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Nialler9 talks new music, new albums with interviews and chat.
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In lieu of our regular programming, we decided to focus on the things that are making us feel a little better in these uncertain times.
COVID-19 cancels all gigs in Ireland, Andrea discusses being a Choice Prize judge, the Electric Picnic lineup is stale and male, Lethal Dialect's LD50 III in review and Mount Alaska pick their top 5 composer songs.
Album of the week from Soccer Mommy, The Icelandic Eurovision Entry, David Byrne, Lady Gaga and more
Episode 80 of the Nialler9 Podcast and Andrea and Niall are wondering where our Jai Paul vinyl is and why Kelis is literally bringing her milkshakes to the yard. We discuss All Together Now lineup, Electric Picnic rumours, Reasons To Be Cheerful and songs and albums for review. Support us on Patreon! Songs of the week:The Avalanches - We Will Always Love You feat. Blood OrangeThrowing Muses - Dark BlueApril - The Impossible Task of feeling CompleteYves Tumor - Gospel For A New Century Album reviewCaribou - Suddenly Dan Snaith returns to followup 2014's seminal Our Love album with a softer hip-hop-inspired record. We ask What's Consuming You? as we share our TV, movies, music, books and podcast recommendations. This week: Parasite, Love Is Blind, Curb Your Enthusiasm Closing track: Yenkee - Lucy Subscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon. Previous podcasts in this series are listed here. Subscribe in iTunes | Android | ACAST | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS Feed
Dan Deacon, Superbowl half-time, Taylor Swift documentary, Original Rudeboys and more.
Dan Deacon, Superbowl half-time, Taylor Swift documentary, Original Rudeboys and more.
Andrea and Niall are joined by recent Choice Music Prize nominee Sorcha Richardson for the 77th episode of the Nialler9 podcast. Sorcha talks about where she was at in New York when she first submitted music to Nialler9 eight years ago. Ahead of her involvement in Imagining Ireland next week at the National Concert Hall in Dublin on Sunday and Galway on Monday, alongside SOAK, Lisa O’Neill, Radie Peat, Sinéad Gleeson, Denise Chaila, Wendy Erskine and more, Sorcha joins us for the whole episode. Up for discussion: The Grammys? Why, how, highlights, lowlights. Songs of the week:Caribou - Never Come BackChromatics - ToyHappyness - VegetableFour Tet - Baby Album of the week: Andy Shauf's The Neon SkylineThe Toronto artist's third album is chiefly concerned with a small story set in a bar involving friends, ex-lovers and daydreams.  It also sounds like Paul Simon. We ask What's Consuming You? as we share our TV, movies, music, books and podcast recommendations including the inevitable enthusiasm about Cheer on Netflix and Andrea shares not one but two surprising first watch films. Closing track: Sorcha Richardson - False Alarm. Sorcha is on tour in Ireland & the UK in April too. Subscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon. Previous podcasts in this series are listed here. Subscribe in iTunes | Android | ACAST | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS Feed
The OG team of Andrea and Niall are back in the hot seats for Niall's first podcast of 2020. First, Niall reports back from Eurosonic in Groningen. We share our reasons to be cheerful and review tracks from Thundercat, Orla Gartland and two from The Turning soundtrack. Our album of the week is the sixth and final album from Mac Miller. Miller died from an accidental drug overdose due at the age of 26 in 2018. Circles was finished at the request of Mac's family by producer Jon Brion and feels about as complete as a posthumous album release could be. It's also companion project to his August 2018 record, Swimming. There are moments of self-reflection, self-care as Mac was learning to cope with his mental health and to strive forward, was learning how to look after himself which sadly contextualises and deepens his loss. Finally, we ask what's consuming you? as we share our TV, movies, music, books and podcast recommendations from the Christmas period. Tracks of the week Empress Of - Call MeMitski - Cop CarOrla Gartland - HeavyThundercat, Steve Lacy, Steve Arrington - Black Qualls Album of the week: Mac Miller - CirclesGood NewsCircles Closing track: Cynema - Radio Love Subscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon. Previous podcasts in this series are listed here. Subscribe in iTunes | Android | ACAST | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS Feed
The very first Nialler9 Podcast of the year and decade hosted by Andrea Cleary and Luke Sharkey.
The Nialler9 Podcast Awards

The Nialler9 Podcast Awards

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What was the best sax solo of the year? Best rap beat? Worst song of the year? Best Live TV performance? Find out.
Andrea and Niall dive into their top 10 albums.
Andrea and Niall are joined by Kelly, Luke and Mike for a dive into songs of the year.
Andrea and Niall talk Majia Sofia's album Bath Time, Feeemales, Amanda Palmer vs The Guardian, Naoise Roo, Confidence Man and Stormzy.
A review of Jape's Sentinel, a chat with Dublin buzzers Mango x Mathman, Grammys talk.
We review Mango x Mathman's Casual Work and Lizzo played Dublin and we were there!
Andrea and Niall are in a new recording space and Prosecco may have been imbibed.
Andrea and Niall are in a new recording space and Prosecco may have been imbibed.
Featuring Hope Alo (booker with Dali Cork), Jamie Behan ( Techno DJ, Producer & Resident DJ at Bastardo Electrico & Dali) and Senita Appiakorang (Shookrah, Points Of Intersection).
Live in Kino at the Cork Podcast Festival. Big Thief's second album of the year, Kneecap's song memeification of Brits Out & diving into Pitchfork's album of the decade list.
Plus songs of the week from Chromatics, Cat Le Bon and Just Mustard.
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