Columbia Mills – This City Doesn’t Feel Like Home To Me

The Columbia Mills were a building in Dublin that became a ‘holy’ place for the illegal rave scene in the early 90’s, bringing people together from all walks of life and all musical tastes. Nowadays, the liberal ethos of that era – both musically and socially – and the name of that legendary building have been embraced by a young Irish band.

Columbia Mills fuse guitar driven sounds with electronic foundations to massive effect. After their EP’s Factory Settings and The Perfect Day in 2015, they released three singles this year. This City Doesn’t Feel Like Home To Me is the latest one.

All of this is a great introduction to their upcoming debut album A Safe Distance To Watch, which they just finished recording. It was produced by Rob Kirwan (U2, Depeche Mode, Hozier).

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Music industry watcher and journalist. Worked at a cd club, a record store chain and was editor in chief of an entertainment trade magazine. Has been in the radio business since 1987, producing and presenting shows. Was music director of several stations. Also, he developed the European Border Breakers Charts.

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