Lucky Kambhoula, of Masi the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland, an independent platform for asylum seekers, and a regular on Broadsheet the Telly, appears among a host of activists and artists in the video for Hozier’s duet with Mavis Staples, which premiered at the Electric Picnic last month.
Ten years singing with the RTE Philharmonic Choir, along with many more years involved in performance and production, led Terry Hackett to start writing his own material.
“Little Darling”, is from his forthcoming album “Kookoo City” and is a duet with his daughter Aedín about the bond between parent and child; part fact, part aspirational and part acknowledgment of not being the perfect parent!
On the third anniversary of Dott members’ Anna and Evan’s Wedding Day, Dott have released a new video for Wedding Song, taken from their new album Heart Swell.
The video, by Madra Dana, is a look back at what weddings looked like before Same Sex Marriage was legal while being juxtaposed with McCarthy’s lyrics which contemplate how the Marriage Referendum has changed love and matrimony for the better in Ireland.
The band are also celebrating the launch of the album with some gigs across Ireland [details at link below]…
The concept for the video is the brainchild of The Riptide Movement’s frontman Malachy Tuohy. Featuring beautifully powerful choreography from London-based Edifice Dance Theatre and dancers Carmine De Amicis and Harriet Waghorn (top), the video is a visually compelling expression of the need for change in the way we produce consume, and dispose of the inexplicable amounts of plastic globally on a daily basis…
Daithi (featuring Paul Noonan and Sinead White) – Take The Wheel
A live video for Galway-based fiddler Daithí’s Take The Wheel, featuring long time collaborator Sinead White and vocals from Bell X1 leader Paul Noonan, which was released as a double A-Side single with In My Darkest Moments, last week.