PrYmary Colours is a two-piece electronic act from Ireland with one mission - to spread positivity with its music. The group has several releases under its belt and notable media coverage, including features on RTE and the Irish Times, where they were labelled ‘New Artist Of The Week’ twice. The first release of the project, also aptly named The Movement, is a soulful and upbeat track with an infectious driving rhythm that harkens to the heydays of the 90s. Daz, the brains behind PrYmary Colours’ beats, infuses the traditional Irish Kerry Polka with modern elements of disco in a sonical effort to bring society closer together through the blending of past and present influences.
A solid base of rock. Bits of indie and acid. Rashers of grunge and blues. The four members of the band Rufusking prepare a musical meal for you with their very own ingredients. And they are ready to serve it to the world... Since 2017, the Dutch four-piece band has been working on their own repertoire. In February 2019 the band broke loose from the rehearsal room and released their very first single – Vinegar Joe – on September 26th of that year and played many shows in local pubs and clubs in The Netherlands. On December 18th 2020, Rufusking released Poor Mister Lee. The band members are inspired by bands such as Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam, The Rolling Stones, Oasis and the Stereophonics. Versatile, but recognizable.
KinetiX is comprised of 3 brothers from Co. Offaly, Ireland - Arthur (drums), Ademar (keys/synths), and Theodore (vocals). They amalgamate a variety of elements from differing genres into their music, to create their unique style of pop music. Arthur, Theodore and Ademar Stones began learning traditional Irish music, on the banjo, fiddle and button accordion. They enjoyed success in the traditional Irish music scene, collectively winning 23 All-Ireland solo medals at Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann competitions. In 2010, they played on the Late Late Toy Show, playing the accordion, banjo and bouzouki.
Born in 1989 in Sicily, Southern Italy, Roberta Scimè lives near Lake Como and she has always sung and listened to music. At the age of 9 she understood that music would be the most important thing in her life because she sang “Colors of the wind” from “Pocahontas” in front of her family: that led her to write first songs in Italian at 10, while at 14 she started to play the guitar. Then she began to write songs in English, to play as a soloist and in groups and to study singing technique. In 2017 she started to play songs everywhere in Italy, participating and organizing a lot of musical events. In may 2018 she won two special prizes, while in august 2018 she won the First Prize of the New Proposals at the Live Song Festival in Traversetolo, Parma: the Italian composer and musician Fio Zanotti chose her as the winner. Her most important influences are The Beatles, Avril Lavigne, The Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Dolly Parton, Miley Cyrus, Sarah Jarosz, Sofia Talvik, First Aid Kit, Green Day and some Italian songwriters like De Gregori, De André, Paola Turci, Cesare Cremonini and Nomadi.
Rī Wolf is now releasing his debut EP “Strawberry Fields”. This soulful South Texas storyteller has rolled out a project that is genuine and authentic to who he is as an artist. With a collection of songs that are influenced by the blues, soul and classic country, Wolf brings a contemporary vibe and melody that brings them into the modern age giving the listener something new but familiar all at the same time.
Davey Long is a songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist from Kilkenny City who is well known in the Irish music scene. He has appeared on several albums including Celtic Woman’s GRAMMY nominated Destiny, The Fundamentals Past and Present Collide, Edisons Little Bohemia, The Kilkennys The Colour Of Freedom, Emma Langford’s Sowing Acorns and The Barnets’ forthcoming LP. Davey co-wrote On The Carousel for the popular folk band Drops Of Green and the song went on to win an ASLR Celtic Music Award.
"It's been an exciting time.” says Paul Finn, frontman and songwriter for SOMEFINN. Since releasing their debut album, ‘…Tsk, Tsk…’, but especially since the release of their two singles, ‘Nobody’s Fool’, and ‘Starlet’s Dream’, they have seen rapidly growing interest in their unique take on alternative art-rock. “We have four gigs lined up this month. It's hard to believe - we’re really grateful for it.” 'Contact' marks the band’s third single from their debut album, a darkly alluring song about seeking connection. A highly percussive piece, Finn describes it as ‘tribal’. “It’s a passion cry, a crying out for touch.”
Michael Kerr is a full-time working musician and singer/songwriter from Belfast. Whilst making a living on the local circuit, Michael has been slowly building his portfolio as a singer/songwriter and he really came to the fore following the release of his 2018 EP, 'Treasure Chest'. Since that release, Michael has supported artists such as Steve Earle, John Oates, Hothouse Flowers and he's also been playlisted on local commercial radio stations as well as a play on Radio 1s Introducing. Influenced by the likes of Noel Gallagher, Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty, his songwriting has evolved to form melody driven songs on a foundation of swelling guitars and heartfelt lyrics. Life Goes On’ will be Michael’s first single release from his upcoming EP due out in 2022.
Moving from Florida to Ireland in pursuit of musical ambitions, singer-songwriter Devin Reardon has a new surf-rock indie-anthem following his first release’s flash of originality in the indie Irish music scene. With a colorful musical background starting at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Florida for music and theatre, then further education in musical theatre at Florida State University's Musical Theatre program, Reardon brings strong vocals and exciting indie-pop compositions. Reardon has a passion for storytelling in his songs. From humble beginnings drumming for years in Moist Patio, then performing as a member of acclaimed collegiate Acapella group, Reverb. His experiences help create a bright vocal-saturated beach-rock inspired track squeezing the last drops of sunshine out of Irish summer.
Hailing from County Kildare in Ireland, Peco draws inspiration from the culture, the land and the people around him, both dark and light. He has a long and varied history in the music world, playing in bands since he was a teenager, crossing genres of Rock, Americana and Folk music. Before performing under the Peco moniker, he was the singer-songwriter behind folk-rock act Valentine Black. The band enjoyed critical acclaim for their album ‘Desire Lines’ and the three singles lifted from it. They toured around Ireland, the UK, America and Canada. Previous to that he played in a number of bands over the years including, prog-rock outfit Bright Light Fiasco, and folk-pop band Pedestrienne, both of whom enjoyed local success with singles and high profile Irish gigs.