Craig out, Daithí in, and a terrific guest interview to boot - it's NO ENCORE #191~! Mango X MathMan talk their new album which is out RIGHT NOW, Dave indulges himself with a post Danny-From-The-Script breakdown, Daithí recalls his recent gig run, and the
It's astounding... that David Higgins has never before seen The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Alongside Dave Hanratty and returning guest Norma Howard, he looks to make sense of the bonkers cult musical classic.
Yep, we just can't wait any longer. It's time to review the latest Kanye West missive - Jesus Is King. ACT ONE: Dave did the impossible - he dragged Craig to the cinema. ACT TWO: Kanye West. Jesus Is King. A review longer than the album itself. ACT THRE
The truth is we don't know, folks. Certainly not at time of writing, anyway. But let's forget all that for now and welcome back Sarah Corcoran of Pillow Queens fame, now officially a WOMAN OF THE YEAR. A deserved honour. She joins two of the usual crew as
At long last, NO ENCORE's 'music and movies' sidebar returns. Apologies for delay, life is very busy. Anyways, it's time for Dave Hanratty and David Higgins to delve into the bizarre Fred Durst-helmed, John Travolta-fronted, problematic nightmare that is.
Congratulations to our resident Captain Fiddle on the release of his superb new album, which is out now so go and listen to it! As such, he's not here this week. Filling in is the wonderful Brendan Canty, a man who knows a thing or two about music videos
Salutations. Craig and Dave draft singer-songwriter man Carlo Magliocco in to assist in reviewing the new, typically ambitious and otherworldly Nick Cave record. Before all that, there's a sit-down with Tandem Felix hero David A. Tapley as debut album Rom
NO ENCORE returns with special guest Philly Taggart of BBC Radio 1 and writing a great book - Phil Taggart's Slacker Guide to the Music Industry - as the boys put the music world to rights once more. Dermot Kennedy's debut album. Kanye West's no-show. Rob
NO ENCORE returns, as does Irish Times crime man Dean Ruxton, in order to run the rule over one of the year's most anticipated records; Girl Band's The Talkies. Elsewhere, it's your usual hot take music shop. Lengthier show notes unavailable due to Dave
The boys Tebi Rex take over the studio in celebratory fashion as Dave and Craig do their best to maintain decorum. Do check out their debut album (Tebi Rex, not Dave and Craig) The Young Will Eat The Old when you can. But first, the podcast... ACT ONE: W