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Listen To MMOTHS Final Song, ‘0034’

Irish electronic musician Jack Colleran, better known as MMOTHS, releases his final song under the nom de plume on Friday. “0034 will be the final MMOTHS track. Now just feels like the right time, more so than ever. Moving forward I'll be releasing music under my own name J Colleran… See you in 2017”.

Colleran released his debut album Luneworks last March via Because Music/OYAE. The self-produced record was the follow-up to 2012’s MMOTHS EP and 2013’s Diaries EP.

Having released a number of tracks on SoundCloud, MMOTHS was approached by and then signed to Los Angeles music label SQE Music. Since then, the Newbridge native has opened for Aphex Twin and At the Drive-In.

Colleran recently composed the soundtrack to Simone Rocha’s show at London Fashion Week and performed in front of an enraptured audience at the acclaimed designer’s show at Southwark Cathedral in October. Simone Rocha won Womenswear Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Council Awards for her collection which was soundtracked by Colleran.

Listen to ‘0034’ here.

Whelan's Ones To Watch 2017 Opens Submissions

Calling all bands! Whelan’s are now taking submissions for Whelan's Ones to Watch 2017, the annual showcase featuring over 60 of the best and brightest new acts in Ireland.

Ones to Watch festival is now seven years old. For the second time, they will be inviting new bands to submit their music, free of charge, for a chance to play on one of the four stages over the four days Whelan’s Main Venue, Upstairs, Bar and Opium Rooms. The festival covers a wide range of music, from folk, indie, hiphop, electronic, experimental, rock and more in between, so spread the word and get your submissions in.

Last year’s event featured Naoise Roo, Travis Oaks, The Shaker Hymn, Bitch Falcon, Rosa Nutty, The Mariannes, and I Am Niamh.

If you’d like to be considered for a slot apply here

Whelan's Ones to Watch 2017 takes place from Thursday January 12 - Sunday January 15. Doors open at 1945

Tickets €5 per day or €10 for all 4 days.



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