UK/Irish duo Morning Midnight release their new song 'Paradise'. 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.
Angela Powis is a singer/songwriter from Worcestershire, UK. She has been singing and releasing music for 3 years now. She mentiones Lana del Rey, Dolly Parton, Ed Sheeran or Adele as her influlences. She had one of her songs, "A moment in time" played on BBC Introducing. She now releases a new single called "When a Heart Breaks An Angel Cries." About the track she says " I was going through heartbreak when I wrote this song. I realised, the world including myself needed a lot more love! I thought what would I say to someone going through this?
Peter Richardson is a 23-year old singer/songwriter from Dublin. An avid songwriter since the age of 15, Peter grew up surrounded by music. After testing the waters with his original songs at a college open mic, Peter began properly recording his music at home in the summer of 2020. A few months later in October he released his debut single, “The End of The World”, an indie folk ballad filled with choral vocals and stirring, apocalyptic lyrics and instrumentation.
Cosmic Embers are an Irish psychedelic rock band. They are Paddy O’Keeffe (Guitars, Vocals), Adam Walsh (Bass) and Anto Walsh (Drums). They began playing music together in the summer of 2021, and quickly began writing afterwards. They have given hundreds of hours to creating unique sonic landscapes dedicated to telling stories of navigating the strange social missions given to the intrepid explorer of relationships in the post-pandemic West. The band fuse genres effortlessly, taking blues, hardcore experimental, and traditional songwriting in their stride. The family band have found that the generation gap within the bad, and the differing musical tastes this entails, is consistently leading to unique music for them. They are looking forward to showcasing their distinctive brand of rock to live audiences around Ireland this summer.
Ross A. is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer and voiceover artist who received the Agility Award 2022. Flowing To You, Flowing Through is his first release from collection of work funded in part by the Arts Council bursary enabling artists and arts workers to develop their skills and practices. Formerly Ross Breen, the Kildare musician grew his reputation as a respected songwriter through extensive radio coverage of his work (RTE Radio 1, Today FM, Radio Nova, Newstalk FM Songwriter of the Year), TV appearances (RTÉ 1’s The Saturday Night Show) and consistent presence on the live scene and festival circuit (Electric Picnic, Body and Soul, Indiependence).
Vincent Vaughan is a recording artist from a little place called Mullinahone in the county of Tipperary. When it comes to choosing a debut single, the choice can often be a tough one for a singer. After all, the world is full of amazing songs. Two rules-of-thumb, however, that are well worth being guided by if you decide to introduce yourself with a cover version, are pick a brilliant song, and then, crucially... do it justice. With his decision to release Rodney Crowell's 1989 single Many A Long and Lonesome Highway as his first record, Vincent Vaughan has picked a class song, and he has put his heart into it too.
Eoghan Moylan is an alternative pop artist from Galway, Ireland. He was born and raised in Connemara, and spent most of his early life surrounded by traditional music and dance. Eoghan went from impromptu sessions with family and friends in his grandmother's kitchen, to learning the piano on his older sister’s broken old keyboard. He has never looked back since.
Kevin Neary is a 27 year-old Irish singer-songwriter, originally from Co.Galway. He has found a following with his unique, soulful voice and sound, celebrating the exploration of an eclectic mix of genres in neo-Soul, acoustic, pop, folk and rock. He has been likened to artists such as Dermot Kennedy, Hozier, Matt Corby, Gavin James, Paulo Nutini and Tom Odell. From humble busking roots, Kevin grew his musicianship on the streets of Galway and Dublin, where he now continues to stop the masses with his performances.
Markéta Irglová, the Academy Award winner known most famously for staring in the movie ‘ONCE’ and as one half of the duo The Swell Season, is ready to step back into the spotlight with LILA, her first record in over eight years. Irglová’s time away has been far from quiet as she married, had three children, and built a studio all while working on music near constantly in the intermitting years. While many artists are busy offering up their pandemic record, LILA is a work that has been long in progress. With its confessional-like nature, the record offers insight into Irglová’s journey and how she has managed to find balance in her career as an artist, wife and mother, while embracing the full paradox of love, which softens even as it provides strength.
Lindsey Farrow has a real passion for music, in her spare time she is a recording artist at E.B.A Records, specialising in popular music. Lindsey is also an administrator at Leeds City Council which she uses to help fund her passion. She sings straight from the heart, her songs are raw and heartfelt.