The event was held on September 4 at The Brewery, Clerkenwell, and was presented by BBC Radio 1’s MistaJam and TV personality Sharon Carpenter. Independent Video of the Year - in association with Vevo was won by Novo Amor - Birthplace (AllPoints) /..
The ceremony, hosted by BBC Radio 1’s Mistajam and HQ Trivia’s Sharon Carpenter, saw the UK’s independent music scene coming together to celebrate some of the strongest acts of the year. Here’s the list of winners in full – including huge wins for Idles and..
“I just wanted to put the audience the room,” says director Murray Cummings, who had unprecedented access to his cousin as he made his biggest album yet.
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"We are big admirers of Dublin-based singer-songwriter Ailbhe Reddy here at RotD, having previously featured her gorgeous singles Distrust and Fingertips, Shame is her latest single and, like the aforementioned songs, totally floored us on the ve..
Once you get past the pure majesty of the clip for 'Birthplace' by Novo Amor, you will find a deeper connection to our planet. This single comes ahead of the UK-based artist’s album of the same name; the record draws upon his origins in a litera..
In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to ‘Shame’ by Ailbhe Reddy.
From the outset, ‘Shame’ is a far different affair from Ailbhe Reddy&rsquo..
Irish Indie-Folk musician Ailbhe Reddy is back with stunning new single ‘Shame’.
After releasing ‘Nothing to Doubt’ earlier this year, Ailbhe has gone from strength to strength with a number of festival performances, including Forbidden Fruit wher..
Ailbhe Reddy has been having a phenomenal year. The Dublin-based indie folkster has been moving from strength to strength, beginning with the release of the melodramatic pop ballad 'Nothing To Doubt', one of our favourite Irish releases of the year. Following on from that, Reddy annou..
Making a name for herself as she blurs stories of modern-day Irish women with the age-old magic of folk, Ailbhe Reddy's brand of spellbinding songwriting continues to dazzle and delight in the wake of two successful EPs.