From the new Jape album, 'This Chemical Sea' coming Jan 2015.
Produced by Richard Egan
Recorded by Richard Egan and Glenn Keating
Mixed by David Wrench
Mastered by Matt Colton
Artwork by M&E
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Mayo have illuminated the last decade of football, but they were dumped out of the championship last Saturday night when they lost a classic All-Ireland football qualifier to Kildare in Newbridge.
Oisin McConville is in studio to talk about the structure that Mayo's players need in order to get them over the line, why they might not get that with this manager, and why they're still the GAA story of the decade.
Michael Duignan is with us as well as we look back on the Munster and Leinster finals from yesterday, and the essential differences between hurling in the two provinces.
Plus there's Cork's belief, Boris Becker's diplomatic immunity, and Kildare winning the battle and then winning the war.
I Am The Cosmos remix "I Go" from the 2015 Jape album "This Chemical Sea". Vocals from Girls Names.
Jape headline Vicar Street on December 12th: http://hyperurl.co/5z37zo
I Am The Cosmos: https://soundcloud.com/iamthecosmos
Girls Names: http://www.girlsnamesband.com
This Chemical Sea is out now!
I thought it would be nice to let you hear a track that Conor O Brien and I made together a while ago, with Glenn Keating providing drums and advice afterwards. The original plan was for me and Conor to take a song of each of ours and let the other one embellish it. This was a track I had written a while back on acoustic guitar, one night Conor came to my house, bringing his 808 and we stayed up all night recording, turning it into a different beast. It was a really magical night, constantly working until morning and then we had the basic bones of the track, I kind of let it sit on my hard drive for a good long time but then when these gigs came along Glenn and me took the track into his studio and recorded some extra drums and synths. Then I took it home to Malmo and mixed it myself in my little studio there. I'm classing this as a home mix. I'm not sure if it will end up any place else or even it might get remixed some place else, but either way I hope you enjoy it, and thanks a lot to Conor and Glenn for being such musical inspirations to me. Richie photo by Emelie Lidstrom