Hello Darkness My Old Friend

dublin

I've been a bit afraid of the blue 'publish' button lately. Not that I've anything against the button itself or even the colour blue for that matter. But I have found myself at a loss for words. I spoke about writers block in a previous post, in fact I somehow managed to pen an entire … Continue reading Hello Darkness My Old Friend

GANGS to record debut EP

GANGS

GANGS are delighted to announce that they will be recording their debut EP with the Dublin label Reekus Records. Under the guidance of Brian Foley, bass player with iconic 80’s band The Blades, GANGS aim to bring their hard-hitting sound to a new level.  The teenage rock and roll quartet will begin recording this weekend … Continue reading GANGS to record debut EP

The Riptide Movement – Vicar Street

The Riptide Movement

The Riptide Movement have worked hard over the years to not only associate themselves with, but in turn become, a beacon for the never-dying spirit of good ole Irish Rock music. Invoking the spirit of Lizzy and co. each release has acted as a steady and determined stepping-stone towards something great. The most recent of these steps … Continue reading The Riptide Movement – Vicar Street

ROR Guitars

Mark from Kodaline with The BE Guitar

So you may have noticed the absence of regular posts here on my blog since the end of the summer. And if you were paying real close attention you may even remember me mention that I was involved with some interesting musical projects. The most prominent of these takes the form of ROR Guitars, a … Continue reading ROR Guitars

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

NLG WV

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