Tuesday December 1, 2020

Album reviews

14th October, 2018

We Cut Corners

Imposters (Delphi)

After three albums (2011’s debut Today I Realised I Could Go Home Backwards, 2014’s Think Nothing, and 2016’s The Cadence Of Others - each of which landed a Choice Music Prize nomination), you might have wondered could We Cut Corners continue to evolve, surprise and deliver. John Duignan and Conall Ó Breacháin belong to the increasingly prevalent bunch of musicians who have day jobs, so (presumably) they don’t necessarily need...

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