VARO create melodies using fiddles and unique harmonies

Varo are singers and fiddle players Lucie Azconaga and Consuelo Nerea Breschi. They perform Irish traditional songs and tunes with arrangement influences from the Folk, Baroque and Classical traditions, weaving around the melodies with harmonies, drones and countermelody. Lucie and Consuelo have been involved in various other projects, such as Landless, Lisa O’ Neill’s Band, Read More

Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill release new single and announce collaborative album

Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill have recently announced that their new collaboration album entitled ‘In The Game’ will be released in September. According to Flannery he says the album runs Loosely as a concept, myself and Susan playing troubled people in a relationship. Both are in the entertainment industry and the difference between their respective Read More

ADAM DOLAN releases new song ‘If Only You Knew’

If Only You Knew” is the brand new song from emerging singer songwriter Adam Dolan.  A vibrant, emotive, raunchy pop/rock ballad that has you humming it in your head and singing along to the chorus straight from the moment you hear it, “If Only You Knew” is the first self-penned recording from the multi-talented artist Read More

High energy folk group BOG BODIES are ones to watch

We are really liking this next group called BOG BODIES. Their genre-bending, high-energy folk sound is inspired by Dan’s close study and appreciation of ancient culture, pulling songs from the ether during visits to megalithic tombs and other ancient sites. The forthcoming debut album has been written and arranged by Maher over the last 2 Read More

Donegal’s Tuath critique laissez-faire & surveillance capitalism on new psych & new wave-influenced EP ‘Research and Development’

Tying up and moving on from their writing on lost youth, Donegal psych outfit Tuath – fronted by Robert Mulhern – have turned their focus very much toward the socioeconomic concerns of the day. Channelling cultural theorist Mark Fisher’s theory of ‘the slow cancellation of the future’ that’s been happening since around 1994, the phenomenon Read More