The Podcast for this weeks show is available on Soundcloud – just click to listen back


The Spotify playlist can be found here: just click, if you wanna,  and play

This week we went out on a track called TTFN from an act called Robert Swipe.

This track is not on Spotify but is available on an album called Skyhorse and that can be accessed via Bandcamp and the album can be found here:


Martin’s Track of the Week is Mirror in the Bathroom by The Beat, click here to find out why. Ronan’s Track of the Week is Horace Andy’s  Skylarking, click here to find out why…

Our library spotlight this week was on UCC Library’s Ebooks Collection, (off campus UCC staff and students will need to login in via their library account)

Our recommended read of the week is a thought piece by Stephen Armstrong of the Guardian, asking were mixtapes better than modern playlists. You can access that article here


And finally, as we are presenting at #conulac17 about Shush! Sounds from UCC Library  we created a wee teaser video. We recommend you note, in particular, the lofi aesthetic, the naturalistic, almost mumblecore acting style, and the one take warts and all direction…





The podcast for the show is available via Soundcloud. Just click and listen


The Spotify playlist for the show can be found here – again, just click and listen


Our Library Spotlight this week is a special one. We did an interview with Dr. Richard Scriven, Geography Dept, UCC and he told us all about the current exhibition in UCC., an exhibition he curated, an exhibition called Journeys of Belief & Belonging: Modern Irish Pilgrimage The exhibition runs until the end of June. The interview can be listened to here – yet again, click and listen… 


Martin’s track of the week is Pigbag’s Papa’s got a brand new Pigbag. Why? It’s a classic. A track I loved as a child, a track I spent many a night dancing to in the sweaty moshpit, and it’s a track that still makes me want to dance – almost… 


And finally, our recommended read / blog this week is another essential Irish music Blog, and comes courtesy of the Fanning Sessions . Follow ‘him’ on Twitter for updates and a darn good Twitter feed.