• Mmoths mix for Annie Mac

    After being featured on the ‘Annie Mac Presents’ compilation last year, Mmoths has been drafted in by the Radio One stalwart to provide a mix of bedtime sounds, including a new track from Mmoths himself. Have a listen by clicking above and listen to select tracks from his latest EP on SQE music HERE.

  • Mmoths UK Tour in March

    Following a support slot for The XX on their ‘Co-exist’ UK tour, Mmoths returns with a series of headline dates in support of his latest EP, ‘Diaries’, forthcoming on SQE.

    Tickets are available now, check out the dates on the poster below before the EP lands this March.

  • Mmoths support The XX on the ‘Coexist’ Tour

    Jack Colleran (AKA Mmoths) has had a busy year: after catching the attention of music blogs across the globe, he released his first EP via Los Angeles based SQE music in 2012. Since then, he’s been interviewed by Red Bull and MTV, filled the guest mix for Fader Magazine, been named as a spokesman for new Irish Electronica in The Sunday Times, and most recently, was called in to support The XX on the UK tour for their #1 album ‘Coexist’. Check out a promotional video of the 3 piece live band below.

    The Mmoths live band is taking bookings in support of his second EP this Spring, contact Marcus for available dates.

  • Mmoths shares new track from forthcoming EP ‘Diaries’

    Following his mix for ‘Fader’ Magazine Mmoths provides the publication with a track from his forthcoming EP ‘Diaries’, to be released on SQE on March 5th, 2013. The track, also featuring ‘Young & Sick’ racked up over 25,000 plays in the first few days of being hosted, have a listen below.

  • Mmoths – Over You

    Mmoths returns with a new video produced by ‘Feel Good Lost’. A richly uplifting expedition through the minds eye, soon to be released as part of Annie Mac’s forthcoming compilation along with the likes of Major Lazer, Julio Bashmore, Frank Ocean and Azealia Banks. Check it out below.

  • Solar Bears & Mmoths in the Sunday Times

    Proving to be an upcoming staple of Irish electronica, Mmoths has received praise from The Sunday Times as part of their ‘Best of Irish Dance Music’ feature. Get a scope of the scene by reading the article below: