Rhythm Nation: Steve Ryan of Windings picks the tracks

Steve Ryan of the Limerick indie quintet lists the tunes that mean the most to him

21st November, 2021
Rhythm Nation: Steve Ryan of Windings picks the tracks
Windings (Steve Ryan second left): in thrall to PJ Harvey, Leonard Cohen and Floating Points

Windings’ name has never seemed more appropriate. The Choice Music Prize-nominated Limerick indie-rock five-piece were scheduled to record a new album in March 2020, but then a certain public health event forced a rethink – and also a rewrite.

“The songs sat and matured like stinky cheese for all of that year, briefly getting an airing for one or two live streamed shows we were able to do over lockdown,” the band say, as Focus...

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