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Lexington Field Signs With Heptown Records


San Diego based fiddle rock band Lexington Field, announced that they will be joining Swedish label HepTown Records. HepTown will distribute the band’s latest album No Man’s War, throughout Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The official European release date will be November 1, 2013. HepTown, which is also the label of …

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Photo Exhibition Will Showcase Dublin’s Punk Culture

Dublin Punk

Earlier last week The Little Museum of Dublin announced a new photo exhibition, entitled Where Were You? Inspired by Garry O’Neil’s book of the same name, it explores Dublin’s youth culture and street style from the 1950’s – 2000. The photos cover a wide range of styles and eras, including …

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Philip Chevron Passes Away


56 year old legendary guitarist Philip Chevron, has passed away after his battle with cancer. Philip had been battling disease since 2007 when he was first diagnosed with throat cancer. Several months ago Chevron said that it had returned, and this time was “incurable and terminal.” The Pogues posted in …

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Black 47 To Disband In 2014

Black 47

New York-based Celtic rock band Black 47, announced that they will disbanding in November 2014, twenty five years after the band’s first gig together. Front man Larry Kirwan said: There are no fights, differences over musical policy, or general skulduggery, we remain as good friends as when we first played …

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Irish Moutarde Announce Release Date For Raise ‘Em All

Irish Moutarde

Quebec based Celtic rock /punk band Irish Moutarde, have announced that their upcoming album Raise ‘Em All, will be release worldwide on September 17th, 2013. This album is a twelve songs party that perfectly blends together rock, punk, Celtic music, even metal! These musical styles are omnipresent, and the mix …

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