As a taster of what to expect on Ronan Conroy’s forthcoming album The Slow Death of the LoveMyth, his latest single, “Double Helix,” is an intriguing prospect. As a suggestion of where his influences and musical reference points lie, it is an exquisite sonic tapestry to explore.

Not that I ever want to tie any artist too firmly to the past. I much prefer…

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