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Brutus Daughters – Beating Beyond Folk Ashes

Beating Beyond Folk Ashes

Fans of Celtic punk are in for a treat when they stumble across Brutus Daughters. A folk punk band from Spain, Madrid to be precise. Spain has a thriving Celtic punk scene, and has produced many great bands throughout that region, and Brutus Daughters are one of them. I would …

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Jasper Coal – Drowning the Shamrock

Drowning The Shamrock

Jasper Coal’s album “Drowning the Shamrock” opens with ‘Step it out Marry‘, the band’s take on the traditional Irish song written by Sean McCarthy. This expansive recording features lots of instrumentation and great vocal performances. Fantastic harmonies, both vocally and instrumentally, and added atop flowing strings and supportive drums. The …

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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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Irish Moutarde – Raise ‘Em All

raise em all

Raise Em’ All opens up with ‘The Cabin.’ This track showcases great production and mixing capabilities from the very get-go. An intriguing intro makes way for a very unique display of dueling instruments. At many times during the song, there is a whole lot going on; at no point does …

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