Born In The Echoes – The Chemical Brothers

If you are here expecting a review of The Chemical Brothers new album then let me be the first (and subsequently the only person) to let you down gently. Regular readers (does such a person/group exist) will be aware that music by the likes of The Chemical Brothers would be somewhat out-of-place on this blog. … Continue reading Born In The Echoes – The Chemical Brothers

Introducing: Noel O’ Brien

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The one thing certainly not lacking from the current music scene is solo male vocalists. And whilst Noel O'Brien, the 21-year-old singer/songwriter from Tipperary, may be just that, he does little to blend into the crowd. Having just released a self-titled EP (his debut offering) O'Brien seems to be set on proving that deep (somewhat … Continue reading Introducing: Noel O’ Brien

Introducing: Asgeir

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Let me introduce you to my latest obsession. Asgeir, or Ásgeir Trausti Einarsson, is an Icelandic singer songwriter who has been on a sort of meteoric rise (never really knew what that last expression means) since his emergence back in 2012. Having been forged in the land of Ice and Fire, Asgeir has had somewhat of … Continue reading Introducing: Asgeir

Analogue Wave: N.L.G. W.V. Album Review

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Shorter days, lower temperatures and the emergence of the all-dreaded christmas music can only mean one thing. No not santa! There's still 29 days till the jolly red giant comes calling (not that I'm counting or anything) But no, the end of the year for music bloggers and journalists alike only means one thing and … Continue reading Analogue Wave: N.L.G. W.V. Album Review

A Song For The Weekend: Devils

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Remember Analogue Wave, the Dublin based electro duo I wrote about a couple of months ago? (https://keelanfoley.wordpress.com/2013/07/06/introducing-analogue-wave/) Well they've only gone and released an album, a debut album to be exact. And it's a cracker. But don't worry, you won't have to rely on my solitary opinion for long. I'm working on an exclusive album … Continue reading A Song For The Weekend: Devils

New Music: Keith Moss & The Tightrope Walkers

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Keith Moss & The Tightrope Walkers - Fat Men Have To Eat Are you fed up with the economic downturn? Well so are Keith Moss & The Tightrope Walkers, even though technically Ireland emerged from recession earlier today (according to the latest CSO reports anyway). Their new single, entitled 'Fat Men Have To Eat'.  is a … Continue reading New Music: Keith Moss & The Tightrope Walkers

A Song For The Weekend: There Goes Our Love Again

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I know the weekend is technically over but it's still Sunday night, making it the weekend. And so bearing this point in mind, here is this weekends offering. Taken from White Lies new album, Big TV, here is the KFMB's (Keelan Foley Music Blog's) SFTW (Song For The Weekend) 'There Goes Our Love Again'. I wanted … Continue reading A Song For The Weekend: There Goes Our Love Again

Introducing: Analogue Wave

Analogue Wave

Let me introduce you to Analogue Wave,  a band (or electro super-duo in waiting) who have all but taken over my musical playlists ever since their compact disc bombardment of my letterbox commenced a couple of months ago. Okay it was 3 CD's that fell through my door, but that single action has all but managed … Continue reading Introducing: Analogue Wave

Top Albums of 2013…so far

Top Albums of 2013

It's that time of year again. Secret parliamentary meetings are being held in airtight underground bunkers, MENSA have called in their big guns and music bloggers everywhere are racking their brains as the world comes together to declare, in it's own opinion, the top music albums of 2013...so far. And I myself cannot help but … Continue reading Top Albums of 2013…so far

Villagers – INEC 18th March (Photo Gallery)