Tuesday, September 30, 2014

REVIEW - THE CRAICHEADS "Brewed in London" (2014)



The Craicheads "Brewed in London"
Release date: 1 February 2014
Running time: 37:36, 9 tracks


We’re the Joyce Country Céili band / playing away and we’re doing grand / if we’re singing a song won’t you give us a hand / ‘cos we’re the Joyce Country Céili BandTheSawDoctorsSongs from Sun Street” (1998) track 9 “Joyce Country Céilí Band

I feel that these lines from a SawDoctors song are the best introduction to the Craicheads, a well-known live experience in the London Irish scene. The guys could have recorded a live show in a pub and the feeling would have been the same: fun, sweat, dance, happiness, fiddle, whistles, mandolin … “Brewed in London” is not a live album, but the live atmosphere is there. Most of the songs are covers. However they belong to that particular universe in which bridges are built between folk music from both sides of the pond. You know, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Steve Earle but also Shane MacGowan and Pat Gallagher.

The two originals, “Take Me Back to Harrow” and “Sligo Shore” are great numbers. The former is a song about the London area in which they live and the latter is a lively instrumental about Co. Sligo.

Regarding the covers, I’ve enjoyed their rendition of Guns and Roses  (“Sweet Polka of Mine”) which has been merged with a couple of polkas. But, IMHO,  the most attractive numbers are the musical tributes to Donegal’s finest Goats Don’t Shave. A couple of songs from the band’s debut album “The Rusty Razor” (Gold Disc in Ireland) have been  covered:  “Mary Mary” and “Las Vegas (in the Hills of Donegal”). In fact, “Las Vegas (in the Hills of Donegal)” is the final part of a kick-ass medley at the end of the album together with  “Fields of Athenry” and  “Tell Me Ma”.

So, “Brewed in London” is a nice collection of songs that any busker should play, but also that any band playing at a pub next St.Patrick’s Day should play with a similar attitude. The Craicheads have shown that they are familiar with the Irish musical world. They do have an own sound and the right background; good stuff.



Tracklist:

01 - Ring of Fire 3:10
02 - Take Me Back to Harrow 2:45
03 - Fiesta 4:14
04 - Mary Mary 2:17
05 - Galway Girl 2:58
06 - Sligo Shore 2:14
07 - Wagon Wheel 4:17
08 - Sweet Polka of Mine 5:21
09 - Medley: Fields of Athenry / Tell Me Ma / Hills of Donegal 10:14    

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Review by Kinksmarkham





Monday, September 29, 2014

REVIEW - FINNEGAN'S HELL "Drunk, Sick and Blue" (2014)

Finnegan's Hell "Drunk Sick and Tired" Heptown Records HTR071
Release date: 26 september 2014
Running time: 23:00, 10 tracks


Drunk, Sick and Blue”, the follow-up to Finnegan’s Hell self-titled EP was one of the most awaited albums of the year. The Swedish gang was able to deliver a kick-ass EP at the end of 2011 and their rendition of “Molly Maguires” is still considered as one of the highest Celtic punk moments at YouTube. As the guys have advanced a couple of numbers in the last 10 months (videos for “Drunken Christmas” and “Drunk, Sick and Blue”), I guess that nobody is wondering if  Finnegan’s Hell were only a one-hit wonder. After watching both videos, the answer is clear: NO, they are not a one-hit wonder, but a solid Celtic punk outfit and Finnegan’s Hell new material is brilliant.

Drunk, Sick and Blue” consists of 10 whiskey soaked songs on which booze is always present: a couple of numbers from the previous EP (“Jar of Porter” and “Molly Maguires”), a version of “Galway Races” and 7 self-penned songs. The band’s sound and punk attitude are awesome, but one feels that the album is a little bit short. Only 23 minutes! Come on guys, 12 songs is the right dose!
Anyway, the mix of electric instruments, accordion, banjo and/or tin whistle will make you jump and sing along in such a way that once the disc is over the walls will have to be painted again !!!

The songs that I’d pick up: the opening track “Drunk, Sick and Blue”, a song that will become a classic soon; “Reversed Evolution”, and amazing fast-paced Celtic punk anthem; “Drunken Christmas”, apparently the result of too much porter, some spins to Ashley HutchingsMorris on” LP and to The Clash song “Career Oportunities” (the “Sandinista!” version); the old number “Jar of Porter”; “Lullaby”, a sort of an outtake from The PoguesWaiting for Herb” sessions; “No Saint”, where the Devil’s life is more attractive than the God’s one; and, obviously, “Molly Maguires”.

The album is packed on a 3 panel digipack where all the lyrics to the original stuff and the credits can be found, together with some pics. 

The new wave of Scandinavian Celtic punk bands that I mentioned on my Finnegan’s Hell EP review has  finally arrived. Rovers Ahead and Finnegan’s Hell  are here and they have come to stay. The drakkars keep on sailing, and more bands are ready to conquer the Celtic punk realm (Captain’s Jack Army, Punk Mahone …). In the meanwhile, let’s enjoy Finnegan’s Hell Drunk, Sick and Blue

Tracklist:

01 - Drunk, Sick and Blue 1:42
02 - Jar of Porter 2:22
03 - Lullaby 2:29
04 - Galway Races 1:54
05 - Whiskey Darling 2:39
06 - The Molly Maguires 2:22
07 - Promises and Lies 2:53
08 - Reversed Revolution 1:56
09 - No Saint 2:19
10 - Drunken Christmas 2:19

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Review by kinksmarkham

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The three people that have won a Finnegan's Hell CD will get an e-mail request for their addresses soon: O.R. (France), B.G. (Germany) and C.G. (Spain)

The answer was "Lullaby", "Galway Races", "Whiskey Darling", "Promises and Lies", "Reversed Evolution" and "No Saint".



Sunday, September 28, 2014

VIDEO - THE SHAMS "Sick to Death"

The Shams video for "Sick to Death". The band from San Francisco are releasing their third album "One at All" soon.




ROIO - THE CLUMSY LOVERS "Live 11 November 2005"



The Clumsy Lovers are a folk rock/bluegrass/Celtic jam band formed in Vancouver, British Columbia with more than 2500 performances in the United States and Canada. The current line-up consists of Jason Homey on banjo and mandolin, Jeff Leonard on bass guitar and vocals, Robyn Jesson on fiddle and vocals, Devin Rice on drums, and Trevor Rogers on vocals and guitar.

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Discography:

The Red Tape (1993)
Picture This (1998)
Barnburner (1999)
Still Clumsy After All These Years (2000)
Live (2001)
Under The Covers (2002)
After The Flood (2004)
Smart Kid (2005)
Make Yourself Known (2009)

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

VIDEO - THE HUMBLE HOOLIGANS "Sweet Magdalene"

"Break Through" is The Humble Hooligans first studio E.P.( special guest Matt Maulding on "Drowsy Maggie/After Awhile")They have released a video for the song "Sweet Magdalene".

 
Line-up:

Troy Rulmyr - Vocals/Guitar
Bill Singer - Vocals/Mandolin
Brian Carroll - Accordion
Heath Milton - Vocals/Bass Guitar
Helmut de la Cruz - Drums

 

 



Friday, September 26, 2014

THE ROUGHNECK RIOT - TOUR, VIDEO AND FREE TRACK

New Album ‘Out Of Anger’ Released 13th October via TNS Records

UK and European Tour dates commence this Week

Warrington folk-punks Roughneck Riot hit the road on a UK & EU headline tour this week in support of their new album ‘Out Of Anger’ released on 13th October via legendary Manchester punk zine-turned-record-label, TNS Records.

You can grab
'Parasites' the first single to be taken from the album for free download. 

'Parasites' is a no nonsense folk punk romp from start to finish, a biting political satire that addresses xenophobia and social anxiety in the UK, front man Matty Humphries rails against poverty as he laments "One less drain on our poor government, more cash to bail out sh*t businessmen, trying their best to clear a nation's debt, crimes against humanity slip right through the net."

'Out of Anger' is out October 13th (UK) and November 17th (Mainland Europe) on TNS Records.

UK and European Live Dates:

September 25th – Yorkshire House, Lancaster
September 27th – Bannermans, Edinburgh
September 28th – The Black Bull, Gateshead
September 29th – The Pack Horse, Leeds
October 1st- Venue TBA, Leicester
October 2nd – The Maze, Nottingham
October 3rd - Maguires, Liverpool
October 4th- Lock Stock and Barrel Festival, Burton
October 5th - Bootleggers, Kendal
October 7th - Venue TBA, Ipswich
October 8th The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
October 9th- Face Bar, Reading
October 10th – The Fortescue, Plymouth
October 11th – The Lower George, Gloucester
October 12th – Paradise, Lichfield
October 23rd – Lady Luck, Canterbury
October 24th – Eifler Folk Punk Festival, Blankenheim, Germany
October 25th – Beat Der Boktor Festival, Hengelo Netherlands
October 29th – Hafenklang, Hamburg Germany
December 6th – Dogfest, Warsop


Roughneck Riot - Parasites


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Thursday, September 25, 2014

VIDEO - FINNEGAN'S HELL "Jar of Porter"

More stuff by Finnegan's Hell, the official video for "Jar of Porter".



DO YOU WANT TO WIN THE NEW FINNEGAN'S HELL CD?

The Finnegan's Hell debut album "Drunk, Sick and Blue" will be released by Swedish label Heptown Records tomorrow (Friday 26 September 2014).

We have three copies of the CD courtesy of Heptown Records to give away. The answer to the following question must be e-mailed to celticfolkpunk@gmail.com and a raffle will take place among all the people having submitted the right answer.

Which 6 songs from the CD are being played at Celtic Folk Punk Radio from 26 to 28 September 2014?

http://www.radionomy.com/en/radio/celtic-folk-punk/index
 
http://celtic-folk-punk.playtheradio.com

This is the radio schedule (Central European Time, that of Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Rome, Amsterdam, Brussels ...). Tune in and then e-mail the titles of the 6 songs.



The limit date to receive the e-mails with the answers is next Monday 29 September at 18h00 (Central European Time, that of Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Rome, Amsterdam, Brussels ...).

Only one message per account can be e-mailed.

Finnegan's Hell - Drunk, Sick and Blue - Official Trailer








Wednesday, September 24, 2014

VIDEO - LEVELLERS (feat. FRAK TURNER) "Julie"

Frank Turner's spellbinding collaboration with the Levellers on their 1993 single 'Julie' has today been released on YouTube.

Whilst more than 20 years old, the song's gritty message about dispossession in society feels more relevant today than ever.

One of the Levellers' best loved songs, 'Julie' has been re-worked by Frank Turner in his own style, with the Levellers performing as his backing band. Frank is a huge Levellers fan and Julie was one of his favorite songs to play whilst growing up.

Julie is the latest video in the series which also include collaborations with Imelda May, Billy Bragg and Bellowhead. All four tracks appear on all versions of Levellers' Greatest Hits album released on Monday 29th September.

Levellers also embark on an extensive UK tour this Autumn; The Selecter and She Makes War will support on all dates.


Levellers feat. Frank Turner - Julie







FREE DOWNLOAD - xMAPKOx "Self-titled EP"

xMAPKOx is a folk-punk artist for Skopje (FYR Macedonia). He has released a self-titled EP in May 2014 which is available on Bandcamp (Name Your Price).

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

VIDEO - THE CLAN "Paddy's Day"

The Italian band The Clan is releasing their debut album soon. A video for one of the songs is available now.

The Clan- Paddy's Day






FEATURED ALBUMS AT CELTIC FOLK PUNK RADIO NEXT WEEKEND

These are the featured albums at Celtic Folk Punk radio from Friday 26 September to Sunday 28 September:

- The Sunday Punchers self-titled album (Celtic punk, South Africa)

- Finnegan's Hell "Drunk, Sick and Blue"(Celtic punk, Sweden)
- Beyond the Fields "The Falcon Lives" (Celtic rock, Switzerland)

Several songs from every album will be played.

Please have a look to the schedule by clicking the picture (Central European Summer Time)



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Sunday, September 21, 2014

REVIEW - THE SUNDAY PUNCHERS Self-titled debut (2014)



The Sunday Punchers "Self-titled", self-released (2014)
Release date: 9 August 2014
Running time: 45:14, 13 tracks

Which are South African main icons apart from Nelson Mandela? Maybe the Big Five at Kruger National Park (the buffalo, the elephant, the leopard, the lion and the rhino) and the Springboks (South African national rugby team). And what do The Sunday Punchers have in common with them (apart from being South African, of course)? Perhaps the wild attitude on their sound and the fact that they can compete with their Aussie, English, French, Irish, Scottish and Welsh counterparts.

After having released in 2013 a two track single with new material and a compilation putting together their previous material, the band from Gauteng has finally released their proper debut album. The CD includes 6 classic songs from their repertoire, 6 new self-penned songs and a cover of Dropkick MurphysI’m Shipping Up to Boston”. The classics are new recordings of “Whalefishers” (Salt Lake Whalefishers cover), “Guinness”, “Whiskey” and “Exile of a Broken Man” and the single “Golden Sun”/”Sea Monsters”. The new songs are titled “Graveyard Swagger”, “March of the Drunkards”, “Ol’ Dear Laddy”, “Away from Myself”, “Hoist Thy Colours” and “Dragon’s Lair”.

The album has all the elements that define the band’s sound: sea songs and booze numbers,  lion roaring vocals by Mostert, addictive banjo picking by Shaun and kick-ass accordion by Hewie. But the main difference with old recordings is the guitar work by Mike on the production and final mix. The song where this is clearer is “Hoist thy Colours”.

From the very beginning The Sunday Punchers get the listener’s attention with the catchy “Graveyard Swagger”. “Guinness” keeps on being a highlight on the band’s catalogue. “Whiskey” will make you sing-along together with the drunken gang. “Dear Ol’ Laddy” is a dancing pisstake with more drunken vocals. And “Shipping Up to Boston” is faithful to the original.

However,  the new numbers showcase a different end of the band that was already present on “Sea Monsters” and “Golden Sun”  (love this song and the female vocals by Bianca Henning ). For instance, the aforementioned “Hoist thy Colours”, but also the mid-tempo “Away from Myself”, and the bagpipes punk tune “Dragon’s Lair

Unexpectedly, The Sunday Punchers have recently decided to call it a day due to musical differences. Anyway, I’m borrowing  Mensi’s words from 1983 when Angelic Upstarts broke-up:  don’t think that you’ve seen the last of The Sunday Punchers, they shall return. In what shape or form they haven’t decided yet. In the meanwhile, grab a copy of the band’s testament before it becomes a sought-after item at e-bay, since it’s an essential album to understand the globalization of the Celtic punk scene.






Tracklist:

01 - Graveyard Swagger 3:01
02 - Whale Fishers 3:27
03 - Guinness 3:36
04 - March of the Drunkards 2:54
05 - Whiskey 2:52
06 - Ol' Dear Laddy 3:41
07 - Away From Myself 3:39
08 - Golden Sun (feat Bianca Henning, vocals) 4:11
09 - Shipping Up to Boston 2:42
10 - Exile of a Broken Man 3:21
11 - Hoist Thy Colors 4:47
12 - Sea Monsters 3:21
13 - Dargon's Lair (feat. Bruce Missing, pipes) 3:41

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Review by Kinksmarkham



VIDEO - THE PORTERS "Barfly"

The Porters video for "Barfly", a song from the Wolverine vinyl compilation "Welcome to the Folk Punk Show".

The Porters from Germany, are the best known folk punk band from their country. They recorded 3 brand new songs for this LP.

The Judas Bunch from Sweden, call themselves honky tonk punks. A Mixture from punk, folk and country even has brought them two big tours in the USA.

The Mahones from Canada, are besides Dropkick Murphys Flogging Molly, The Tossers and The Real McKenzies the best known folk punk band from Northamerica. Here they are with 3 live songs that show their great Energy.

Malasañers originally from Spain , but just moved to Germany, are giving you great melodic folk punk. They will become famous very quick. New album coming soon!

This fine piece comes with a very nice sleeve artwork and is limited to 500 orange vinyl copies.

Tracklist:

Side A:

The Porters

1.Barfly
2.Fathers&Sons
3.Hellbound Lovers

The Judas Bunch

4.Honkytonk Punks
5.Hey Bartender
6.Jim Dennys Diner

Side B:

The Mahones

1.Great Night on the lash
2.Paint the town Red
3.Blood is on your Hands

Malasañers

4.Rights
5.Immigrants
6.For a Pint

The Porters - Barfly





Saturday, September 20, 2014

REVIEW - DEN RAW FOLK "Urban Romance" (2014)



Den Raw Folk is a “family” band from Dunkirk, in the North of France. Nowadays they are a five piece band, but their debut album was recorded by the Rocher brothers (Den and Fred) and their niece/daughter Marine. Den played acoustic and electric guitars and sang lead vocals; Fred played mandolin, guitars, banjo, keyboards, percussions, accordion and sang backing vocals; and Marine played bass, drums, percussions and sang backing vocals too. The guest list on the album includes Brenda Rocher on backing vocals, Rodrigue Babdor on lead vocals (“La Zoukinite”), Simone André on trombone, Sébastien Curveiller  on tenor and alto saxes and Bruce Caulier on trumpet.

French fans should be familiar with the Rocher bros., since they were members of the seminal punk rock outfit Sub Kids. Sub Kids released some singles in the eighties and made it to some important compilations, mainly “Chaos in France Volume 1”, the bible of the French punk/oi French regional scenes. Their new band, Den Raw Folk, blends pub rock, Celtic punk, Caribbean beats (from Jamaica and French Antilles) and punk rock. The sound and attitude is that of a band from the XXI century, but I feel that they draw inspiration from the eighties. Most of the bands pull their influences from the likes of Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys and Rancid. However, Den Raw Folk go to the original source: The Clash, Stiff Little Finger, The Pogues and The Men They Couldn’t Hang.

The album is really tight and well-balanced. There are 9 self-penned songs and 4 covers. Although the Sub Kids used to sing in English, “Urban Romance” lists songs in French and songs in English. The band’s roots are obvious on the first numbers, “Belfast Song”, a composition in French with a The Men They Couldn’t Hang sound, and “Kerry Polka”, a standard tune on The Pogues live sets as a part of “South Australia”.

The next song, “Les Filles du Quai” is also sung in French. It’s another song with an American twist. Track four is and amazing instrumental, a sort of a Pogues outtake from the “Rum Sodomy and the Lash” sessions. “Maritime Bar” is a reggae whose dub version can be found at the end of the disc , “Maritime Dub”. Jonathan Richman’s  Egyptian Reggae” gets a Black Market Clash treatment. “Fishermen” is an old Sub Kids punk-rock number. And “Purple Turtle” is a song with reggae vibes about the brothers first contacts with the music world.

Den Raw Folk pay a further tribute to their heroes, The Pogues, covering the band’s classic “If I Should Fall from Grace with God”. The following number , "La Débrouille" is another awesome cow punk instrumental. “La Zoukinite” is an addictive  zouk number  And, finally, “Hopak” is a mandolin driven rendition of one of The Ukranians greatest hits.

As it has been mentioned, Den Raw Folk are now a five piece band with the addition of a fiddler and a drummer.  Urban Romance” is an interesting starting point for a long career. Roots, Rock, Reggae. We want more!


Tracklist:

01 - Belfast Song 2:49
02 - Kerry Polka 1:47
03 - Les filles du quai 3:05
04 - Micky Ways 2:11
05 - Maritime Bar 3:40
06 - Egyptian Reggae 2:18
07 - Fishermen 2:23
08 - Purple Turtle 3:56
09 - If I Should Fall 2.23
10 - La Débrouille 1:53
11 - La Zoukinite 3:41
12 - Hopak 3:40
13 - Maritime Dub 3:42

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Review by Kinksmarkham


Friday, September 19, 2014

VIDEO - THE MEN THEY COULDN'T HANG "Raising Hell"

The Men They Couldn't Hang are releasing their new album "The Defiant" next September 22.

This is the video for one of the songs, "Raising Hell".







Thursday, September 18, 2014

VIDEO - MENEGUINNESS "Irish Rover"

This is Meneguinness video for "Irish Rover". Footage from their Ireland Tour 2014.


 



LEXINGTON FIELD SIGNS TO EAST GRAND


East Grand is happy to announce that San Diego's Lexington Field has joined the family and we'll be releasing their as of yet untitled, fourth album in 2015.

"We are very excited to be joining the roster of East Grand Records! This is a big step for us as we continue to move forward spreading our American Fiddle Rock around the world. East Grand works with many great bands so we are humbled to be a part of the family, especially being their first California act. Now, it’s time to get back to work writing this new album for 2015, you guys are going to love it!" - Beau Gray, Vocals & Guitar, Lexington Field.

Lexington Field is an American Fiddle Rock band from San Diego, CA. Formed in 2009, they have played hundreds of shows, including two national tours. They have released three albums: Old Dirt Road (2011), Poor Troubled Life EP (2012), and No Man’s War (2013), and are currently working on their fourth release coming out in 2015. Lexington Field blends rock, punk, and Americana with a fiddle right in the epicenter to capture a unique and memorable sound. Take that originality along with their high energy live show, and Lexington Field gives you an awesome musical experience!

Brand new song and video coming soon!

Lexington Field is:

Beau Gray – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Bryan Hane – Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Vincent West – Drums, Vocals
AJ Belluto – Electric Guitar, Banjo
Olivia Buscemi - Violin
Tom Henry – Bass

Accolades for 2013's "No Man's War":

"If you’re a fan of fiddle focused rock and have yet to be introduced to San Diego quintet Lexington Field then it’s high time they were added to the list of new and noteworthy folk acts on today’s circuit." - The Punk Site

#5 Best Albums of 2013 - Irish Punk
#6 Best Albums of 2013 - Paddy Rock
#7 Best Albums of 2013 - Celtic-Folk-Punk
Best of the Rest – Best of 2013 - Shite 'n' Onions
Nominated for Best Alternative Album - 2013 San Diego Music Awards
2013 Best of San Diego Favorite Local Band – 3rd Place - San Diego Union-Tribune

"Lexington Field bring together on top of a big rock’n’roll sound, Celtic, bluegrass, Americana and folk and just a touch of punk to produce a very fine album with its own individual stamp in an often overcrowd field." - Shite 'n' Onions



FREE DOWNLOAD - BOGTROTTER'S UNION "Call It What You Will" EP

Folk-punk band Bogtrotter's Union hail from Las Vegas. They released an EP in 2013 that can be downloaded for free "Call It What You Will".

"Folk outfit Bogtrotter’s Union is one of the most fun live bands we’ve got in our city. If you enjoy stomping your feet and clapping your hands along with Old Man Markley or Larry and His Flask, then you need to open up a new tab and download Bogtrotter’s Union’s "Call It What You Will EP" from bandcamp pronto."

Written by: Steven Matview of Punk In Vegas.

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Line-up:

Marshall Lytle: Lead Vocals, Banjo
Kevin Linsley: Mandolin, Back Up Vocals
Steven Viveros: Electric Guitar, Back Up Vocals
Steven Sabo: Acoustic Guitar, Back up Vocals
Jeremy Tunender: Drums
Nick Boswell: Bass Guitar, Back Up Vocals.

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VIDEO - TOXIC FROGS "Toxic Frogs"

Toxic Frogs, the first French celtic punk rock chicks Band have just released their video. BTW, both Ella and Perrine played fiddle with CelKilt.


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Crazy Frog (Ella): Lead Vocals/Fiddle
Angel Frog (Perrine): Fiddle/Vocals
Cutty Frog (Elvina): Bass/Fiddle/Vocals
Punchy Frog (Lucianne): Electric Guitar
Stormy Frog (Lydie): Drums/Vocals

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Friday, September 12, 2014

VIDEO - CHEERS! "Guards of Poor"

Czech band Cheers! are releasing a single in a few days: "Drink'n'Fight". The video is available now. The song was inspired by the Ukraine crysis as they were supposed to perform there this May.

Cheers! - Guard of Poor






Thursday, September 11, 2014

VIDEO - PIPES AND PINTS +HORKÝZE SLÍZE "Open Road"

Pipes and Pints new video with their Slovak friends Horkýze Slíze. They'll be touring together the Czech Republic in October.

Pipes and Pints & Horkýže Slíže - Open Road (official video) 





FREE DOWNLOAD - THE WAXIES "Down With the Ship" 2 track sampler

The Waxies are sharing two original tracks from their  upcoming studio album, "Down with the Ship", available for a limited time only! They'll have a very limited run of CD copies of this two-song sampler (also free) at the Michigan Irish Music Festival this weekend. Come hear these jams live!

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REVIEW - BLACK WATER COUNTY "The Fellowship of the Craic" (2014)

Black Water County "The Felowship of the Craic" EP, self-released
Release date: 15 August 2014
Running time: 22:23, 6 tracks


Black Water County first work was an EP released in 2013. It showcased a young and fresh band with a huge potential: a couple of interesting covers and several kick-ass self-penned songs. Later, they released a video covering The Pogues and then it was clear that Tim Harris (lead vocals, bass), Shan Byron (vocals, tin whistle), Gavin Coles (banjo, mandolin), Bardley H-Clarke (rhythm guitar) and Andy L Smooth (drums, percussion and acoustic guitar) were moving in the right direction. This amazing band is now offering their new opus to all the Celtic punk fans and, to tell you the truth, "The Fellowship of the Craic" has every single thing I want to find on a folk punk album: no covers of overexposed standards,  but a bunch of original material; slow ballads; pub anthems to sing-along and instrumental stuff. And no sappy lyrics, but updated versions of traditional folk themes.

The EP first track is titled “Roving Man” and it gets an intimate acoustic treatment.

The following song will make you jump. Tim and Shan share vocal duties on “The Parson’s Daughter, and awesome number on which Gavin’s banjo shines again. Black Water County moves to a territory mastered by the likes of Irish Moutarde and Celkilt.

Ska beats can be heard on “The Ballad of Ramblin’ Johnny”. Tim vocals are perfect and Shan and Gavin’s performances on tin whistle and banjo are high voltage.

Brandy” is a ballad that I would link to Joe Dolan “The Foxy Devil”, a song which was recorded by Christy Moore. Excellent vocals by Tim and Shan again.

The next number is the sing-along on the album. If you liked CallanachIrish Pubs”, this is Black Water County’s answer: a fun song in the Dropkick Murphys vein playing tribute to every single pub in Wimborne. By the way, all the pubs that are mentioned on the songs are real, you can find them here , here and here.

Finally, Black Water County makes me happier with a tune: “The Leaky Barrel Jig”, an instrumental with a reggae part at the beginning and brilliant mandolin.

Once again, Black Water County EP package is wonderful: a "Lord of the Rings" inspired artwork, a jewel case and a 6 page booklet including all of the lyrics and credits. And the “Parental Advisory” sticker is there too ;-)

I don’t like the term “new" wave, since it becomes old soon . There is always a new wave coming, so the previous one is not a new wave any longer. So, if you like the British Folk punk second wave (or was it third?) with bands such as Roughneck Riot and Smokey Bastard, you should know that there are a bunch of young bands pushing hard, and Black Water County is at the forefront of that wave. Come on, join The Fellowship of the Craic.


Tracklist:

1 - Roving Man 2:56
2 - The Parson's Daughter 3:32
3 - The Ballad of Ramblin Johnny 4:05
4 - Brandy 4:09
5 - All the Pubs 4:30
6 - The Leaky Barrel Jig 3:09


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