Listen of the Week – Irish Music Rock, Pop, Blues and More
I’ve been listening to my normal eclectic mix of music of late albeit the fact that I haven’t actually taken to The Life of Stuff to share my musical choices for quite a while. Well today I’d like to share with you a Mix Mash of Music Stuff for March. They are all my Listen’s of the Week and I’ve included music links and gig information too.
The Hard Ground
The Hard Ground’s second Album: Triptych.
Triptych is due for release on Friday April 10th on the bands own Rainbow Rain Records label.
New Abandcalledboy singles, tracks: George Best In Show / Paul Simon’s Daily Routine
Release Date is 10th March 2015 on the label Dead Academic Records
Doppler have just released their new free download through our Soundcloud ‘Railroad’
David has just finished recording, producing and mastering his first Blues Album ‘Ruirteach Blues’ and the launch night will be on March 20th in The Grand Social.
Fox Jaw’s ‘Siren’s Call’, the fourth single taken from their critically acclaimed sophomore album, ‘Ghost’s Parade’ – Out March 13th 2015 on Digital Download and Limited Edition Transparent Purple 7″ Vinyl.
Ka tet released their new single ‘Worlds Edge’ a few weeks ago (February 26th) for free download from their début album ARCADIA which was released last year.
Cry Monster Cry
‘Postcards’ is available to download today and is the first single to be taken from Cry Monster Cry’s forthcoming debut album.
Juggling Wolves (Jimmy Deface [Rufus Coates & The Blackened Trees / Run From The Cure] & Johno Leader [The Radioactive Grandma] ) debut collaboration – Album out now.
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