Track Of The Day: Irish three piece indie act ‘Spearside’ release new single

Spearside are quickly carving out a space for themselves in the colourful world of guitar pop, among the guitar driven underground scene in Ireland which includes kindred spirits Cardinals, Search Results, Stupid Son, Unstuck and Beauty Pageant. Since their live debut in October 2022, “Passion Merchant” has been central to SPEARSIDE’S live set, easily recognisable to anyone who Read More

Artist Of The Day: ‘Diggin The IdleFlower’ the brand new release from Irish artist Colm Gavin

Irish singer-songwriter Colm Gavin’s brand-new sophomore album, ‘Diggin the Idleflower,’ captures the artistic musings of a man at the pinnacle of his career. This very elegant composition combines elements of Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, and Randy Newman, among other widely different inspirations. Songs like ‘Katie Macaroni’ and ‘It’s starting to feel like love’ have powerful Read More

Track Of The Day: SWELTR Unveil Fifth Single “About’Chu”

In this new track, SWELTR  stick to the same gut-wrenching, chest-thumping energy. “About’Chu” takes a somewhat tonal shift, offering softer guitar and drums at times, only to get heavy again. It’s a deliberate exploration of emotional contrasts that we can’t wait for you to experience. Wrapped in intricate lyricism, the song’s melody unfolds with captivating Read More

Track Of The Day: Bury Me With My Money continue to evolve on new single ‘Guiding Star’

Emerging from the west of Ireland, alt-synth-rock outfit Bury Me With My Money (BMWMM) carve a unique niche within dense synth sounds, dancey beats, vocal experimentation, and unusual song structures. With the subtle, but steadfast support of Umbrella Records, BMWMM has modestly etched their place in the realm of unusual and catchy alt-rock bands. Since Read More

Track Of The Day: Aoife O’Donovan Shares New Single “Daughters”

Deemed “a vocalist of unerring instinct” by the New York Times, GRAMMY Award-winning artist Aoife O’Donovan operates in a thrilling musical world beyond genre. As with the entire collection, “Daughters” is a meditation on the eternal quest for women’s rights and equality. O’Donovan infuses the experiences of the Suffragettes, who fought for the passage of Read More