The Remedy Club – Come on.
A slice of Ireland-made Americana.
The Remedy Club [Aileen Mythen & Kieran McEvoy] writes
We are very excited to finally share our brand new single COME ON from our upcoming album – Lovers, Legends and Lost Causes. The single will be available to download this Friday and also features Eleanor McEvoy on strings, Simon Farrell (The Pavement Kings/Paolo Nutini) on bass, David Murphy (John Blek & The Rats) on pedal steel & Lorcan Byrne (Basciville) on drums.
It was recorded in Astakalapa studios, Gorey [County Wexford] and mixed and mastered by award winning producer/engineer, Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams and Willie Nelson)
The Remedy Club
Pic by Dara Munnis
John Tobin –
Piano Man Tom writes:
“Hometown was produced over a 5 month period with some of the top musicians in the Irish music industry (Van Morrison’s guitarist and Chris Rea’s bass guitarist helped out).
John Tobin, the 20 year old singer on the track, was a contestant on UK X Factor in 2016 and is a very promising new Irish talent….
Name the town on the cover,
Leda For King –
A sumptuous video by November Seven Films for music writtten and arranged and vocalised by Alison Byrne.
Leda King (Facebook)
The Limerick blues and folk-tinged hip-hop group, Hip-Neck Blues Collective writes:
One year after our final performance we are delighted to share this video with you. We decided to record three new tracks and our last gig which took place in
Thanks Shane Tighe
Pale Rivers – Heart Throb
A lyric video and new song from Cork-based five piece about ‘self doubt and uncertainty with where you’re going’.
Very fast by the sounds of it.
Thanks Pete Murphy
Edel Meade – Sideways
Sideways is an original composition by Edel Meade, a Tipperary-born singer, composer and lyricist now based in Dublin, featuring woozy late night jazz and neo-soul grooves.
Grammy Award-winning audio engineer
Bob Katz, who mastered Sideways, describes Edel’s music as “sophisticated, romantic and beautifully unpredictable.”
Video produced and directed by Devi Anna at D
ualitymotion, featuring actor Shane Robinson and filmed at 12 Henrietta Street, Dublin.
Edel Meade (Facebook)
Brave Giant – The Time I Met The Devil
With a video directed by award-winning filmmaker Fergus Costello.
Something you may be interested in, the video for Brave Giant’s new single “The Time I Met The Devil” which debuted on The Late Late Show last Friday.
From Drumlish Co. Longford, Brave Giant have already begun making waves around Ireland with a headline gig in Whelan’s sold out on the 22nd April with a new date announced for Friday the 21st April.
The video catches up with
Father Damo Lennon, once again played by Joe Rooney, 20 years later, to see how he deals with the aftermath of an enormous party, hope you like!
Floor Staff – Saviour
Floor Staff aka Dubliner Anthony Donnelly writes:
This video was shot entirely on expired Fuji film rolls, about
1700 stills in total. Shot and directed by Colum O’Dwyer, info on the shooting process here: The track was taken from new EP ‘Convictions’ due for release in mid April.
Mongoose is “a musical melty-pot, comprising the combined vocal chords, instrument-playing and song-crafting abilities of four irish women”.
Above is their fine
Bulletproof/ Survivor cover mash-up.
Mongoose are playing the Workman’s, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 TONIGHT Tuesday, for the
Mine Anthology Repeal the Eighth event.