Introducing: My Tribe Your Tribe

My Tribe Your Tribe

My Tribe Your Tribe is the solo project of musician and former Boy Lights Fire frontman, George Mercer. Since the disintegration of previous band related activities earlier this year, Mercer has been proactive in his quest for musical development and in such he has discarded the humble guitar in favor of keyboards, drum machines and … Continue reading Introducing: My Tribe Your Tribe

A Band For The Weekend: The Statics

the statics

Yes, I said band! I wanted to kill two birds with several stones in the form of a single blog post this weekend, so I have quite cleverly (even if I may say so myself), decided to combine the 'song for the weekend' segment with the new band 'introducing' segment. Call it crafty, lazy, whatever … Continue reading A Band For The Weekend: The Statics

Album Preview: Analogue Wave

Analogue Wave

So while I'm still working out some technical issues with the full album stream from the Analogue Wave guys. Here's a  sneak preview of N.L.G. W.V. (well 5 songs is hardly a preview, it's half their album). If you like what you hear below, I would encourage you to head over to the guys bandcamp … Continue reading Album Preview: Analogue Wave

A Song For The Weekend: Devils

analoge wave

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

The Jack of Diamonds Rhythm and Roots Festival

Jack of Diamonds Festival

Before I forget, there is a great free music festival taking place in Dublin this weekend coming. It's called the Jack of Diamonds Rhythm and Roots Festival and boasts an impressive line up including 'The Hot Sprockets' and 'John Blek & The Rats' spread throughout the city in a number of prestigious music venues. Here's what … Continue reading The Jack of Diamonds Rhythm and Roots Festival

Makings – Lunatic E.P.

makings

Luuunnnatic, I see you loving like a Luuuuuuuuuuuuunatic!! What better way to start this review then with the same lyrics and ferocious intensity as the opening of Makings debut E.P. 'Lunatic'. Okay so my words might not carry the same levels of enthusiasm but I am counting on you to utilize your imagination. If such device … Continue reading Makings – Lunatic E.P.

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

Villagers – INEC 18th March (Photo Gallery)

Introducing: Rohan Healy

rohan healy

Rohan Healy is an Australian born singer songwriter currently based in his 'ancestral home of Dublin'. To date he has recorded no less than 10 solo albums and somehow manages to fill the remainder of his free time as an author, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, blogger and professional music producer. Rohan has written and published two books, … Continue reading Introducing: Rohan Healy

Womens Murder Club @ The Yard Sessions

wmc

This is what happened when the guys from Womens Murder Club headed up across the border to record a live session in Cloud Nine Studios, Banbridge. Yes I know it is incredibly lazy writing a blog post that's less than fifty words, but there really is nothing else to say on this occasion. If you … Continue reading Womens Murder Club @ The Yard Sessions