2014

My Darling Clementine

Both Michael Weston King and Lou Dalgleish are no strangers to successful, independent music careers but after 10 years of marriage, the two turned their attention towards a joint project. The result was  How Do You Plead?, an album that took the Country / Americana world by storm . “This is a great album. A

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John Doe

‘Keeper’ is the new record from acclaimed musician and songwriter John Doe. Even though his days as a punk pioneer are decades past, Doe will forever be remembered as punk rock’s golden throat… “The tightest, finest and most morally acute music of the last 20 years.” Q Magazine

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Barry Mccormack

Barry’s former band, Jubilee Allstars, were once aptly described as equal parts Velvet Underground, Leonard Cohen and Brendan Behan. His fifth album, Cut Throat Lane, is a love song to his hometown, and the record sees him make a major leap forward in his songwriting. “A rolling/rocking indie folk stew, Dylanesque with a hard Dublin

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Jimmy MacCarthy

Jimmy MacCarthy returns to performing with his ‘Prophecy / Conspiracy ?’ tour. The tour will pay homage to old favourites such as ’Neidin’, while introducing more recent work such as ’Andalucian Gray’ and ‘Children of Mile’.

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Hidden Highways

Hidden Highways is a collaboration project featuring two of the country’s most talented songwriters, Carol Anne Mc Gowan and Tim V. Smyth . Mining a rich vein of stripped down folk, raw boned country the two started working together in late 2010 and have been crafting wonderful folk-tinged numbers ever since “For those who appreciate

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Hamell On Trial

His 10th album, The Happiest Man In The World, has just been release on New West Records and sees Hamell still as uncompromising, fearless, insightful, absurd, hysterical and as poignant as he was when he descended upon the music world with his debut 25 years ago. “Bill Hicks, Hunter S. Thompson and Joe Strummer all

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Mark Mulcahy

Mark is the former singer of Miracle Legion. “Dear Mark J Mulcahy I Love You” is the newest record. Now signed to Fire Records, Mark is back to making music and playing live. “Mulcahy’s been busy reinventing himself as a Lou Reedesque street poet. It’s gritty urban dramas never became too heavy-hearted, the breezy tunes

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The Webb Sisters

In 2008 The Webb Sisters were chosen to join Leonard Cohen’s live band on his first tour in fifteen years.The record-breaking tour has played over 300 concerts to date. Two DVD and audio albums have been released documenting the musical performances of the tour, ‘Live in London’ and ‘Songs from the Road’. “The ‘sublime’ Webb

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Barrence Whitfield & The Savages

Barrence Whitfield has been described as the owner of one incredible pair of lungs, with limitless energy and unmatched enthusiasm for his music and his audience. “Whitfield and the Savages never let up, pummeling your heart and your eardrums with some of the rawest soul to come along since Pickett and Redding.” No Depression

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Sturgill Simpson

Sturgill Simpson’s authenticity stands out like an island of hope in a sea of tacky. Bonafide mountain hillbilly soul, as pure as you are going to find anywhere. “If there was a representative of Honky Tonk Heaven right here on earth, he’d sound a lot like Sturgill Simpson, and the record would sound a lot

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Lyla Foy

Sturgill Simpson’s authenticity stands out like an island of hope in a sea of tacky. Bonafide mountain hillbilly soul, as pure as you are going to find anywhere. “If there was a representative of Honky Tonk Heaven right here on earth, he’d sound a lot like Sturgill Simpson, and the record would sound a lot

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Morgan O Kane

Brooklyn based O’Kane’s music comes from the mountains. A mix of Appalachian Folk, Bluegrass and Zydeco all played with an intensity and passion that is hard to resist. “West Virginia mountain man sings loud and raw and plays banjo fast and beautiful.” – Mojo

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