Introducing: Chase The River

There’s such a wealth of singer-songwriters out there, it’s easy to get lost between the acoustic guitars and odd hats, but rarely do you find one with such an honest approach to songwriting that has been formed by a reel of scarring experiences. Northern Irish singer-songwriter, Chase The River, is just that and he’s in […]

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Track Review: ‘The Gathering’ by Psychopathic Romantics

Politically charged, austerity tackling, freedom of speech advocating and music liberating are just a few labels that can be given to Psychopathic Romantics new track, ‘The Gathering’. The Italian/American band consists of vocalist Mario Dust, guitarists Filippo Jr.Santoiemma and Augusto De Cesare and bass player, Vincenzo Tancredi. Despite Mario’s switch from drummer to lead singer […]

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Joe O’Donnell’s ‘Gaodhal’s Vision’ Turns 40

Labelled as ‘One of the finest violinists playing in the Celtic tradition’ (Living Tradition), Joe O’Donnell is reissuing his highly acclaimed album Gaodhal’s Vision which turns 40 this year. Along with his band Shkayla, Joe creates a world-encompassing mix of celtic, folk-inspired music that draws in elements of jazz, rock and orchestral styles too. Gaodhal’s Vision received […]

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Track Review: Jon McDevitt’s ‘Father Christmas’ Musician and composer, Jon McDevitt, is no stranger to the music industry and his latest project comes in the form of a Christmas song, but not like you’ve heard before. We’re all well accustomed to bell-jingling, snow-frolicking Christmas songs about presents and sleigh rides, but Jon McDevitt has offered a refreshingly alternative take on […]

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