I Heart the Monster Hero – Toni Bailey.
Andy Walsh writes:
“Shot while playing a set in the concourse of Heuston station [Dublin] as part of the
HWCH in the city for the Forbidden Fruit festival this summer. It was pretty fun to play in the station, suffice to say the reactions captured in the video are real…”
Available to purchase
Fox Jaw – Falling Debris
Topical music for the re-possessed.
Shane Serrano writes:
“A video for Irish band Fox Jaw…It’s a political satire music video… critiquing The Economy, The Church, The Banks…
and even Garth Brooks! It’s been getting retweets from the likes of Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan and even Ash’s Tim Wheeler….”
Fox Jaw (Facebook)
Coade – Understand
Photographer Mick Quinn writes:
“‘Understand’ is a song from a father to his son. The video features real life Irish fathers and sons…”
Mick Quin Photography
Steven Sharpe – Uganda
Striking Galway singer songwriter stars in a just released, fiendishly-timelapsed, three minute gender-teasing makeover video by Marta Barcikowska.
Stephen’s make-up by Jade Walsh and Emma Doherty.
Steven Sharpe (Facebook)
Gangs – Daisy.
Gangs are a guitar rich Dublin band comprising Jordan Curtis, Dan Smith, James Connolly, and Jonny Halpin.
This is the opening track from their Back To School EP (Produced by Brian Foley of The Blades) available to purchase
Video (with a TWIST at the end) by
If you enjoy getting woken up by three gentlemen with a message about the crapness of mainstream media, a thumping melody and a pleasing multi-layered new wave jerky guitar sound.
And who but the most prudish, ‘prog’-loving insomniac does not, in fairness?
Dirty Words – Wake Up!
‘Words-er Colin Hassard writes:
“This is a song we wrote commenting on media news reporting – particularly in reference to the Gaza crisis, spin-doctoring and the grand idea of where we are going as a society…”
Dirty Words (Facebook)
Colin Hassard on Broadsheet
Should you enjoy ‘Many Rivers To Cross’-style gospel infused with gorgeous guitar licks.
Cormac Breslin – Please Forgive My Heart.
A Bobby Womack
classic filmed by Stephen Mogerley late LAST night in a room not unlike Karl’s den the Broadsheet office (minus couch, musical equipment and soft lighting).
Thanks Graeme Kelly
Decent Irish Rap meets very acceptable French Reggae.
Dublin’s Tazer T.N.K (top) and France’s Lion Size (above) – Dangerous
Shot, edited and directed by Jonathan Lambert. Track & Video Produced by Alan Newman. Mixed & masted by Collie Collins
Filmed on location in
Cult Called Man – The Walkyr.
David Duffy writes:
“Released in all good digital stores tomorrow (August 15…”
Cult Called Man
it’s lengthy, trippy and premiered on Vice’s electronic music channel
Thump last night.
Clu – “Mirrors”
“Inspired by 1980’s science fiction films, contemporary dance and 8 bit computer soundtracks a la Donkey Kong…”
The new single off Clu’s Debut EP ‘Gems’ out on August 26. Pre-order
Written and directed by Kevin A Freeney. Music composed, recorded and produced by Sean Cooley. Starring Aaron Heffernan and Janna Kemperman.