Category Archive: Singles

Mike Ross Band – Love The One You’re With

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Mike Ross has had a busy and successful year.  He released a solo record ,‘Jenny’s Place’ back in March and in November he was part of the RHR (Redfern, Huchtinson Ross) trio who released the acclaimed ‘Mahogany Drift’ record. And that doesn’t even begin to cover his almost constant gigging across the UK and Europe! […]

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Steph Cameron – Gold Dust Woman

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Ahead of a string of European tour dates commencing in January 2019, Steph Cameron has just released a cover of the Fleetwood Mac classic ‘Gold Dust Woman’. This marks her first release since 2017’s critically acclaimed ‘Daybreak Over Jackson Street’ and hints at what’s to come in 2019 with Cameron recording her new material with […]

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Cormac Neeson – Don’t Wait Up

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Best known for being the front man of Irish rock band The Answer, Cormac Neeson has just released the first single of his forthcoming solo record White Feather’. The single, entitled ‘Don’t Wait Up’, with its melodic light Americana-rock sound shines a light into the life of the artist with a beautifully crafted, introspective song that draws […]

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The 4 of Us – Birds Eye View

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There’s something special in the way The 4 of Us can casually turn a horrific series of events into nostalgia-drenched melodic memory. Much of their current record ‘Sugar Island’ touches on their experiences as children growing up in the Newry area of County Down close to the border with the Republic of Ireland and their current […]

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Mandy Bingham – The Days Of Pearly Spencer

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The 6th October 2017 will mark the 50th anniversary of the late David McWilliams’s hit ‘The Days Of Pearly Spencer’. To mark the occasion a new version of the song will be released by David’s daughter Mandy Bingham. Mandy along with her guitarist husband Graham has been quietly developing her own musical career over the […]

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King Cedar – Hey, I’m Stephen

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King Cedar is the new name on the lips of the alternative-folk community. Behind the alter-ego is a familiar voice, the tender tones of Stephen Macartney. The songwriter and vocalist formerly of Farriers has been a mainstay of the Northern Irish music scene for many years. He’s honed his craft in bars, backrooms, and festival […]

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Lo-Fi Fun Factory – Sunny Belfast

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‘Sunny Belfast’ is the current single from Lo-Fi Fun Factory. With an infectious riff and witty lyrics delivered by vocalist Dan Tindall, the song is a tongue in cheek commentary on life in the city of Belfast. Musically, it makes us think of a mix of Ian Dury’s songwriting and the vocal style of David […]

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The 4 of Us – Going South

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‘Going South’ is the current single from ‘Sugar Island’ the lastest long player from the 4 of Us. A clever tale of nostalgia told through the eyes of innocence, the song describes the long gone hassle of crossing the Irish Border from North to South in a smoke filled car. As the tale unfolds, the […]

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Matt McGinn – The End Of The Common Man

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Songwriter Matt McGinn is a familiar face on the Irish music scene. He’s traveled the world supporting major artists with his trusty guitar strapped to his back. Where others may have become world-weary, McGinn has honed his craft. He’s become more fired up and passionate about the world we live in. In days of terror […]

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Peter McVeigh – We Don’t Believe You

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We are all “Brenda from Bristol”. As soon as the echoes of another election came whispering through we all thought the same. You’re joking? Not another one. Oh for God’s sake. I can’t stand this. There’s too much politics going on at the moment. Why does she need to do it? She proclaimed. Whilst we […]

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