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Top 10 Tracks of the Year – The John Wayne

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Keeping inline with the tradition of all music websites publishing 'Top Lists' around this time of year,  I have decided to  release my very own. As you can probably tell from the title I have decided to publish my top 10 tracks of the year. So lets kick this highly original idea off with number … Continue reading Top 10 Tracks of the Year – The John Wayne

Introducing – Golden BC

I get a lot of emails from bands and PR companies alike asking me to listen to their album and possibly write a review. Regrettably I do not always have time to get through all these requests. But I'm hoping to rectify this, a little bit anyway, by showcasing some of the very talented bands … Continue reading Introducing – Golden BC

Why Skyfall Is Not A Good Film

With Bond reaching the ripe ole age of fifty this year, something special was needed to mark the landmark occasion. And taking both the critical acclaim and the box office success into account, it seems that 007 may have thrown the party of the year with Skyfall. But in this stellar year for ‘films longest … Continue reading Why Skyfall Is Not A Good Film

Pop Songs I Don’t Hate

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I wanted to call this post 'Pop songs I can mildly tolerate without losing the will to live and wishing I had a hot poker to drive into my ears so the last thing I didn't hear as I left this world was the sound of that ghastly song'. But It was just a bit … Continue reading Pop Songs I Don’t Hate

Ireland: The slave capital of Europe

On first glance this title may appear to be a bit extreme. Especially for those of you with the fantastical view of Ireland as a green lush country over-populated with mystical little leprechaun’s, where we dance our way to the pub to battle our on going love affair with the ‘black stuff’. A more likely … Continue reading Ireland: The slave capital of Europe

Mumford and Sons – Babel

Mumford and Sons have done well over the years to forge a solid and comfortable throne for themselves. As the undisputed kings of modern day folk, they have brought the humble genre to new heights. With their previous musical offering, Sigh No More, reaching Quadruple Platinum success and their new album, Babel, looking very likely … Continue reading Mumford and Sons – Babel

A Song For The Weekend: The Fallen

I recently came to the startling realization that my blog is lacking one vital component. Well it's missing many but I just happened to spot this one. So what absence an I talking about? From the title of this post you may come to two very different conclusions. One, you may take the reference to … Continue reading A Song For The Weekend: The Fallen

Disappointment, Optimism And Of Course The Kinks

Before I start I should probably mention that the finalists for the Irish Blog Awards were announced this evening. And as you can probably guess that I was not included in the final list. But all I can say is that we'll get 'em next year. I was over the moon when I found out … Continue reading Disappointment, Optimism And Of Course The Kinks

Back to Blog(ging)

Hey guys, I know its been a while, and I know I keep saying this but I have been really busy lately. With college starting  this week I just haven't found the time to write anything. Hopefully we will be able to work out some kind of balance over the coming weeks. So why don't I outline … Continue reading Back to Blog(ging)