Month: May 2014

Jet Setter New Single Not Yet Released 13th June Jet Setter, a four piece band from Dublin.All four members have been playing and gigging for years with various bands before they decided to form Jet Setter during a late-night party in the R.A.G.E in Dublin. The idea was to combine their musical influences into a new, invigorating sound. With Paddy Ormond on lead guitar, Neil Dexter on drums, Jeffrey Courtney on bass and Ross Hamer providing snapshot vocals, the result is original, refreshing and powerful. Jet Setter will release the limited edition vinyl double single  out 13th June on Any Other City....

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Leaders of Men at Reading & Leeds Festivals 2014 LEADERS OF MEN ANNOUNCED FOR READING & LEEDS 2014 Leaders of Men have just announced that they will appear at this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals in the UK in August. The Tallaght lads are set to make their UK début release later this summer. You can also catch the band on their home turf as they continue with a string of live shows as part of their current Whelan’s summer residency. Leaders of Men Live dates: May 31st Leixlip Festival June 2nd Lexington, London June 18th Whelan’s, Dublin July 17th Whelan’s, Dublin...

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Crow Black Chicken New Album & Tour Details

Crow Black Chicken are releasing  releasing their new album “Rumble Shake” on June 6th 2014. Follow up to critically acclaimed 2012 debut “Electric Soup”. The band’s sophomore album “Rumble Shake” builds upon the foundations of their debut release. The album flows and pounds with honest tales and sinful music, featuring guest performances from friends including Texas music legend Ray Wylie Hubbard. The trio from Ireland’s deep south have cooked up a storm in Westland Studios Dublin soaking in the history in the walls (Bob Dylan, Horslips, Thin Lizzy) and packed it off to be mixed in Texas by George Reiff (Tedeschi...

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Tell No Foxx – Tell No Foxx [EP]

Review by Bobby Green  The importance of a debut release cannot be overstated. Not only is it a piece of music that fans can take away for the first time, and incorporate it into the soundtrack of their lives, but it’s a first introduction for people who know nothing about the band. The Tell No Foxx self-titled debut EP has class, it’s far more than a ‘first attempt’, and it confidently boasts a sophisticated production value that some bands take three or four attempts to achieve. Their contemporary expansive sound has hints of 80’s new wave electronica. I’m reminded...

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The Shaker Hymn—Rascal’s Antiques [Album]

By Jack Stokes Though they released Inside a Broken Clock in 2011 as Circus Cat, their previous incarnation, Rascal’s Antique is The Shaker Hymn’s first EP. This album paints a good picture of who The Shaker Hymn are. With a sturdy four-piece band, heavy on unflinching drums and fond of strings as backup, you can easily picture seeing them live in the cozy venues they reportedly frequent in Cork. They’re respectful of a good guitar solo and fond of stop-your-heart punches of silence in fast-paced songs. Here are some of the highlight tracks that make this an album worth...

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