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TRAD RISING - IRISH TIMES

Review of Musictown's Trad Rising show in Button Factory, April 2016. Performing with Lynched, Ye Vagabonds, Skippers Alley and more.

 

"Twin Headed Wolf’s glorious, gobsmacking, gorgeous version of the traditional “I Lie Stretched On Your Grave” (“Táim sínte ar do thuama”)"

YOU MAY LIKE THIS - BROADSHEET

A feature on Twin Headed Wolf in popular online newspaper Broadsheet. March 2016.

 

"Gleeful, joyfully demented folk antics with a bold experimental streak. Their impending debut LP of originals ought to be a treat."

BODY AND SOUL REVIEW - DUBLIN CONCERTS

Review of Twin Headed Wolf's Headline set  on the Wonderlust Stage at Body and Soul 2015.

"showcasing an unconventional use of teapots and hand saws."

 "The audience were endeared to the whole show."

GOLDEN PLEC - PLEC PICS 2015

Twin Headed Wolf interview with Golden Plec. They are featured as one of the best Irish artists of 2015.

"It is in the live setting where Twin Headed Wolf most successfully translate their music, their shows a mix of imagined realities, delicate melodic phrases, and weird and wonderful anthropomorphic elements. "

IRISH TIMES NEWSPAPER

 

Mention in Jim Carroll's 'On The Record'

 

 

 

 

Interview and Photography project concerning up and coming Irish Bands. 

 

By Gregory Nolan and Katie Dwyer

THE SPECTATOR

 

Review of  Twin Headed Wolf at Glastonbury Festival 2014

"Finally, our most special of festival finds: Twin Headed Wolf — an away-with-the-fairies, twin-sister folk duo from Ireland." .... "They’re a bit like David Cameron’s favourite Scandi-folkies First Aid Kit, only kookier (think Luna Lovegood fromHarry Potter), more intense and with even more ethereally lovely harmonies."

 

Review of Shrines and Ceremonies Single Launch, May 2014.

"It is impressive to see a group on their first release have such a cohesive aesthetic, creating its own mythology and dealing with the intertextuality of their own work."

GOLDEN PLEC

 

Review of Twin Headed Wolf performing at Knockanstockan 2014

THUMPED

 

Review of Twin Headed Wolf gig in Whelans playing with This is the Kit and Mossy Nolan. May 2013.

Twin-Headed Wolf are charming and goofy inbetween songs, then slightly unnerving, like the tricycle dream sequence in The Shining, during them. They are also very impressive. Their voices ululate in harmony like the De Zurik Sisters, the 1940s feel exacerbated by the use of sawn-off metal horns as a makeshift vocal effect. Various saws, pots, and jugs are employed during several murder ballads. These could also be handy for probable tea: dandelion and arsenic.

HOTPRESS

 

 

Celina Murphy's the C-Word article about Twin Headed Wolf in New Irish Sounds.

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