Friday, May 29, 2015

REVIEW - FIVE LEAF CLOVER "Meet Me in a Pub" (2015)

Five Leaf Clover "Meet Me in a Pub" Straky na vrbe
Release date: 17 March 2015
Running time: 26:37, 7 tracks


The Czech Republic is not a big country in terms of population (around 10,5 million people), but they have a lot of different bands playing Celtic rock or Celtic punk. Bands such as Hakka Muggies or Dick O’Brass can be labelled as Celtic rock/folk rock bands; Pipes and Pints and Curlies would be bagpipes punk bands; Benjaming’s Clan and Claymore would be bagpipes rock band, and Cheers! would be a Celtic punk outfit.

In the last months I have come across a bunch of new bands hailing from the Czech Republic: Vintage Wine, Pirates of the Pubs and Five Leaf Clover. Five Leaf Clover are a five piece band from Prague and they have recently released a mini-album titled “Meet Me in a Pub”. The current line-up is Pavel Brejcha (guitar, vocals), Lucie “Calwe” Eliášová (vocals, tin whistle), Jan "Erk" Mareš (bass, vocals), Jindřich "Estanor" Mašek (fiddle, vocals) and Petr “Ráfek” Skála (drums). Pavel and Petr founded the band in 2010 under the name Jolly Roger. They realized that there were quite a few bands with the same name and then it was changed to Five Leaf Clover. The band’s logo is a sheep called Shamus, a “cross between Ewan MacGregor on Trainspotting and Arnold Schwarzenneger”.

Five Leaf Clover define themselves as an Irish Rock Band. Taking into account that they cover some standards and play some well-known tunes, the word Irish is obvious. Regarding the word rock, Five Leaf Clover have a solid rhythm section that backs perfectly the fiddler and the flute.

Meet Me in a Pub” is a 7 track album consisting of 2 standards, one ballad featuring a couple of tunes and four self-penned numbers.

The Hangover Song” is the first track. Both tin whistle and fiddle are played on this number about the day after.

The next song is titled “Kilt” and boy and girl share vocal duties on this folk’n’roll number.

The Foggy Dew” is the first cover. Great fiddling and superb bass and drums provide a different twist to the song. Lead vocals by  Pavel and backing vocals by Lucie.

On “Four Bothers” they shift the roles: Lucie sings lead vocals and Pavel backing vocals. Amazing number.

The Wind” is a cover of the song “The Wind that Shakes the Barley”. It has an acoustic  intro reminiscent of McDermott’s 2 Hours and features both the “Morrison’s” jig and the “Cooley’s” reel.

Fairy” is another number sung by Lucie backed by Pavel. Lots of “heys” and more brilliant fiddling and amazing rhythm section on this folk rock song.

Finally, Five Leaf Clover deliver their own rendition of “Raggle Taggle Gipsy”. It gets a sort of a rap treatment, similar to other standards covered by the likes of Great Big Sea and Firkin. Different, but very good.

Five Leaf CloverMeet Me in a Pub” comes in a digipack. The band’s line-up and website are stated, but the lyrics to the songs are not included. The album was recorded in January 2015 in Ex Avik sound studio, mixed by Pavel Brom (who also plays tambourine on the album) and mastered by Premysl Haas. The album artwork has been designed by fiddler Jindrich Mašek.

Five Leaf Clover and Vintage Wine are two interesting bands that have been able to deliver something different and fresh, blending their own Czech musical and cultural background to the Celtic music. I have enjoyed particularly the balance between the rhythm section and the acoustic instruments on “Meet Me in a Pub”. A recommendable album.

P.S. Currently the band is looking for a banjo player. If you live in their area and are interested in playing with them, have a look to this YouTube video and contact Five Leaf Clover.


Tracklist:

1 - The Hangover Song 4:32
2 - Kilt 2:44
3 - Foggy Dew 4:44
4 - Four Brothers 4:25
5 - The Wind 3:18
6 - Fairy 4:08
7 - Raggle Taggle Gipsy 2:32

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Review by Kinksmarkham


Wednesday, May 27, 2015

FEATURED CDs AT CELTIC-FOLK-PUNK RADIO (29-30 May 2015)

These are the featured CDs at Celtic-Folk-Punk Radio this weekend:

- Skontra "Foguera"
- Derina Harvey Band "s/t"
- Drunken Dolly "Drunken Dolly and the Drunken Man's Curse" EP
- Lexington Field "Greenwood" (4 tracks will be advanced. Another 4 tracks will be played next week)

Weekend schedule as follows:

Friday 29 May 2015

6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Saturday 30 May 2015

2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Sunday 31 May 2015

2h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

There are two different playlists, and therefore every 4 hours the songs won't be the same. Besides, the order will be different every day. That is, if you can only listen to the radio on Friday,  for instance, at 22h00, you can listen again on Saturday at 22h00, since the songs won't be the same.


Tricks Upon Travellers "Live and Acoustic" 2000) is the live album that will be played on Saturday at 20h00 CEST.

Seven Nations "Big Dog" (1996) is the essential album that will be played on Saturday at 23h05.

Tune in and enjoy!

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - SKONTRA "Foguera"

Skontra has just released their 4th album "Foguera". CDs will be available soon, but the band is sharing the digital album for free as usual.

The album cover has been designed by Zapico (the band's piper) and members of Bastards on Parade (David), Reincidentes (Fernando Madina) Adizion Etilika (Juanín García Villamil), 40 Barrotes (Ramiro) and The Potes (Ibi, Sala Strummer and Igor Sala) have guested on the album.

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Monday, May 25, 2015

VIDEO - SONS OF O'FLAHERTY "Drunken Rantings"

Sons of O'Flaherty live footage video for "Drunken Rantings".

Sons of O'Flaherty - Drunken Rantings






VIDEO - KILKENNY KNIGHTS "Final Course"

Kilkenny Knights have a new video out.

Kilkenny Knights - Final Course



Sunday, May 24, 2015

REVIEW - LENNON KELLY "Lunga vita al re" (2015)

Lennon Kelly "Lunga Vita al Re" (2015) Indie Box IBX044
Release date: 24 March 2015
Running time: 37:05, 10 tracks

After a 7 track album, the Italian band Lennon Kelly has just released their debut album “Lunga vita al re” (“Long Live the King”). Most of the tracks on the album are written by band members Vasco Abondanza a.k.a. “Bartowski” and Constantino Valentini a.k.a. “Roman”, but there are a track based on a Giuseppe Bartoli poem, a cover of “Drunken Sailor” whose lyrics have been written by Gorg Scur band member Mino Savadori and a cover of Steve Earle’s “Galway Girl”. All of the songs are sung in Italian, with the exception of “Un marineri imbarigh a e Ziznatich” (in Romagnol dialect) and “Galway Girl” (in English).

Lennon Kelly keeps on blending Celtic music with Italian music and “Lunga vita al re” puts them together with other Italian acts like Mosche di Vellutto Grigio or Modena City Ramblers. In fact MCR’s flutist Franco D’ Aniello guests on some tracks. At the very beginning Franco was hired to play his flute on the closing number. However, he fell in love with a couple of songs and he played his flutes on them too.

The album kicks off with “C.P.I.” C.P.I stands for Italian Political Class. There is a spoken intro, a speech by Sandro Pertini, former Italian President from 1978 to 1985 and one of the few Italian politicians really loved by the Italians. But the real song is a semi-instrumental number in the Flogging Molly song “Swagger” vein. The next number is another great moment, “Tra orizzonti e cantine”: mandolin, fiddle, accordion and flutes by guest Franco D’Aniello will make you love this song.

Lennon Kelly shifts to the Italian music on the next two numbers. Franco D’Aniello also guests on “Sangue e sale”, a song featuring electric guitar and“Lunga vita al re” has a catchy Italian accordion sound and some ska guitar.

Festa al fiume” is the number that Celtic punk fans will enjoy: a fast-paced anthem where accordion and tin whistle set the pace. It's a song to be filed together with Finnegan’s Hell’s CDs. The next number is the banjo led cover of “Drunken Sailor”, “Un marineri imbarigh a e Ziznatich”. Lennon Kelly has merged both “Drunken Sailor” and “Drowsy Maggie” on their rendition.

Sette nodi” is a familiar song, since it can be found on their previous mini-album too. This one features the well-known “Morrison’s” jig

Galway Girl” was recorded as a single in 2014 (You can watch the video HERE).As I wrote when I reviewed Keily’s Folk album, this song is really enjoyed by Italian bands, since Lennon Kelly, Keily’s Folk and Meneguinness have covered “Galway Girl”. Lennon Kelly’s rendition is really remarkable, thanks to the electric guitar arrangements.

To finish up, Lennon Kelly delivers a ballad called “Il santo bevitore” and a song based on a poem by Giuseppe Bartoli,La Morte di Corbari”. Modena City Ramblers' flutist plays too on this amazing number.

Lunga vita al re” comes in a jewel case with an 8 track booklet. The lyrics to all the songs, thank-yous and full credits are stated on the booklet and back cover.

Fans loving folk rock bands blending Celtic influences with their own local folk music will appreciate this amazing work by Cesena’s finest band, Lennon Kelly.

Tracklist:

01 - C.P.I. 2:19
02 - Tra orizzonti e cantine 3:46
03 - Sangue e sale 3:58
04 - Lunga vita al re 3:27
05 - Festa al fiume 2:37
06 - Un marineri imbarigh a e Ziznatich 3:11
07 - Sette nodi 4:21
08 - Galway girl 3:10
09 - Il santo bevitore 4:52
10 - La morte di Corbari 5:37


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Saturday, May 23, 2015

VIDEO - KILT THE MESSENGER "Coming to a Theater Near You"

The second video from Kilt the Messenger upcoming sophomore album.

Kilt the Messenger - Coming to a Theater Near You



 

Friday, May 22, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - THE SOUTH SHORE RAMBLERS "Open Room Sessions"

The South Shore Ramblers live session at Open Room Recording Studios. Greenside. Johannesburg. Live and mixed a long the way by Darryl Torr. (NAME YOUR PRICE)

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

FEATURED ALBUMS AT CELTIC-FOLK-PUNK RADIO (22-23 May 2015)

These are the featured bands for this weekend:

- Lennon Kelly "Lunga vita al re"
- Five Leaf Clover "Meet Me in a Pub"

Songs by  The Bay Street Bastards, The Shillelaghs, River Jacks, Vintage Wine, Greenland Whalefishers and more will be played too

This is the weekend schedule:

Friday 22 May 2015

6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Saturday 23 May 2015

2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Sunday 24 May 2015

2h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

There are two different playlists, and therefore every 4 hours the songs won't be the same. Besides, the order will be different every day. That is, if you can only listen to the radio on Friday,  for instance, at 22h00, you can listen again on Saturday at 22h00, since the songs won't be exactly the same.

Wolfstone "Not Enough Shouting" (2001) is the live album that will be played on Saturday at 20h00 CEST.

The Bucks (Terry Woods and Ron Kavana) "Dancin' to the Ceilí Band" (1994) is the essential album that will be played on Saturday at 23h05.

Tune in and enjoy!

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SKONTRA- ADVANCE FROM THEIR FOURTH ALBUM "Foguera"

The Asturian band Skontra is releasing their 4th album "Foguera" at the end of May. In the meanwhile, listen to the first song to be advanced.








BASTARDS ON PARADE ON TOUR

Bastards on Parade will be playing some gigs in France (Montpellier and Paris) and Germany (Karlsruhe, Spangenberg, Oberhausen, Ellerdorf and Waldkirchen) on their European Spring Tour.

For further information, visit the band's Facebook.





Wednesday, May 20, 2015

VIDEO - PADDY AND THE RATS "That's My Nature"

Paddy and the Rats brand new video for the song "That's My Nature". Enjoy!

Paddy and the Rats - That's My Nature







Monday, May 18, 2015

VIDEO - CREEDS CROSS "Devil's Deadly Hand"

Creeds Cross (Bart Foley - Lead vocal, guitar, Maria Kroon - Fiddle/Keys/Mandolin, Andreas Jensen - Bass, Grant Wildy - Drums and Percussion) have released today a new single which is available at Amazon and iTunes.

This is the official video for the song:



 



Thursday, May 14, 2015

FEATURED BANDS AT CELTIC-FOLK-PUNK RADIO (15-16 MAY 2015)

These are the featured bands for this weekend:

- The Maggie Whackers (song from an upcoming French compilation)
- Sons of O'Flaherty (songs from an upcoming French compilation)
- Firkin Revox (three songs from "Finger in the Pie" featuring their new singer)
- Pirate Copy (songs from their latest EP)
- The Scally Cap Brats (songs from their second album)
- The Dullahans (song from a German compilation)
- In Search of a Rose (song from a German compilation)

and songs by The Crazy Rogues, Piñata Protest, Stone Clover, Cockswain, The South Shore Ramblers and more.

This is the weekend schedule:

Friday 15 May 2015

6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Saturday 16 May 2015

2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Sunday 17 May 2015

2h00 (CEST, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

There are two different playlists, and therefore every 4 hours the songs won't be the same. Besides, the order will be different every day. That is, if you can only listen to the radio on Friday,  for instance, at 22h00, you can listen again on Saturday at 22h00, since the songs won't be exactly the same.

Tune in and enjoy!







LYRICS VIDEO - THE ROYAL SPUDS "Tonight I'm Stayin' In'"

This is the first track to be unveiled from The Royal Spuds forthcoming album "It's a Feckin' Freakshow". Tracklist as follows:

01 - Intro
02 - The Feckin' Freakshow
03 - The Mero
04 - Skipping Stones
05 - Beautiful Girl
06 - Mary Goes Round
07 - Tonight I'm Stayin' In
08 - The Dying Rebel
09 - Silver Linings
10 - Follow Me Up To Carlow
11 - Two More Pints





Wednesday, May 13, 2015

REVIEW - THE SCALLY CAP BRATS "Our Storied Past" (2015)

The Scally Cap Brats "Our Storied Past" Take a Shot Records
Release date: 31 March 2015
Runnning time: 37:55, 14 tracks


Our Storied Past”, The Scally Cap Brats second album, was released last March 31. The band from Ottawa have recorded 10 new tracks and re-recorded the 4 tracks from their previous effort, the “Don’t Look Back” EP. Regarding the music, The Scally Cap Brats remain faithful to the street punk and oi! sounds. Usually they are more Bishops Green and Harrington Saints than Booze & Glory and Gimp Fist if you know what I mean.

All the re-recorded tracks are shorter than the EP versions. My fave is “Barry Square”, which has got a new lease of life. “The Shiners War” also differs from their previous take (remember that the one on “Don’t Look Back” was an acoustic version)

There are a couple of numbers featuring bagpipes: tracks no. 6 “Take Me Away” and tracks no. 12 “Lonely Days & Drunken Night”. The former is an amazing song and the latter has a Dropkick Murphys twist. As you probably know, The Scally Cap Brats love Dropkick Murphys debut album “Do or Die”, so it’s normal to find another early Dropkick Murphys infused number: “No Matter What”.

So, which are IMHO the highlights on the album (together with “Barry Square” and “Take Me Away”)? “Going Down the Line”, an awesome North American oi! anthem, “Help Your Heroes”, a catchy street punk number à la Gimp Fist, the mandolin driven “18th to 21st” and the opening track “Our Storied Past”.

Our Storied Past” comes in a clear jewel case with lyric booklet, artwork by mandolin player Mike Franey. A vinyl version will be available in Summer 2015.

The Scally Cap Brats keep on evolving as a band and their latest album is a well-balanced collection of self-penned songs.

Tracklist:

01. Our Storied Past 02:37   
02. Barry Square 02:26   
03. Going Down The Line 01:52
04. Two Chord 03:27   
05. Claw And Dig 02:25
06. Take Me Away 02:44   
07. The Shiner's War 02:43   
08. Help Our Heroes 03:49
09. You Never Know 01:49   
10. Yankee Jim 03:16   
11. No Matter What 02:14   
12. Lonely Days and Drunken Nights 02:11
13. 18th to 21st 02:43
14. Dress Sharp, Drink Hard 03:05

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Review by Kinksmarkham



Tuesday, May 12, 2015

VIDEO - THE BAY STREET BASTARDS

The Bay Street Bastards have just released their official video for "Last Call".




Sunday, May 10, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - THE SOUTH SHORE RAMBLERS "A Novel Fate" demo track

The South Shore Ramblers are about half way done with writing their next EP. If you liked the last one then they are sure you are going to love what they are doing now. Not repeating themselves is vital and so far they are breaking new ground in whatever genre you want to throw them in. Apart from the actual writing and recording they are busy creating the artwork as well. Once again very different from their last effort. They will keep you updated and release a few more demos along the way. Thank you all for listening and appreciating what they do. Keep Ramblin'.


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Saturday, May 9, 2015

VIDEO - MIGHTY PLOUGHBOYS "Jenna McLean"

Mighty Ploughboys video for their latest single "Jenna McLean"

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Line-up:

Patrick Hearty - Lead vocals, rythm guitar
Sean Finnerty - Bass
Jim Lynch - Drums
John Rich - Lead guitar, backing vocals
Renato Ghio - Guitar

Mighty Ploughboys - Jenna McLean




Lyrics for Jenna McLean by The Mighty Ploughboys
 
I believe in all of it ..whoah..in the wee hours in the morning. .Jenna gives me a smile.

Now I’m feeling upside down and I it seems that I’m getting nowhere fast just a matter no facts

Pre Chorus:

She said – when it comes I will try to survive it..said her eyes and things that surround it..i pretend but it still seems so blurry..because

Chorus:

When your just wasting time but you can’t take your eyes away from me

And you say its fine but I’m standing here- I’m right in front of you

And you say loves blind but Jenna cant always have everything


Now I am fighting urge whoah right and wrong start pushing back sometimes my life’s too fast

Was it something I was feeling and now I don’t even wanna ask...Jenna gives me a sigh

Pre Chorus:

She said – when it comes I will try to survive it..said her eyes and things that surround it..i pretend but it still seems so blurry..because

Chorus:

When your just wasting time but you can’t take your eyes away from me

And you say its fine but I’m standing here- I’m right in front of you

And you say loves blind but Jenna cant always have everything

Ha..cause you were some I liked..it could have been something

Get hold of it. Flashed before my eyes

Get hold of it. Flashed before my eyes

Pre Chorus:

She said – when it comes I will try to survive it..said her eyes and things that surround it..i pretend but it still seems so blurry..because

Chorus:

When your just wasting time but you can’t take your eyes away from me

And you say its fine but I’m standing here- I’m right in front of you

And you say loves blind but Jenna cant always have everything

Have everything..

Friday, May 8, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - X-FANEKAES " X-Versionaes" EP

X-Fanekaes have just released an EP covering Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, The Real McKenzies, The Dreadnoughts and Pipes and Pints, "X-Versionaes".

The EP can be downloaded for free from Bandcamp (Name Your Price). Please feel free to pay for the music.

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Thursday, May 7, 2015

VIDEO - PIRATE COPY "Goin' Down a Storm"

Pirate Copy have a new video, "Goin' Down a Storm", off their new EP "Goin' Down a Storm". You can listen to the three track EP from Bandcamp.







Wednesday, May 6, 2015

REVIEW - Mr IRISH BASTARD - "The World, The Flesh and The Devil" (2015)

Mr. Irish Bastard "The World, the Flesh and the Devil" Reedo Records
Release date: 8 May 2015
Running time: 52:07 13 tracks, 59:39 13 tracks + 2 bonus tracks


Mr Irish Bastard, the legendary band from Germany, is releasing their brand new album on May 8th, that is, just one day before Europe Day. And it’s clear than the six piece band from Munster is at the forefront of the European Celtic punk scene.

The World, The Flesh and the Devil” kicks off with “Kingdom of the Sun”. After listening to the first notes, I feel that I have put another CD on the player. Greenland Whale Fishers? No, immediately the vocals and sound become familiar. Yes, they are Mr. Irish Bastard, the chorus is addictive as usual and there is enough place for the electric guitar.

The following track is one of the best numbers on this CD: “Drink Another Day”. It’s a catchy song featuring fiddle, tin whistle, banjo, electric guitar and mandolin. The chorus? Perfect: “When Irish eyes are smiling / and Irish souls are fighting / With a raised glass and a raised fist / I’ll fight my way out of this / And we’ll live to drink another day”. First anthem to add to the new collection.

On “Ballad of a Workshy Man”, the boys and the girl take a different approach, a sort of an angrier SIR REG.

Monsters in the Light” is a song with Brit-pop influences à la Madness and infectious chorus. It’s followed by another highlight, “I Hope They Sell Beer in Hell”. Second anthem to sing along at the pub.

Don’t You Walk Away” is a cross between The Men They Couldn’t Hang and Pretenders. Interesting song.

The third anthem is “Fuck You My Darling”. It has the same banjo sound that can be heard on “I Hope They Sell Beer in Hell” and this time Mr Irish Bastard visits the polka territory.

Black Island Ferry” is a 100% Mr. Irish Bastard classic sound and “Captain o Captain” moves again to the pop end with amazing chorus.

Three anthems are not enough, here comes the anthem number four: “That Bitch Drank My Whiskey”. Mr. Irish Bastard at its best: lively, catchy …

All the Time In the World” begins with a female choir and has a Levellers from the late 90’s influence.

Evil Ways” is the last of the kick-ass anthems on “The World, The Flesh and The Devil”. Probably it’s my fave song together with track two.

The standard version of the album ends up with “Grey Grey Grass”, an epic number.

Regarding the bonus tracks, “Black Dog” is really a well-written song and every single instrument has its place to shine, including fiddle and accordion. “Come Out Fighting” is a more intimate number.

The World, The Flesh and The Devil” has been produced by Jörg Umbreit and has been recorded by the band’s classic line-up (Mr. Irish Bastard on guitar and vocals, Lady Lily on tin whistle, Gran E. Smith on banjo and mandolin, Boeuf Strongenuff on bass and Ivo K’Nivo on drums) together with the so-called “Travelling Bastards” Itchy Quetchy on accordion and P and Moe Leicester on electric guitars and fiddler Fingers O’Toole. The album is available on mp3, vinyl, CD and limited CD de luxe edition (have a look to the pic).

The European Celtic punk scene is growing and new bands from Germany,  Hungary, Italy, Belgium or France are offering something fresh and attractive. However, the not-so-young bands like Mr Irish Bastard are still alive and kicking. They are back with a vengeance. The pubs are open, so grab a pint of stout and enjoy Mr Irish Bastard new Top Ten album.


Tracklist:

01 - Kingdom of the Sun 3:44
02 - Drink Another Day 3:56
03 - Ballad of a Workshy Man 3:22
04 - Monsters in the Light 4:00
05 - I Hope They Sell Beer in Hell 3:35
06 - Don't You Walk Away     Mr. Irish Bastard     3:51
07 - F**k You My Darling 4:10
08 - Black Island Ferry 3:43
09 - Captain O Captain 4:06
10 - That Bitch Drank My Whiskey3:11
11 - All the Time in the World 4:37
12 - Evil Ways 3:25
13 - Grey Grey Grass 4:36
14 - Black Dog 4:34
15 - Come Out Fighting 4:41
   
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Review by Kinksmarkham


Tuesday, May 5, 2015

FEATURED ALBUMS AT CELTIC-FOLK-PUNK RADIO (8-10 MAY 2015)

 
Mr. Irish Bastard "The World, The Flesh and The Devil", Cockswain "Séamus", Foxes Faux "Fox Tales" and The Pox Men "s/t" are the featured albums at Celtic-Folk-Punk Radio.


This is the weekend schedule:


Friday 8 May 2015


6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)


Saturday 9 May 2015


2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)


Sunday 10 may 2015


2h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)



There are two different playlists, and therefore every 4 hours the songs won't be the same. Besides, the order will be different every day. That is, if you can only listen to the radio on Friday,  for instance, at 22h00, you can listen again on Saturday at 22h00, since the songs won't be exactly the same.
Tune in and enjoy!


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http://tunein.com/station/?StationId=196762


1) Mr. Irish Bastard (Münster, Germany)


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2) Cockswain (Phoenix,  AZ, USA)

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3) Foxes Faux (Keighley, West Yorkshire, England)

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MORE NEWS!!!!

A live album and a seminal studio album will be played on Saturday. These are the albums that will be played on Saturday 9 May 2015:

- Tonynara "Live.2" (1999) at 20:00 CET
- The Mollys "Hat Trick" (1997) at 23:25 CET

Info about these bands

1) Tonynara (Lyon, France)

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Line-up:

Tony Canton - Fiddle, tin whistle
Nass Hassani - Lead vocals, guitar, bodhrán, bendir
Rachid Hassani - Guitar, backg. vocals , banjo, mandolin
Yves Donzel - Drums, percussion, guitar, bckg. vocals
Estelle Amsellen - Double bass

Discography:

"Combat Folk" (Cassette, 1991, 8 tracks)
"Vagabondage" (1992, 11 tracks)
"Sham Rock" (1994, 10 tracks)
"Pacific Way" (1996, 12 tracks)
"Live 1" (March 1999, 15 tracks)
"Live 2" (July 1999, 14 tracks)


2) The Mollys (Tucson, AZ, USA)

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Line-up:
 

Nancy McCallion - Vocals, guitar, tin whistle
Catherine Zavala - Vocals, mandolin, bodhrán, fiddle
Kevin Schramm - Accordion, guitar, banjo, bouzouki, vocals
Dan Sorenson - Bass
Gary Mackender - Drums, vocals, percussion

Discography:

"Tidings of Comfort & Joy" (1992, 10 tracks)
"This Is My Round" (1995, 14 tracks)
"Hat Trick" (1997, 14 tracks)
"Wanking Out West (Live)" (1997, 10 tracks)
"Moon Over the Interstate" (1998, 11 tracks)
"Only a Story" (2000, 13 tracks)
"Trouble" (2002)
"Live at El Casino Ballroom" (2011, 11 tracks)



Monday, May 4, 2015

DUST RHINOS - LYRICS VIDEO FOR "FRIENDS OF MINE"

Help again the Dust Rhinos:


"We want you and your buddies to be in our video for "Friends of Mine". We are collecting footage from friends and fans and other musicians, singing along with the "Friends of Mine" chant and the HEY. We are also collecting b-roll footage of things they are doing with their friends. It can be shot on a cell phone or a camera or anything that will record video. We are then going to cut all of the footage together with a few bits of us playing the song. If you wouldn’t mind doing it we would love to have you in the video. We are collecting footage until May 30th. Should you choose to accept this challenge simply drop us a line when you have your footage shot and we will make arrangements for it’s transfer.

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TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC AND INSTRUMENTS INFOGRAPHIC BY PAUL MURPY











Paul Murphy is the Managing Director of Murphy of Ireland, an Irish clothing retailer in business for over 75 years based in Co. Donegal in Ireland.

He produced this infographic ‘Traditional Irish Music and Instruments’ which is an overview of the origins of Irish traditional music and instruments from the Celts in 500BC to present day.

As a heritage retailer producing products made in Ireland, he is interested in all aspects of Irish heritage, culture and customs and he thinks that Celtic punk/rock fans might be interested in this too.

You can visit his page HERE


Sunday, May 3, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - THE CRAZY ROGUES "Demo 2015"

The Crazy Rogues hail from Vezprém, Hungary. Their 2 track demo is available at Bandcamp (Name Your Price)


Line-up:

Biermann Teo - Flute
Fellegi Krisztián - Banjo
Godár Máté - Electric guitar, vocals
Fazekas Gábor - Bass, vocals
Nagy Ákos - Drums
Szelényi Dániel - Acoustic guitar, vocals
Faragó Dániel - Violin

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REVIEW - DUST RHINOS "I Should Behave" (2015)

Dust Rhinos "I Should Behave"
Release date: 27 January 2015
Running time: 36:25, 10 tracks

 

Dust Rhinos are a band to file together with other Canadians bands such as Spirit of the West and Great Big Sea. Even if unfortunately the band fronted by Blair McEvoy has not got the same recognition, they have offered some of the best Celtic rock songs coming from Canada.

The Dust Rhinos have been around since 1992 and have released one EP (“Second Set”, 2007), one compilation of their two early albums ("Prehistoric - The Songs of Helter Celtic & On a Rampage", 2010) and seven studio albums. The latest one is titled “I Should Behave” and has been released thanks to an IndieGoGo campaign. The album, produced by Murray Pulver, has been recorded by the same musicians that recorded their previous effort, “The Day After the Night Before” (2009), that is, Blair McEvoy on lead vocals, guitar and bodhrán, Dale Brown on fiddle mandolin and bckg. vocals, Dan Cannon on bass and bckg. vocals, Andy Bart on fiddle, mandolin and bckg. vocals and Darren Wittmann on drums.

What can you find on “I Should Behave”? A couple of standards, a traditional shanty  and seven originals. Regarding the standards, “Rocky Road to Dublin” gets a Celtic punk treatment with Blair strong vocals, plenty of fiddle and a great rhythm section. Besides, a fast-paced tune has been added at the end of the song. Even if it’s a fecking good take, I prefer their rendition of “Mad Tom of Bedlam”. The intensity of the song grows little by little from a jazzy beginning to a fiddle attack à La Bottine Souriante.

Regarding the self-penned numbers, IMHO the standouts are the opening track “Friends of Mine”, a fantastic fiddle led anthem (“United we stagger and divided we fall/ We will stand together, all for one and one for all”), the country infused “Buy the Band a Round”, “Ballad of Billy Miner” (reminiscent of the Oysterband) and “Drank the Whole Town Dry” with its fiddle and mandolin tunes.


Apart from those numbers, check out the traditional shanty “Hog Eye Man” and the closing track “I Should Behave”, a comedy number about waking up after drinking with the boys.

As you can see, the album cover is amazing. And talking about album covers, Dust Rhinos are sorely missing Des McLoughlin, their “Got Guinness” cover boy and staple of the Toad in the Hole pub who recently passed away.

I Should Behave” is available at CDBaby, iTunes and Amazon. Go ahead and grab a copy of the latest album by the Celtic rockers from the Canadian prairie.

Tracklist:

01 - Friends of Mine 3:24
02 - Mad Tom of Bedlam 3:13
03 - Drive All Night 4:10
04 - Rocky Road to Dublin 5:13
05 - Hold Back the Water 3:35
06 - Buy the Band Round 2:41
07 - Ballad of Billy Miner 3:20
08 - Hog Eye Man 3:07
09 - Drank the Whole Town Dry 3:11
10 - I Should Behave 4:09

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Saturday, May 2, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - SCORDISCI "Birdie's Song"

An edit version of Scordisci song "Birdie's Song" is included in the Serbian Rockaway Lake Battle of the Bands album that is available for free at Bandcamp.

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REVIEW - THE HUMBLE HOOLIGANS "Breaking Through" (2014)

The Humble Hooligans "Breaking Through" Self-released
Release date: 28 February 2014
Running time: 21:00, 6 tracks


The Humble Hooligans hail from Long Beach. They are part of the So-Cal Celtic rock scene with the likes of Brick Top Blaggers and American Wake. The band have been around since 2004 in different incarnations from 2 members to 7 members. They have released a couple of live albums (2008 and 2012) and an Irish album (2013). “Breaking Through” is a 6 track EP featuring mostly original songs.

Breaking Through” was released at the end of February 2014 and then the band’s  line-up was Troy Rulmyr (vocals, guitar), Bill Singer (vocals, mandolin), Brian Carroll (accordion), Heath Milton (vocals, bass), Helmut de la Cruz (Drums). Their friend Matt Maulding (Brick Top Blaggers) guested on the opening track “Drowsy Maggie/After Awhile”.

My fave numbers are “Come Back to Me” and “Never Met a Girl”. Curiously, live versions of both songs can be found on their 2012 live album “Live at the Auld Dubliner”. “Come Back to Me” has a kick-ass mandolin part reminiscent of the early Mahones albums and the accordion on “Never Met a Girl” is slightly different from the other tracks on the EP.

The set “Drowsy Maggie/After Awhile” is very interesting too, since the former is a tune and the latter is a song, but they match perfectly well. “Salty Girls” is a polka featuring amazing mandolin again, a backing accordion and clappings too.

Fans will be familiar with “Sweet Magdalene”, as The Humble Hooligans released a video for this song last September and it was posted here.

Finally, “Young Ned of The Hill” is a reggae infused cover of the Terry Woods and Ron Kavana’s classic from The PoguesPeace & Love” album (remember that the “original” version of this song is featured on Kean Loach’s “Hidden Agenda” movie)

Breaking Through” is delivered in a sleeve. The back side has a big picture of the band, their old logo and the track list.

The Humble Hooligans current line-up is Troy Rulmyr (vocals, guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo, tin whistle), Kevin Patrick Taylor (accordion), Eric Awesome (drums) and Eloy Palacios (bass). The band is working on a European tour. They have confirmed gigs in France, Scotland, Ireland, and Sweden, but they want/need more. If you haven't reached out to them and know a bar, venue or person to contact, please let them know, it will narrow their search exponentially.



Tracklist:

1 - Drowsy Maggie/After Awhile 5:05
2 - Come Back to Me 3:06
3 - Salty Girls 2:57
4 - Sweet Magdalene 3:09
5 - Never Met a Girl 2:54
6 - Young Ned of the Hill 3:46

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