Friday October 23, 2020

Sounds of the summer

The Sunday Business Post's music reviewers select their top songs and albums for those rare moments when the most elusive celebrity of all - the sun - makes an appearance.

15th June, 2013
Daft Punk: Random Access Memories is one of the albums of the summer.

Andrew Lynch

What is a summer pop album? Presumably, one that sounds best when played outside on a hot day. Irish artists tend not to know much about this phenomenon, but every now and then a ray of musical sunshine emerges to break the prevailing gloom.

Our brightest prospect this summer is Sticky Wickets, the second album from **The Duckworth Lewis Method** made up of pop classicists Neil Hannon of the Divine Comedy and Thomas...

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