Irish singer/songwriter J Eoin, originally from Limerick, spent nearly three decades living in London before moving back to his native land last summer. He's a master guitarist and once you hear his voice, you fall in love forever. He has exactly that kind of voice that calms you down when you need it. You can enjoy J Eoin's voice to the fullest on his new album Sunshowers where it's just guitar and vocal. Seems like some songwriters were simply born to make an album like that and J Eoin is undeniably one of them.
A folk guitarist and singer-songwriter from Limerick in the west of Ireland with the soul in her distinctive vocal. Delicate guitar work complements an intuitive sense of melody. Emma Langford’s insightful penmanship combined with a cheerful stage-demeanor prove a winning combination, creating an engaging live presence. She has to date shared a stage with globally renowned artists such as Ron Sexsmith, Hudson Taylor, Mary Black, Phil Coulter, Mundy, Eddi Reader, Mick Flannery and Declan O’Rourke.
The long-anticipated new album by Irish modern Celtic band Sliotar is finally here. There is no better title than Voyage to capture all adventures and the history of the band. Those who are familiar with Sliotar's music can expect the familiar sound with the well-crafted songs and the tunes that simply can't keep your feet still. And what about those who just discovered the band? You're hooked forever.
Sometimes you hear music that takes you on a journey. Journey to a different world. A world where you forget everyday troubles and just enjoy what you hear. Is that a sign of a good song? Without doubt. In fact, that's what an artist is looking for, no matter what field he or she is in - to have an impact on people, to create something that people remember. This is the case of Donal Coghlan's EP My Journey.
Odyssey Desperado is a melodic hard rock project that started in 2014 in Athens, Greece. His dream was to share the music and the ideas he had in his mind with other people. To achieve that he worked with some of the greatest Greek voices in the genre. The result is born four years later and called Don't Miss the Sunset.
Lucky Bones aka Eamonn O'Connor, is a singer songwriter from Dublin. A chance encounter in Kansas in 2009 with producer Stephen Ceresia resulted in the first album the following year. On a return to Dublin O'Connor put a band together and started touring the new material. The band returned to Texas and recorded their second album there in 2012. The album was picked as "Album of the week" by Ireland's national broadcaster RTE Radio 1. The work on the third album, Matchstick Men, began in January 2017. Recorded and produced by Gavin Glass. Drawing on previous influences and the synth sound of The Cure and atmospheric feel of early albums by The Verve, Matchstick Men is finally here.
Rox Diamond is a band that was originally formed in 1985, with the name Casanova back then. The band recorded a few songs and started performing live but when they signed a record deal, the band name had to be changed due to the fact there already was a band by the name of Casanova. That is how Rox Diamond was born.
London born Vienna based songwriter Mark Peters comes with his EP Spirits. From the first chords of the opening track you could tell he's a master of his instrument. The guitar is there to serve his songs and co-create the magic with his soft and evocative vocal.
Dublin singer/songwriter Luke Clerkin has built a strong reputation as one of the hardest working musicians on the current Irish music scene with over 250 gigs across the country in the year 2015. Having played events both big and small and enjoyed the spotlight of the capital's most prestigious venues, he's now coming with a new EP entitled Second Starts.
The Dundalk songwriter has been enchanting the crowds not only at home in Ireland but also in the United States and many other places. This thanks mainly to his co-patriot and songwriting hero Glen Hansard who took him as special guest on his US tour. Now David's back in the States on his own.