Teddy Thompson


'Every one of the 11 tracks here feels impeccably structured, plotted, weighted, watertight. But there is a delight here too, the sheer pleasure of sploshing about in the musical depths, that brings a heart-winning charm to this record.' [BBC, Laura Barton]

Support which came from The Grey Race & Sandrine

Dirty Projectors


» on Conan

Two rough & ready press ads made one morning in 08 for Foggy Notions + Forever Presents +
They ran in Totally Dublin Magazine



BULLSEYE: Dan Deacon on “The Song That Changed My Life”

Baltimore-based musician Dan Deacon talks about why a player piano composition by Conlon Nancarrow changed his life and the way he made music. [A clip from one of my favourite ever editions from my favourite podcasters: for more like this go to MaximumFun +

Dan Deacon +       + O’Death +


Early Foggy Notions posters:

Milosh // Donal Dineen +

Grizzly Bear + 

Dark Room Notes + Dark Room Notes are a three-piece electro/synthpop band based in Dublin, Ireland. Twitter//


Times New Viking // No Age +
Presented by Drowned in Sound


+ The Village Venue // Monthly light box poster 

Cass McCombs + Foggy Notions with Green Synergy +

Crystal Castles +

FRIDGE + on Domino played the Village Venue

Daniel Johnston + // Vicar Street
The legendary Texan songwriter Daniel Johnston was joined by a few of his closest friends— James McNew of Yo La Tengo + Norman Blake of Teenage Fanclub + Jad Fair of Half Japanese +

The Low Lows +
“Gut-wrenchingly raw & poetic in it’s intensity, the Low Lows creep stealthily & astound with the extent to which one album can be so considered and yet sound so un-contrived. Comparisons with Sparklehorse & early Velvet Underground seem a given, and it is the lyricism evident in all three that is the true nexus of TLL’s wares… The lyrics, knifelike in their concentration, would steal all attention if it were not for the expertly restrained instrumentation that surrounds them. Perfect.”