Luke Clerkin - Live From The Library (EP)
Luke Clerkin is a two time Sports and Cultural Council Song-Writing competition winning singer-songwriter. His music has gained international airplay and support, whilst also topping the Irish Singer Songwriter Charts on multiple occasions. Luke is known mostly for playing over 250 gigs in 2015, as a way of honing his craft. Since then he has headlined famous Dublin venues such as Whelan’s, The Workman’s Club, and The Button Factory. His music has brought him all over the world, with multiple tours of Germany, as well as festival slots in America, UK, and Ireland.
Eamonn McCormack - Eamonn McCormack
Irish blues rock legend Eamonn McCormack has a new single and lyric video out, and this Living Hell turned out so sinister that if it was a hurting creature, it would bleed black. Dealing with the criminogenic nature of drug prohibition and institutionalized war mongery, the song’s musical direction could make it sail on the darkest depths of post metal with ease. Opening a new record with a slow hand and lines such as “Oh is there a dark shadow on their soul / Blood dripping from their hands yeah / Oh the devils work in this living hell” puts Eamonn in a good position to becoming the enfant terrible of heavy blues rock.
Keith Burke - Before You Go (single)
Veteran Dublin Songwriter Keith Burke is one of Ireland's best kept secrets. He has released three original albums. His debut "The Dancer who Stole your Shoes" achieved critical success in 2004 receiving the Hotpress "Pick of the fortnight". On the strength of it his band were invited to play a series of televised concerts in Italy and later three dates in the 2005 Guinness Cork Jazz festival. The album had national radio play on RTE 1 and NewsTalk, as well as many regional radio stations.
Herald K - Echo's Song (single)
This is the third time Herald K and Lina Louise collaborate. The first song involving the two was the duet 'Light Of Your Eyes' from Herald K's 2019 album 'Strange Delights'. Later, the single 'Arethusa' (2022) involved background vocals by Lina.
Theo Fitzgibbon - Waterfall (single)
J Eoin - Leyden
J Eoin is a singer/guitarist/songwriter from Limerick City, Ireland, with considerable experience as a live performer and studio musician in both traditional and contemporary folk music. He began his professional career in Ireland during the early ‘80’s touring with Clannad and Scullion before settling in London where he established himself as part of the thriving music scene there at the time. Early releases including ‘Ribbonmen’ (1991) and ‘Sean One Shoe’ (1994) defined J Eoin’s ‘Song Poetry’ style and received critical acclaim for their historical relevance and the quality of the song writing.
Morning Midnight - Happy Hour
Glasgow-based duo Morning Midnight finally release their debut album Happy Hour. A juxtaposition that makes sense from the jump, the bedroom-pop duo have created a sound where you constantly feel like you’re falling whilst being held. Made up of singer/ songwriter Jordan Scott, whose personal lyrics and soaring vocals captivate, and Jess Pascal whose background in production, piano playing and synthesis both ground and illuminate the group’s sound.
D. Cullen - Sing My Story, Tell My Song
D. Cullen is a songwriter/musician from Dublin, Ireland. He has just released his hotly anticipated new album Sing My Story, Tell My Song .The twelve-track album has been a long time in the making: writing started in 2018, with recording sessions with Boo Hewerdine and Chris Pepper in 2019, and the album was set for release in 2020 when it was derailed by Covid lockdowns.
POL - Everybody - Kevin McDaid Remix (single)
POL is a singer/songwriter from Ireland, with a passion for harmonies, hooks, and melodies. Writing, performing, and producing his own music is his form of artist expression, POL, an acronym of his initials in his native language, Irish, has developed and honed his skill of writing by sitting at a piano, hitting a chord, and let it lyrically and musically evolve.
Louis McTeggart - I Don't Wanna Know (single)
Louis McTeggart from Derry. Northern Ireland, has been working in the music industry for over 20 years. As a musician and covers artist he has travelled the world performing on cruise ships and ferries and as a songwriter he has had his music featured on TV, film and radio and played in some fantastic venues throughout Britain and Ireland. Louis' last single, “Beat of the Drum” brought him some amazing success as the song was played on mainstream and community radio throughout Ireland and on independent stations around the globe. He also appeared on several stations to promote it. ‘’I Don’t Wanna Know’’ is the third single to be released from Louis' upcoming album.