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The Scene in Six Sounds: Iceland

Amiina

It’s Wednesday, which means our Ireland-based music guide, James Hendicott is back for another round of The Scene in Six Sounds. Last week he took us of South Korea that went way beyond K-Pop, today he’s out to prove that there’s way more to iceland than icebergs and Bjork…   Read More »

The Scene in Six Sounds: South Korea

WonderGirls

When we asked writer James Hendicott about the strangest music scene he’d ever encountered, his didn’t have to think long: “That would have to be the South Korean pop scene,” he told us. “It’s just dire, most of the songs sound like they’re based on Nintendo game music, and they play them on repeat in the streets for months.” That’s ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: James Hendicott

James Hendicott - not so sensible

It’s time for another round of Meet Museyon. This time we’re starting off with James Hendicott, your guide to Celtic punk in Dublin in Music+Travel Worldwide. James is a freelance music and travel writer based in Galway, Ireland, and he’s written his way around the world — from South Korea to Katmandu — discovering music for publications such as State ... Read More »

A Local’s Guide: Exploring Dublin’s Music Pubs

The Temple Bar, Dublin

By James Hendicott Have you ever drunk, danced and partied all night? What about drinking, dancing and partying all night in the fireside warmth of a tiny pub, arms flailing and head bobbing to a boisterous, twanging banjo and vocal combo, one that’s so much a part of the culture it could almost represent it?   The intimate corners of ... Read More »

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