As the title suggests, I have selected two songs for this weekend. And of course, why not sure. So I have decided to mix things up a (very) small bit, with two bands that I respect and adore very much. I could rabbit on and try to justify my selections but it is probably best … Continue reading Two Songs For The Weekend: Why Not Sure
The blog felt a bit cold, almost lifeless, for the past few months and I could not figure out why (Well apart from the fact that my posts have been far less than frequent). But one of the more noticeable absences would have to be the patented, world-famous 'A Song For The Weekend'. Whilst I … Continue reading A Song For The Weekend: Disco
OK so here we go, I think it's about time that I got back up on the proverbial horse and returned to the faithful blog. I do apologise for my lengthy absence but I had the small matter of my final year of College to deal with. But now as I write this post I … Continue reading I’m Back!!
The Introducing section is starting to fill up nicely here on my blog. Over the last few days I've received some albums and EP's from a number of exciting Irish and International artists who I will be featuring in the coming weeks. But first, here's something I was sent last month. Singer, Songwriter, Pianist and Composer, … Continue reading Introducing: Madeline Mondrala
So naturally I decided to continue this top 10 with number 9. 9. Dry The River - History Book Dry The River are an English folk band who formed back in 2009. They have released three albums to date and have done well to establish a unique and incomparable sound. History Book is taken from … Continue reading Top 10 Tracks of the Year – History Book