Tuesday, December 6, 2016

2016-12-06 FREE DOWNLOAD - ROTTEN RIOT

Rotten Riot are an Indonesia Celtic punk band from Bogor. A couple of tracks can be downloaded for free. If you tune regularly to Celtic Folk Punk radio, you should be familiar with them, as they have been played for the last two weeks.

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Monday, December 5, 2016

2016-12-05 FREE DOWNLOAD: THE 23 CARBINES "Grave of Old Fools" and "Dave's Rant"

Shaun Hillary and Ken Dennis were members of South African bands The Sunday Punchers and The South Shore Ramblers. Their new project is called The 23 Carbines and they have uploaded their first songs to Bandcamp (Name Your Price).

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Sunday, December 4, 2016

2016-12-04 ALBUM REVIEW - CELTIC HANGOVER "Don't Fool Yourself" (2016)

Celtic Hangover "Don't Fool Yourself" Self-released NOR 08
Release date: November 9, 2016
Running time: 52:12, 11 tracks

Sometimes we focus on new bands and we forget about essential bands. Celtic Hangover is a French band fronted by Irishman Paul “Puck” O’Toole that was founded in 1992. The band is based in Chambéry (Savoie, Rhône-Alpes) and has released 6 studio albums, 2 live albums and a 5 track EP. Their new album is titled “Don’t Fool Yourself” and consists of 3 self-penned songs, 3 over exposed standards, another 4 traditional covers and 1 The Waterboys cover.

The three original songs are called “Down in the City”, “All I Can Give” and “Politician”. “Down in the City” it’s a catchy number featuring top-notch fiddling and female backing vocals. A different version of this song can be found on “… Whispers from the Attic” (2010). “All I Can Give” begins slowly with guitar and little by little the rest of the ban joins. The song has a Christy Moore twist thanks to the guitars, and more kick-ass fiddling too. This number was also recorded on “Run Away” (2002).  “Politician” is an energetic track. The beginning has a Celtas Cortos touch and the amazing electric guitar plays a major role on this song. The original version can be heard on “Get Your Head Together” (1997).

There is a great selection of traditional covers. Fiddle and tin whistle are showcased on “Yarmouth Town”, another excellent number featuring female backing vocals. “American Land” starts with some drums, fiddle and tin whistle that remind me of the early The Moorings. A lively song that will make you dance and sing along. “Pay Me Money Down” is really played with gusto. “Mairi’s Wedding” was also recorded for their 5 track EP “Debout sous la table” (1999). The new rendition starts slowly and the fiddle arrangements are excellent. When the song is nearly over, the band burst into a rocking rendition of “Toss the Feathers” featuring fantastic percussion.

Fisherman’s Blues” could be the next “Galway Girl” song on the Celtic scene. I mean, nobody covered this song for a while and now we have two brilliant covers by two different bands, Handsome Young Strangers from Australia and Celtic Hangover from France.

The usual standards are “Johhny I Hardly Knew Ye”, “Drunken Sailor” and the bonus track “Wild  Mountain Thyme”. “Johnny Hardly Knew Ye” has apparently been on the band’s repertoire from their beginning, since this song has been previously recorded for “Get Your Head Together” (1997) and “… Whispers from the Attic” (2010). Obviously, the song has evolved and the brand new version with electric guitar is rad. “Drunken Sailor” (video HERE) has been improved with “Drowsy MaggiewhileWild Mountain Thyme” gets an acoustic treatment based on acoustic guitar, flute and fiddle.

Don’t Fool Yourself” comes in a jewel case and the 8 page booklet includes the lyrics to every single song, even the traditional numbers. The CD can be bought directly from the band and the digital version is also available at Bandcamp.

If you are not familiar with Celtic Hangover, the godfathers of the French Celtic rock scene, “Don’t Fool Yourself” is the right album to start with. Grab a pint of Guinness (or Pelforth Brune) and enjoy!



Track list:

01. American Land 05:13
02. Fishermans Blues 05:04
03. Mairies Wedding 06:34
04. Down in the City 03:16
05. All I Can Give 05:48
06. Yarmouth Town 07:24
07. Politician 03:29
08. Pay Me My Money Down 03:39
09. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye 03:48
10. Drunken Sailor 03:33
11. BONUS TRACK: Wild mountain Thyme 04:20

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Friday, December 2, 2016

2016-12-02 VIDEO - SIR REG "End of the Line"

This is the second video from SIR REG's latest album, "End of the Line".






Wednesday, November 30, 2016

2016-11-30 PADDY ROCK PODCAST - EPISODE # 28 THE CURSE OF THE TRYPTOPHAN

(This podcast was originally posted at Paddy Rock last November 27, 2016. Enjoy!)


"Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends and family in the USA,

It’s this time of the year where we often welcome in the Holidays and open out home to friends and family to come and celebrate with us. Though too often we find opodcasturselves disgruntled with our families inlaws, outlaws and extended alike.. Hiding in the bathroom checking out Facebook or Twitter stealing just a few minutes alone to ourselves. I am not going to say you are wrong, or judge you. I do it too..  Just remember they are your family and when they are gone, that’s it Bucko !  So suck it up enjoy it while you can, however you can.  We got one shot on this ride, so we better make the best of it. Also with the Holidays coming please be smart, no drinking and driving. It’s easy to say we are fine and laugh it off. Please don’t, I want all of you here in the New Year and beyond – Call a friend, Call and Uber, Sleep on a sofa just be safe. So enough love out of me, time to kick it up a notch, bring on the debauchery and the booze !  I got a kick ass show for you this month to help you motor through and over the final weeks leading up to Christmas so plug this bad boy in and gret ready to mow down the mall walkers..  This my friends is Episode #28 – The Curse of Tryptophan

As always thanks for listening ~ Phil (aka The Grinning Beggar)

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Montco Penn - The Punkabillys
Green Shamrock Shore - Uncle Bard & The Dirty Bastards
Come Back Home - Auld Corn Brigade
Take Your Life - Paddy Murphy
I Won’t Stand in Your Way - Bangers and Mash
Drunk Again - The Barley Boys
Whiskey Ginger - Bastard Bearded Irishmen
Doc Chickenstein - The Rijsel Irish Boy’Z
Last Wednesday Night - The Sandcarvers
All Around The Town - The Rattling Kind
Arthur McBride - Poitín
Copperhead Road - Jasper Coal
Too Old to Die Young - The Pourmen
Molly - The Muckers
Bj Lee - A Million Pardons
Jørgen Jørgenson - The Dead Maggies
Mamá - Bastard Bearded Irishmen
Same Old Shenanigans - The Bay Street Bastards
Dole Days - Three Sheets T’Wind
Gorilla Boyfriend - Scotch
The Banner County - The Narrowbacks
Shane     The Rogues from County Hell
Rock This City - Paddy And The Rats
The Crew - Pirate Copy
Barrels Of Whiskey - The O’Reillys And The Paddyhats
Cold Black Sea - O’Leary
There’s A Ghost In Our House - Merry Hell
Dear Mum - Michael and The Wolfhounds
Devil on the Wind - The Men They Couldn’t Hang
Dirty Freddy Johnson - The Low and Sweet Orchestra
Mis Amigos - LQR
The Bastard in Our Soil - The Rolling Kings
Poor Ned - Handsome Young Strangers
Dry Dead Bones - The Ramshackle Army




Tuesday, November 29, 2016

2016-11-29 EP REVIEW - ACROSS THE BORDER "Calling 999" (2016)

Across the Border "Calling 999 EP"
Release date: November 24, 2016
Running time: 9:37, 3 tracks


Across the Border hail from Remchingen, Baden-Würtemberg (South West of Germany). The band was founded in 1991 and therefore they belong to the first wave of German Celtic/folk punk bands. They were the “black sheep” of the pack, since their music was not so Pogues inspired like that of In Search of a Rose, Lady Godiva or Waxie’s. Even if they weren’t a massive band like Fiddler’s Green or Paddy Goes to Holyhead, they shared the stage with the Oysterband, the Levellers, The Whisky Priests, Pressgang, Bleeding Hearts, Why? and Tofu Love Frogs. Between 1993 and 2002, they released 3 albums before calling its quits (“Hag Songs”, "Crusty Folk Music for Smelly People” and “If I Can’t Dance, it’s not my Revolution”) and 4 EPs (“Dance Around the Fire”, “… But Life is Boring Sir, Without Committing a Crime”, “This Guardian Angel” and “Short Songs, Long Faces”). A Best of and a live album followed in 2002 and 2005 and the band reformed in 2007. Then, a couple of albums were released: “Loyalty” in 2009 and “Folkpunk Air-Raid” in 2011.

Apparently, Across the Border disbanded in 2012, but they have just released a 3 track EP that folk-punk fans will enjoy: “Calling 999”.

The EP kicks off with the title track “Calling 999”. The song features the classic sound of the band based on accordion and fiddle and frontman Jochen’s (a.k.a. Jake) vocals.

The next track is called “Rob, the Man”. Once again, the sound is recognizable: uptempo folk-punk with a German folk twist. “The Musical Priest” tune has been added to the song. Anyway, it’s not old fashioned folk-punk, as it’s as enjoyable as their previous offerings.

To finish up, Across the Border deliver a song based mainly on piano and accordion. Maybe they are older, but they are wiser too. And they have not mellowed. Amazing number to close the EP.
 
The digital version of the EP is available at Bandcamp, but a 12" 45 rpm vinyl will be released before Christmas

Calling 999” is the proof that after 25 years Across the Border are alive and kicking. Anybody wants a full album? Me too.


Track list:

1. Calling 999 02:33   
2. Rob, the man 04:50
3. Sometimes 02:14

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Monday, November 28, 2016

2016-11-28 VIDEO - GROLSCHBUSTERS "Tear it All Down"

(This video was recently shared on Facebook by Andrew Watts aka Spider Mahone. Thank you Andrew!)

Dutch punkrock band The Grolschbusters was founded in 1989 in the Dutch village of Hengelo and is the oldest surviving punk band from the east of the country. Initially, the repertoire consisted mainly of work of The Ramones. Within a short period of time the band managed to build a considerable reputation. Today the band has 6 members, complete with accordionist!

Over the years the band survived a fair deal of line-up changes and developed their own 'Premium Punk' sound: an infectious mix of punk and brute rock'n'roll with a dash of folk. The Grolschbusters are rude, raw, tight and melodic. Rawk punk rock straight from the heart!

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The Greatest (s)Hits (1998)
Strange Blowjob (2000)
Moloko (2002)
Rock ‘n’ Roll, Asshole! (2004)
Make my Day (2011)

Grolschbusters - Tear it all Down

Sunday, November 27, 2016

2016-11-27 ALBUM REVIEW - SHAMROCKS "Captain's Log"

ShamRocks "Captain's Log"
Release date: November 17, 2016
Running time: 37:29, 10 tracks + 1 bonus track

ShamRocks are Anatoliy Khomenko (mandolin, fiddle), Sergiy Khudoliy (accordion, vocals), Alexey Sletkov (drums, vocals) , Serge Vdovychenko (bass, vocals) and  Andrew Yakovenko (guitar). They are not a new band: some of their videos were featured on Celtic Folk Punk and More in September 2012    and their rendition of The PoguesWildcats of Kilkenny” was included on the recent "Tribute to The Pogues" album. In fact, ShamRocks were founded in 2009 and they would predate other well-known Ukrainians bands such as O’Hamsters and Pint of Stout.

Captain’s Log” is their debut album. ShamRocks have put together the best songs from their first demo to the latest studio recordings and they have been mixed and re-mastered through analog tape. The result is what they call Stout Rock. Not really a new definition, as Texan band Blaggards are already using the Stout Rock label from their very beginning.

All of the songs on “Captain’s Log” are covers, some of them traditional standards. Anyway, the ShamRocks approach is really interesting, as the songs have been given an unusual treatment. The most enjoyable tracks, IMHO would be the following ones:

The Blood of Cuchulainn” (from the "Boondock Saints OST"). ShamRocks have taken an Irish folk gem and have arranged it in a Celtic Rock way. Lots of hey , hey shouts and fantastic performances by accordionist, tin whistler, guitar player and rhythm section.

Kaalifornipolkka”. The tune kicks-off with an acoustic feel, the drums come in peacefully and the accordion gets in too. Then a metal sounding electric guitar sets the pace for the accordion. Taking into account the title, I thought that this number could be inspired on Californian band Tempest polkas. However, taking into account that the "Mission Impossible theme" can be heard, maybe it’s linked to Californian biggest industry too.

Lord of the Dance”. The approach is more electric than folk. Cutthroat vocals remind me of O’Hamsters singer. It’s the first song on the album featuring trumpet. Badass cover à la Beastie Boys.

The Rising of the Moon”. ShamRocks have merged this Irish rebel song with the Sex Pistols anthem “Anarchy in the UK” and the final result is bloody brilliant.

Wild Unicorns of Kilkenny”. This song can be originally found on the "Tribute to The Pogues" album and it’s an amazing rendition. Slightly different from the original, but recognizable.

Other songs on “Captain’s Log" are also worth hearing:

Leaving of Liverpool” starts with acoustic guitar and some drums. It evolves into a rockabilly number that burst into a ska song.

The Wild Rover” differs from the usual covers. ShamRocks have followed an Icewagon Flu approach in order to deliver an enjoyable rendition.

Bully in the Alley” is another ska cover version where trumpet can be heard.

Molly Malone”. Electric guitar plays a big role , but this time it’s not a metal sound. Awesome track featuring accordion too.

I’ve been asked not to reveal the bonus track. I’ll only say that it’s a song written by Jimmy McCarthy that was recorded by Christy Moore. It gets a jazzy treatment.

There is a Dropkick Murphys cover too, “I’m Shipping Up to Boston”. This is the song that new bands play, together with Flogging MollyDrunken Lullabies”, when they don’t have enough self-penned songs at their earlier stages. The ShamRocks cover is too respectful to the original. IMHO, it’s the least innovative number on the album, since the other songs have been re-arranged with gusto and this one is too close to the original.

ShamRocks have shown with “Captain’s Log” that they are able to offer something fresh and different on the Celtic punk territory. Their next step should be a sophomore album based on self-penned songs.



Track list:

01. The Blood Of Cuchulainn 02:16
02. Leaving Of Liverpool 03:40
03. I’m Shipping Up To Boston 03:11
04. Kaalifornipolkka 03:59
05. The Wild Rover 04:56
06. Lord Of The Dance 03:11
07. Bully In The Alley 03:09   
08. Molly Malone 02:31   
09. The Rising Of The Moon 04:24   
10. Wild Unicorns Of Kilkenny 02:27 
11. Bonus track 3:40



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Saturday, November 26, 2016

2016-11-26 VIDEO - CELTIC HANGOVER "Drunken Sailor"


Celtic Hangover (Chambéry, France) official video for "Drunken Sailor", off their brand new album "Don't Fool Yourself".

Some tracks are already being played at Celtic Folk Punk radio  and an album review will be posted soon. Stay tuned!


Celtic Hangover - Drunken Sailor




Wednesday, November 23, 2016

2016-11-23 EP REVIEW - HANDSOME YOUNG STRANGERS "Battle of Broken Hill" (2016)

Handsome Young Strangers "The Battle of Broken Hill" Folk Til Ya Punk FTYP0004
Release date: November 4th, 2016
Running time: 28:57, 6 tracks


Handsome Young Strangers are back with a bunch of bush songs. HYS are said to be more a collective than a proper band. Anyway, the core of the band (the “official” members) is Dion “Drizabone” Dickinson (lead vocals, mandola, guitars), Mark “Na-na” Hyland (lead vocals, guitars, dulcimer), Adam Young (vocals, guitars), Adam Kenny (bouzouki, vocals, The Rumjacks member too), Jim Mongrel (Bass, vocals, ex-Sydney City Trash) and Mark “Looch” Lewis (drums, percussion, vocals). Apart from them, several friends have gathered to guest on this mini-album.

Their brand new offering is titled “Battle of Broken Hill” and it’s a well-balanced blend of self-penned songs and covers. Exactly half of the album is original material and the other half covers. My fave songs are the opening tracks “Battle of Broken Hill”, “Poor Ned”, “Fisherman’s Blues” and “I, Argonaut”.

Battle of Broken Hill” is a brilliant original song written by Drizabone about a strange” incident  that took place in Australia in 1915. Lachlan McSwain (The GO Set) guests on bagpipes on this number, probably the most genuine Aussie song on the EP together with “Poor Ned”.

“Poor Ned” is a song that was recorded by Australian bush music heroes Redgum. In fact, the song was written by Trevor Lucas (Fotheringay), who brought it to Fairport Convention. Redgum sped it up and change its name from “The Ballad of Ned Kelly” to “Poor Ned”. HYS rendition is spotless: kick-ass version featuring Steph Miller (Roaring Jack) on mandolin.

The Waterboys classic song “Fisherman’s Blues” is simply perfect. It would be a sin to record a poor cover. But HYS have taken the right approach: respect for the original and some small arrangements to give the song a new lease of life. Excellent rendition on which HYS are joined by Steph Miller on mandolin, Marcus Peter Holden on fiddle and Michael Carpenter on Hammond organ.

I, Argonaut” is another song written by Driza. Steph Miller guests on accordion and Marcus Peter Holden on fiddle. Great track.

The other two songs are musically different, less folk and more rock. “Mrs. Jones” was written by former band member Andrew “Fredo” Donkin who also guests on lead vocals. The song was inspired by The Sons of Lee Marvin and features Michael Carpenter on Hammond organ (BTW, Michael mastered the whole EP too). “Maxine” is a cover of Sharon O’Neill, a kiwi singer who topped the Australasian charts in 1983 with this song about a prostitute from Sydney.

Battle of Broken Hill” has been released by Folk Til Ya Punk, the label which is focusing on the main Australian folk rock/punk acts. The EP can be purchased from their webstore and is also available on iTunes.



Tracklist:

1 - Battle Of Broken Hill 04:23   
2 - Mrs Jones 04:39   
3 - Poor Ned 04:02   
4 - I' Argonaut 06:16   
5 - Maxine 04:10   
6 - Fisherman's Blues 05:21

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Monday, November 21, 2016

2016-11-21 VIDEO - TENHOLES "Mesin Factory"

Tenholes official video for "Mesin Factory".

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Sunday, November 20, 2016

2016-11-20 VIDEO - LUGH "Garrafas do oficio"

Official video for "Garrafas do oficio", off Lugh's second album "Histórias do mar".




Saturday, November 12, 2016

2016-11-12 ALBUM REVIEW - THE NARROWBACKS "Arrogance & Ignorance" (2016)

The Narrowbacks "Arrogance & Ignorance"
Release date: October 17, 2016
Running time: 43:12, 12 tracks


The Narrowbacks have been following the footsteps of Black 47, The Prodigals and The Ruffians and right now they are at the top of the Irish scene in New York. The lads have just released their sophomore album, “Arrogance & Ignorance”, whose title comes from a phrase from a Malarchy’s McCourt’s book titled “A Monk Swimming”. The album comes in a digipack and was recorded over 16 months with Rob Freeman (who also plays piano on a couple of tracks) and Dave Dones at Rob’s studio in Boonton, NJ.

Arrogance & Ignorance” is a big evolution for the band, since this time there are no covers of Irish standards. Yes, there are some traditional sounds, but it can’t be said that they are proper covers, since they are self-penned songs. The well-known football chant “Ole” has been re-arranged and Seamus has written some lyrics about the history of the Irish that emigrate to the USA. On the other hand, “Whiskey River” and “Out on the Avenue” are musically based on a couple of Celtic tunes, the former on “Hector the Hero” and the latter on “Out on the Ocean”. Rob guests on piano on “Out on the avenue” and amazing electric guitar parts are featured on both tracks.

Apart from Celtic punk/rock, The Narrowbacks visit other musical territories on the CD. For instance, they play classic R’n’R on “Rosie”; they deliver their own Christmas song, “Prodigal Son”; they have recorded a track sung by a boy and a girl (Emily McShane), the kind of song that every Celtic punk fan love; and, to close the album, the band have gone back to basics on “Bastards of the Borough”, acoustic folk-punk at its best.

Obviously, there are a lot of straightforward Celtic punk rock tracks: the single “Shannon” (video HERE), the amazing opening number “Banner County Soldier”, a song featuring guest Andrew McCarrick on flute about Seamus Grand uncle Matt; the excellent “Loisiada”, featuring Andrew on tin whistle and the song that BibleCode Sundays would have written if they were from NYC; the amazing “Home” with Andrew on tin whistle too; and, finally the top-notch number “4th of July”, one of my personal faves, with its banjo line and epic vocal harmonies.

The Narrowbacks have been able to put meet all the fans expectations on their second album “Arrogance & Ignorance”. When fans think about Irish Londoner bands, BibleCode Sundays and Neck come to mind straight away. Now, when fans think about Irish bands in NYC, The Narrowbacks are immediately mentioned. Congrats guys!



Tracklist:

01 - Banner County Soldier 3:11
02 - Shannon 3:33
03 - Loisaida 3:43
04 - Home 2:53
05 - Whiskey River 3:58
06 - Fourth of July 4:44
07 - Rosie 2:54
08 - Prodigal Son 4:23
09 - Ole 1:57
10 - Want You Back 3:46
11 - Out on the Avenue 4:10
12 - Bastards of the Boroughs 3:46

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Friday, November 11, 2016

2016-11-11 FREE DOWNLOAD: TAIL LIGHT REBELLION "Broken" (2016)

Tail Light Rebellion have just released a new album on Bancamp (Name Your Price) "Broken".
 
"All Songs written by Jonathan 'Swagger' Natale
Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by Jonathan 'Swagger' Natale
All Music by Jonathan Natale except Second guitar on The Reason and Mandolin on Carry On by Rob Black

(c) 2011-2016 Outlaw Waltz Publishing
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Album Cover by Jane Lurch

This album is dedicated to the angels and devils of this life, past and present:

- to the ones who burn brightly for all to see, lighting the way for us all; My gratitude and thanks.

- to the dearly departed; May your light ever onward through our cherished memories.

- to leeches, traitors, and anyone else who steals the light; Your time will come.

None shall be forgotten.

In particular, there are a few cherished souls that I wish to name for doing more for me or this album than I can ever put into words

Buck Boswell
Denise Vertucci
Erik Petersen
Griffin Sullivan
Isaac Onigman
Lamaine Lewis
Meaghan Casey
Nathan Maynard
Rob Black
Scotty Theunissen
Tiffany Beyer
Tim P McCarthy
Timothy Scrimmy Bouchard
Wee and Mighty Dawn Williams
Wyatt Peterson

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Thursday, November 10, 2016

2016-11-10 VIDEO - KILT THE MESSENGER " I Will Not Say Goodbye"

Here's Kilt the Messenger's latest video from their soon to be released 2nd album "Hellfire and Rescue".
 
 

Monday, November 7, 2016

2016-11-07 ALBUM REVIEW - RATS "Por terra, céu e mar" (2016)

RATS "Por terra céu e mar" Crasso Records
Release date: October 7th, 2016
Running time: 42:39, 13 tracks


2016 is a great year for the Brazilian Celtic punk. Lugh have released their sophomore album, McMiners have issued an EP and RATS have delivered their debut album. Riot Aboard the Ship, or RATS, hail from Rio de Janeiro. Kito Vilela (vocals, guitar), Fernando Oliveira (banjo, mandolin), Bruno Pavio (Bass), Fernando Gajo (accordion) and Pedro “Falcon” Richaid released an interesting 6 track EP in 2014 and their debut album “Por terra, céu e mar” is really better than expected.

RATS visit different musical territories on “Por terra, céu e mar”, then I must say that the title is the right one “By road, sky and sea”. But the most important thing, they play different styles and they don’t fail. As a result, “Por terra, céu e mar” is a fantastic blend of folk-punk, country, polka and Irish music.

From the first number “O velho e o caõ” (“The Old Man and the Dog”), the listener can appreciate Gajo’s skills on accordion. Taking into account only this track, we could label RATS as the Brazilian Fiddler’s Green. Nevertheless, after listening the second track “Do meu jeito”, it’s clear that the banjo plays a major role too. Electric guitar is also present on this “circus music” infused song.

The electric guitar finds again its place on “Essa e daquelas” (“She’s One of Those”), a song with a catchy chorus. But the core of the album runs from track 4 to track 9. “Saloon 79” is a mandolin and accordion driven lively song. It tells the real story of Tony, an old lawyer that left his job and bought a bar. “Agradecei” has a medieval sounding whistle intro and a great chorus. The message, more or less, would be the following one: when we are fighting against adversity, we should be thankful to our friends, the women and the beers we drink, instead of crying. “Na Estrada” (“On the road”) is a festive country number with an accordion reminiscent of the Shane MacGowan and The Popes albums. “8475” has an Italian twist and could be defined as a The Dreadnoughts meet Talco instrumental. Finally, “Vôcé e eu” (“You and me”), is an excellent number with a western/cow-punk touch.

The following number, “Indomável”, is totally different and features guest Alex Navar (member of Brazilian Celtic metal band Tuatha De Danann) on uileann pipes. “Quando eu bebo demais” (“When I drink too much”) was previously released on their EP released in 2014. It’s a kick-ass song with a banjo sound that both Dropkick Murphys and Mick O’Toole fans will love. The beat goes faster little by little and finally the banjo goes crazy. Surely one of the most enjoyable numbers on the album.

Medo” (“Fear”)  is the only cover on “Por terra, céu e mar”. The original version can be found on the Brazilian band CóleraPela Paz em Todo Mundo” album (Ataque Frontal, 1986). RATS have worked very hard on the arrangements, and banjo and accordion really add something new to the song. A live video for the RATS cover can be watched on our YouTube channel.

Depois de partir” (“After leaving”) is asong about friendship featuring drunken gang vocals, mandolin and accordion. The last song on the album is the title track “Por terra, céu e mar”. Brilliant closing number that includes the “McMahon’s Reel”. Once again, Alex Navar guests on uileann pipes.

Por terra, céu e mar” was produced by Jimmy London (Lead vocalist of Brazilian countrycore band Matanza) and recorded at Melhor do Mundo Studios (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). It was mastered by Chris Hanzsek  at Hanzsek Audio (Seattle, USA)

If Punching Namard were the big Brazilian surprise of 2015, RATS have got that award for 2016. “Por terra céu e mar” is a well-balanced album showcasing Celtic punk, polka or cow-punk. Fortunately you won’t find there the usual pub standards, but a bunch of amazing self-penned songs and a fantastic instrumental. Contact Crasso Records and grab a copy, since this album will become soon a classic Celtic punk CD from an emerging scene.


Track list:

01 - O Velho e o Cao 3:13
02 - Do Meu Jeito 2:59
03 - Essa é Daquelas 3:52
04 - Saloon 79 2:32
05 - Agradecei 3:33
06 - Na Estrada 3:38
07 - 8475 2:21
08 - Você e Eu 3:15
09 - Indomável 3:20
10 - Quando Eu Bebo Demais 3:00
11 - Medo 2:12
12 - Depois de Partir 4:21
13 - Por Terra, Céu e Mar 3:52

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