Track of the Day: Emerging Indie Rockers Kill ‘Em Charlie set to unleash first single off highly anticipated upcoming EP

The track takes cues from early Kings Of Leon and Arctic Monkeys. Lyrically the song revolves around its titular character – mainstay of any small town in Ireland and elsewhere, the character who thinks he runs things while being beloved widely when he’s anything but. The inspiration for the song reflects the band’s own origins where they were Read More

Track of the Day: Paul McCann delivers clever new folk track

Love is all that Matters is the latest single from Irish songwriter and musician Paul McCann and the third single to be released from his forthcoming album, titled ‘Alter Ego’ (coming 17th February 2023). The idea for ‘Love is all that Matters’ came from a note his young daughter gave to him which included a drawing of the two of Read More

Album of the Month: Minor Sigh takes us on a trip

Rising from the ashes of STORY OF HAIR and MIA SPARROW Castlebar artist Paul Brett AKA MINOR SIGH  is no stranger to the Irish music scene,  not just in Castlebar but across Ireland has just released his debut solo album ‘In Memorium’. The nine track album at times feels and seems like a fitting tribute Read More

Track of the Day: Christian Wethered Releases Video for ‘Wait’

Dublin based Spoken-Word poet and singer-songwrite Christian Wethered has just released a full-length video for his song ‘Wait’. This follows recent performances at Beyond the Pale Festival, Arthur’s  and Hot Spot. He has also announced a double-headliner gig in Upstairs Whelan’s with singer-songwriter Leila Jane Christian says, I wanted the video to capture the emptiness of Read More

Artist of the Day: Irish artist Conchur White is one to watch

There’s a dream like surrealism in White’s musical storytelling which he delivers with an understated theatrical manner  with lyrical influences including the likes of Father John Misty, Lana Del Rey, Alex Turner, and Charles Bukowski. Hailing from County Armagh in Northern Ireland, Conchúr White achieved notable success in Ireland with his previous band Silences, who Read More

Track of the Day: Martin Leahy speaks out against the Irish housing crisis on ‘Everyone Should Have a Home’

‘Everyone Should Have A Home’ is the latest release from Cork singer songwriter Martin Leahy. The song is a visceral and fiery reaction to the current housing crisis. The track draws on a diverse mix of genres heavily associated with the protest tradition such as punk, hip-hop, folk and rock. All the instruments, production and Read More