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Rhythm Nation: FiCat picks her top tunes

The Dublin electronica artist shares

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
26th July, 2020
FiCat: ‘We have so much talent on this little island’

Dublin artist FiCat might be a relatively new name in music, but she has previous form in the Irish electronica scene, having fronted 2010s Dublin band Toy Soldier and spent time in Berlin’s electronica scene as frontwoman and co-writer with Coma 54. Her first single as FiCat, the uptempo sugar rush of All My Life, has just been released, featuring production from electronica-led artist-producer Diffly.

“We both share a love for 1990s dance music,...

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