HOTPRESS: Revelino (47/100 Greatest Irish Albums)

UNCATEGORIZE - 11 NOV 04 BY: HOTPRESS Emerging almost from nowhere— no disrespect intended to their previous incarnation, The Coletranes— Revelino gave, on their 1994 debut, a masterclass in assimilating influences and stamping your personality on them. It may have been the much-missed cultural glue of Dineen-period No Disco that made ‘Happiness Is Mine’ a hit [...]


Culture - 20 Mar 01 By: Helena Mulkerns There was a significant Irish presence at the recent Intel festival in New York an event which was broadcast worldwide via the Internet. Report: helena mulkerns. THE FINAL frontier, it s been called, that great madhouse of attempted world domination, environmental destruction and end-of-the-world excess. I refer, of [...]

ARCHIVE: Hotpress review “Revelino” LP

WITH IT’S icy-blue, minimalist sleeve-artwork surrounding thirteen mainly sub three-minute ditties, Revelino have produced an album of tuneful, guitar-driven pop with enough hooks, licks and grooves to mark them out as instant contenders. A new Dublin combo, risen from the ashes of The Coletranes, Revelino will simultaneously make their live debut with the release of [...]