Scroll down for all the Irish music you need to hear this week.

Of Whatever by We Cut Corners

Their new long-player The Cadences Of Others is a gem - we're absolutely loving Jon Hozier-Byrne's video for this standout track. 

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The Old Churchyard by Pauline Scanlon

Via the essential TradConnect comes this highlight from one of 2016's unsung highlights - Gossamer, the new album (and her first solo effect in a decade) from one of Ireland's most underrated vocalists.  

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Call Me by Imelda May

Produced by the legendary T-Bone Burnett, the Pride of The Liberties has a striking new look and sound to accompany it, eschewing her usual rockabilly racket for a smooth soul sound. We're digging it. 

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Volcano Of The Bleeding Skies by Magic Pockets

Discovery of the week, via the incomparable Nialler 9 - Dubliner Ruadhan O’Meara’s epic love letter to the synth-tastic electro soundtracks of the '70s and '80s. Stranger Things have happened...

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This Town by Niall Horan

Animator Marius Franc interpreted the lyrics to the One Direction star's love letter to his hometown of Mullingar, to the tune of over 1,800 hand-drawn illustrations. Fact: the results are rather lovely.

Rapper's Delight by Sugar Hill Gang

Not strictly an Irish tune, but with the As Seen On The Late Late Show double album raising much-needed funds for St. Vincent De Paul, let's take a moment to enjoy a classic Late Late live moment, courtesy of the New Jersey hip-hop legends. Wait - this one didn't make the cut but Josh Groban did? 

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