Track of the Day: David Keenan reinvents himself once again

Keenan is like a relentless songwriting machine and there is no stopping him, David Keenan continues to release new music like there is no tomorrow and the artist again proves why he is one of the best singer singer songwriters in Ireland  on new single “El Paso”. After releasing his third album ‘CRUDE’ Keenan has Read More

Album of the Month March 2023: Paul McCann ‘Alter Ego’*****

Following 2018’s critically acclaimed debut album ‘Here Comes the Rapture’, Paul McCann is unleashing the follow-up second album titled ‘Alter Ego’. For this album, Paul took a very different approach to both the writing and the recording processes. Lyrically, Paul chronicled his grief, following the sudden death of his father in late 2018. The themes Read More

Track of the Day: Brother and Sister indie folk duo ‘Paper Tides’ release debut single

Indie folk duo Paper Tides made a quick name for themselves with the performance of a Bruce Springsteen cover of “Im on Fire”. PaperTides employ a rich amalgam of reflective lyrics, dynamic harmonies, and earthy melodies. The multi-instrumental siblings honed their craft gigging individually and together around Ireland as well as being invited to Headline Read More

Track of the Day: Dubh Lee reflects on the ebb and flow of virtual connection with new single ‘Low Again’

‘Low Again’ will be available to stream from Friday, 24th February 2023. This mellow indie-folk tune from Dublin based guitarist and singer-songwriter Dubh Lee explores how we seek each other out online for comfort and distraction.  Recorded at Ailfionn Recording Studio, Dublin 3, ‘Low Again’ is the first single from Dubh Lee’s debut EP, Animals Read More

Track of the Day: Derek Ellard & The future business model

The West Coast of Ireland continues to produce some pretty impressive indie music. DEREK ELLARD & THE FUTURE BUSINESS MODEL makes no exception as he continues this trend on new single ‘Three Sheets to the Wind’. Vocally ‘Three Sheets to the wind’ often reflects the sound of Wayne Coyne’s vocals who is known for his Read More

Track of the Day: Galway 5 piece Siúcra impress with debut single ‘Travellin Song’

“Travellin’ Song”, written during a particularly grueling lockdown period, recounts the feeling of ennui as the group in their mid-late twenties experienced a grounding they could never have predicted. Although the song was borne of boredom, of being stuck inside with little to entertain themselves with, an air of hope permeates the sound of the Read More