Fintan McKahey is a low-fi indie singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer from west Cork, Ireland. His EPs and several singles have achieved national radio play and press acclaim. He has performed headlines and showcases in major venues across the country. Though Fintan loves performing, his true passion lies with creating in the studio. He creates music that is spacey, chill, and at times experimental and psychedelic.
Luke Clerkin is a two time SCC Song Writing competition winning singer-songwriter from Dublin, Ireland. He has been playing and releasing music for the last 5 years. 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, The UK, and Ireland.
Dublin-based indie pop artist Cat Dowling will releases the fourth single to be taken from her recently released album ‘Animals’ via Forever In Financial Arrears Records (FIFA Records). ‘All That I Can Do’ while a dance song is also an intimate declaration of love. “All that I can do is give you my love” the songs opening line captures the intricate essence of this song. “Love is the greatest gift we can offer anyone and that includes ourselves” – Cat Dowling
Barry Tierney is an award-winning singer and songwriter from Kinsale, in the sunny south of Ireland. He grew up in a deeply musical family. An unmistakable voice, and a distinctly Irish penmanship, have served to gain Tierney a steady and growing supply of fans at home and abroad. Tierney has been presented songwriting awards by Robin Gibbs of The Bee Gees, and Bob Geldof of the Boomtown Rats, as well as by Jimmy Deenihan, the then-Irish Minister for Arts, after winning the IMRO sponsored Sean McCarthy writing festival award. Barry topped the Irish iTunes Charts in 2014 with his critically acclaimed album Hotel Alamar, which led to him signing a lifetime publishing deal with Universal Music Berlin. Barry has toured Russia, UK, Germany and the US, and has toured 6 months a year from 2014 until 2020. 2022 will see Tierney release his second studio album.
Victoria Keating is a singer/songwriter from west Cork, Ireland. She has worked with Christy Moore extensively since 2011, providing harmony vocals on five albums. She has also provided harmonies on Declan Sinnott’s second solo album. She has toured extensively with Christy and with Declan Sinnott playing sold out venues such as The Acoustic stage, Glastonbury and Vicar Street Dublin. She is building a loyal fanbase on her weekly show ‘Little Rooms, Big Music’ and is recording her first album of original material with Declan Sinnott and Martin Leahy
Christine B Phelan is a musician, singer-songwriter & producer from Cork, Ireland. She has spent the past ten years writing, recording and touring. As lead singer/writer with indie band ‘Parallel’, she released two studio albums, after which she set forth as a solo singer-songwriter. She released her debut EP ‘’Sapphire’’ in 2015 which consists of elements of folk, blues, pop and country, depicting influences such as Gillian Welsh, Lucinda Williams, Imelda May and Sheryl Crow.
Formed in 2017 by Reuben Maher (guitars, keys, vox) , Jonathan Parson (bass), Geraldine Thomas (vox) and Andrew McNeilage (drums) - their early gigs fused hard-edged guitar sounds with ambient keys, digital samples, and dance rhythms. These formative shows led the band towards honing their sound - immediate, distorted guitar hooks, driving bass lines, muscular drums and uncompromising vocals, delivered in both English and German.
Formed in 2013 with the intention of continuing the legacy of The Radiators from Space but with a main focus on recording and performing brand new material the band have certainly lived up to that mantra. To date Trouble Pilgrims have released three singles, the much-lauded double A side debut of Animal Gang Blues c/w Who Do You Love? which was followed in 2015 by Instant Polaroid (The Man on The Bridge). The band recorded their debut album over the summer of 2017 and the resulting work ‘Dark Shadows and Rust’ received its worldwide release to widespread acclaim on Chiswick Records via Ace on 27th October 2017 with a limited edition 180g red vinyl version released in January 2018.
Louis McTeggart is a singer/songwriter based in Derry, Northern Ireland and he is now releasing his new single “I Used to Dance”. Louis is an accomplished and talented musician and songwriter who has travelled the world performing, recording and collaborating for over 20 years. He is now excited to release what he feels is the best song he has wrote in a long time.
Stranger is the latest release by Irish singer Micah, making a change in her sound. It is a song inspired by dating app Tinder. The idea of trying to find ‘your’ person. However, when you begin dating you have some idea of what you are seeking in a partner or perhaps lover, and this is what the track tries to achieve with a pulsing beat and authentic storytelling. Lyrics and melody are by Micah and produced by LA based Killian Cruiser and mastered by Sony, Universal, Warner, EMI producer Christoph ‘Hadi’ Hassel.