Friday, May 31, 2013

SAMPLER 2013 VOL. IV


Some of the bands have been featured previously on the blog (other samplers, bands of the month, videos or reviews) and two of them are brand new, a couple of folk metal bands. As usual, all the tracks are legal downloads from the Internet.

Enjoy!

Tracks 1-3 are free downloads from Triple J Unearthed
Tracks 4-7 and 9-11 are free downloads from Reverbnation
Tracks 9 and 11-13 are free downloads from Soundcloud
Track 8 is a free download from Bandcamp

1) SIBIN (Mildura, VIC, Australia)

http://www.sibin.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sibin/110048945697706
http://www.triplejunearthed.com/Sibin
http://www.reverbnation.com/sibin
https://twitter.com/sibin_band

Line-up:

Mark Jenkins - Lead vocal & acoustic guitar
Charles Hendy - Tin whistle & flute
Corey Barbary - Tenor banjo mandolin & electric guitar
Tim Williams - Bass
Luke McCarthy - Drums

Discography (click to buy a digital copy from i-Tunes):

"Things You Can't Polish" (11 tracks)
"Industrial Life" (12 tracks, 2012)


2) THE DEAD RABBITS (Houston, TX, USA)

https://www.facebook.com/rabbitsofrock
http://www.reverbnation.com/rabbitsofrock

Line-up:

Seamuis - vocals & guitar
Christian (GFN) - Bass
James - Fiddle
Micah - Banjo & vocals
Josh - Mandolin, & vocals
Danny Boy - Guitar and vocals
Sean - Drums

Discography:

"The Race" (4 tracks EP, 2013)
Forthcoming album out soon

3) FLANNERY (Groningen, The Netherlands)

http://www.flannery.nl
https://www.facebook.com/flannery.celtic.folk.rock
https://twitter.com/flannerymusic


Line-up:

Denny Myles - Pipes
Peter Heerema - Drums
Steven Prins - Guitar
Michiel Stelpstra - Bass
Sebastiaan Hidding - Fiddle, back. vocals
Koos van der Goot - Vocals

Discography (click to get a better quality digital song from Bandcamp, Name Your Price):

"The Epic Beersong" (digital single, 2013)


4) THE SUNDAY PUNCHERS (Jo'Burg, Gauteng, South Africa)

http://www.thepunchers.com
https://www.facebook.com/TheSundayPunchers
http://www.reverbnation.com/thesundaypunchers
https://soundcloud.com/the-sunday-punchers
https://twitter.com/ThePunchersSA

Line-up:

Mostert Francois - Acoustic guitar & vocals
Michiel Kruger - Electric guitar & vocals
Shaun "Cabbs" Hillary - Banjo, mandolin & vocals
Adrian Vlok - Bass
Darryn Small - Drums
Bruce Missing - Bagpipes, tin whistle

Discography:

"The Sunday Punchers EP" (2011)
"Sea Monsters" (Single, 2013)


5) DREAMFALL (Talavera de la Reina, Spain)

https://www.facebook.com/pages/DreamFall/201156096633993
http://www.reverbnation.com/dreamfallgroup
http://www.myspace.com/dreamfall
http://www.spirit-of-metal.com/groupe-groupe-DreamFall-l-es.html

Line-up:

Alex Romero - Vocals, flutes and pipes
Pablo Barroso - Guitar
Ruben Ramiro - Bass
Dario Jusdado - Rythm guitar
Ivan de la Cruz - Drums

Discography:

"DreamFall demo" (6 track demo, 2012)
Forthcoming album out soon

6) DRAKUM (Barcelona, Spain)

http://www.drakum.com
https://www.facebook.com/Drakumband
https://soundcloud.com/drakum
http://www.myspace.com/drakumband
https://twitter.com/drakumband

Line-up:

Javi Crosas - Vocals
Mark Martinez – Guitar
Cristian Villanueva “Feni” - Guitar
Jose Luis Parreño - Bass
Javier Rubio “Caleb” - Violin
Albert Orozco - Keyboards
Xavi Puiggalí - Drums

Discography (click to buy a better digital version from Bandcamp):

"Around the Oak" (3 track EP, 2011)
"Torches Will Rise Again" (10 tracks, forthcoming album)


DOWNLOAD:

http://dfiles.eu/files/gnqqn0cpj

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

VIDEO - SONS OF O'FLAHERTY "Once Upon a Binge"

Sons of O'Flaherty have released a video for the song "Once Upon a Binge



Tuesday, May 28, 2013

FREE DOWNLOAD - McONAK

McOnak is a Basque band from Lekitto (Bizkaia). Their first 8 track demo is available under the Creative Commons licence.

Andy McOna - drums
Kimmy McOna - bass and vocals
Kemmy McOna - electric guitar and vocals
Joey McOna - acoustic guitar and vocals

Guests:

Pello - flute and sax
Mikel - harmonica
Maitane - keyboards
Andoitz and Pele - background vocals
DOWNLOAD:



Monday, May 27, 2013

FREE DOWNLOAD - ZUNAME "The Train to Yuma" (2013)

The Russian band Zuname is sharing their new album.


Line-up:

Ivan Eroshin - guitar
Konstantin Gerasimov - bass
Yarik - pipes
Kirill - drums

DOWNLOAD:


Sunday, May 26, 2013

REVIEW - CHEERS! "Wrong & Right" (2013)

Cheers! "Wrong & Right" Self-released
Release date: 9 May 2013
Running time: 47:46, 13 tracks

 
The Czech septet Cheers! is an island on the Czech Celtic punk scene, since they don’t play bagpipes like the other band do (Pipes and Pints Curlies, Benjaming Band …). However, the five boys and two girls from the City of  Beer, Pilsen, are a band that is worth hearing.

After a single that was released in 2011, Cheers! have recently delivered their new offering, a kick-ass debut album.  Accordion, fiddle and whistles/flutes are the trade mark of this young band together with acoustic and electric guitars, bass and drums. Thirteen tracks have been recorded live at Saloon Roudná and they are a great bunch of songs: a couple of instrumentals and nine self-penned numbers.

I love to find one or two instrumentals on a Celtic punk album and Cheers! have featured the right dose. The original opening number “Frying Pan” let you know what you can expect from them: infectious Celtic Punk. The second instrumental is a set of tunes featuring the well-known “Morrison’s Jig”. It’s the only traditional material on the CD and it has been put on the right place on the track list.

Regarding the songs, they shift from the Greenland Whalefishers energy to the Irish Stew of Sindidun subtility. The Norwegian influence can be found on the best tracks of the album. “Rugged Days” is a top notch Irish punk song featuring accordion and flute and it could be chosen as first single. “Cliffs of Galway” can rival with “Rugged Days”, since it’s an amazing track with Pafka singing the male vocals and Katerina singing the female vocals. Finally, “Jim” has been re-arranged and a new part has been added at the end.  The Serbian twist could be heard on tracks such as “Molly’s Eyes” and the closing track “In the Maze”, a brilliant song with awesome arrangements (accordion, flute and fiddle).

Don’t forget to check out the following songs too: “Poor Man’s Hat”, a number that gives The Cherry Cokes a run for their money, “Mary Hogan’s” , a song close to The Killigans best material featuring a fantastic accordion, and “Parnik”, a sort of a shanty that is the only song in Czech. The accordion shines on this track too and the sound can be linked to that of the Polish band Molly Malone’s.

The eight page booklet includes the lyrics to every single track. But you’ll be stunned when you realized that 11 are in Czech and only 1 in English. I guess that it’s a joke,  in fact the album is titled “Wrong & Right”.


The band is really tight and the album features a well balanced set. Remember that previous material by the band is available on our sampler from June 2012.If you like straightforward Celtic punk and have enjoyed the likes of Dirty Artichokes and The Moorings, contact Cheers! and get this CD.


Tracklist:

01 - Frying Pan 3:01
02 - Cliffs of Galway 3:24
03 - Molly's Eyes 3:36
04 - Mary Hogan's 4:05
05 - Collier 3:46
06 - Parnik 3:49
07 - Jim 5:03
08 - Poor Man's Hat 2:24
09 - Tearberries 2:36
10 - I'll Never Be the Same Man Again 3:47
11 - Rugged Day 4:11
12 - Wrong & Right 2:59
13 - In the Maze 5:07

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cheers/104821386271093
http://www.myspace.com/my-cheers
http://bandzone.cz/cheers
https://twitter.com/CheersCZ

Contact the band to purchase the CD:

cheerscz@seznam.cz

Review by Kinksmarkham


Saturday, May 25, 2013

FREE DOWNLOAD - FOX'N'FIRKIN "To Hell and Back"

Fox'n'Firkin hail from Brisbane, Australia. Some of their members played with the band Mutiny Bay. Their EP is available at Bandcamp (Name your Price)


Line-up:

Adrian- vocals, mandolin, guitar
Andrew- vocals, guitar
Max- vocals, bass, tin whistle
Robbie- drums, vocals

DOWNLOAD:








Friday, May 24, 2013

VIDEO - TORTILLA FLAT "The Great Escape"

"The Great Escape", single from the new Tortilla Flat's album "The Great Escape"



Thursday, May 23, 2013

FREE DOWNLOADS - CAVE GROWL



To finish up this folk metal week, a band from Paris, Cave Growl.

http://cavegrowl.free.fr/
http://www.reverbnation.com/cavegrowl
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cave-Growl/272324139444385
http://www.myspace.com/cavegrowlband
http://www.last.fm/music/Cave+Growl
http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Cave_Growl/3540301656

Tritt - Bagpipes, guitars, vocals
Trowl - Fiddle
Remi - Guitar
Burn - Bass
Lagodas - Drums
Chazoul - Keyboards

Discography:

"Demo from the Tavern" (7 tracks, 2009)
"Something Drunk" (13 tracks, 2011)

DOWNLOAD:

http://cavegrowl.free.fr/download/CaveGrowl-DemoFromTheTavern.zip
http://cavegrowl.free.fr/download/Cave Growl - Something Drunk.rar

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

FREE DOWNLOADS - TENGWAR

Tengwar is a Celtic metal band from Argentina. Their EPs are available at their website and all the tracks from their debut album can be downloaded from Reverbnation:

http://www.tengwar.com.ar
http://www.reverbnation.com/tengwarofficial
https://www.facebook.com/tengwarofficial
http://www.myspace.com/tengwarfolkspace
https://twitter.com/tengwarofficial

Line-up:

Thorvi - Vocals, Iberian lute & hurdy-gurdy
Fërin - Drums & percussion
Tryzwen - Bass
Halatir - Guitars, aditional lead and backing vocals
Khâli - Galician bagpipes & recorders
Feredur - Fiddle, mandolin & bodhrán
Graëwyn - Recorders, flute, tin whistles & crumhorn

Discography:

"The Pilgrim's March" (2 track EP, 2005)
"TengwestaQuendion (5 track EP, 2008)
"The Halfling Forth Shall Stand ..." (15 tracks, 2011)

     
01. Return of the Shadow
02. A Long Expected Fading
03. The Halfling’s Rise
04. War Begins
05. Marching South
06. Snow and Defeat
07. The Password
08. A Dwarf Sings in The Dark
09. Fire and Shadow Defied
10. The Pilgrim’s Gone
11. In the Land of the Golden Trees
12. Farewell
13. The Swan
14. Uruks
15. The Bearer’s Choice

THE BARDS

Thorvi – vocals & hurdy-gurdy
Khâli – Galician bagpipes
Graëwyn – recorders, tin whistles & crumhorn
Feredur – fiddle
Lian – guitars
Nigurath – guitars & grunts
Tryzwen – bass
Ferin – drums & percussion
Halatir – backing vocals & choirmaster

THE GUESTS

Mariel O’Brennan: lead vocals
Maru Aponte Tinao: additional lead vocals
Paula Espinosa: accordion
Edith Gorini : harp
Mauro Telletxea: alboka
Matías Espinosa: Uilliann pipes
Javier Cifre: renacentist guitar
Diego Pecorino: bouzouki & mandolin
Xandru Reguera: DADGAD acoustic guitar

THE FOLK VOICES

Miriam Rodríguez, Natalia Lafage, Carolina Albanese, Gimena Rodríguez Pardo, María Alejandra Río López, Marcela Oviedo: traditional Galician singing and percussion

THE CHOIR

Maru Aponte Tinao, Einar McCarthy, Pablo Ciriani, Alejandro Spies, Thorvi & Halatir

THE RECORDINGS

Recorded at La Nave de Oseberg Recording Studio by Nicolas Rodríguez. Additional lead guitar recordings at Bi-Polar Studio by Gabriel Leopardi.Additional pagan recordings at A8 Studio by Javier Cifre. Engineered & mixed by Sebastian Manta at La Nave de Oseberg Recording Studio.

THE ARTWORK

Front Cover artwork by Kris Verwimp, Belgium. Booklet artwork and design by Valgorth for Hammmerblaze. Original Logo by Adrián Gutiérrez/Thorvi Fairstone.

DOWNLOAD:

http://www.tengwar.com.ar/site/eng/downloads.php (EPs)

http://www.reverbnation.com/tengwarofficial/songs (Album)


Tuesday, May 21, 2013

FREE DOWNLOADS - KALEVALA



Kalevala is a Finnish folk metal band from Russia.

Their albums are available at Jamendo.

http://kalevala-folk.ru
https://www.facebook.com/Kalevalafolk
http://www.last.fm/music/Kalevala
http://www.myspace.com/kalevalafolk
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalevala_%28Russian_band%29
http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/%D0%9A%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B0/123232


Ksenia Markevich - vocals
Nikita Andriyanov - guitars
Ivan Andrianov - balalaika
Denis Zolotov - drums, percussion
Alexandr Oleynikov - accordeon

Discography:

"Kudel Belosnezhnogo L'na" (10 tracks, 2008)
1.Goy, Olen !
2.Kamyshovaya Tropa
3.Yarilo
4.Kudel Belosnezhnogo L'na
5.Pastushok
6.Milyi
7.Snega Belye Kryla
8.Rechka k Rechenke
9.Tam, gde solnce otpravlyaetsya v Put
10.Ty zh mene pidmanula
 
"Kukushkiny Djeti" (10 tracks, 2009)
1.Kalevala    ( Nikita/Kseniya)
2.Cuckooshkiny Deti   (Cuckoo's Children)  ( Kseniya/Nikita/Shmel')
3.Gorsti Talogo Snega (Handfuls of Thawed Snow)  (Olen'/Kseniya)
4.Plakali Verby       (Pussy-Willow Cried)       ( Nikita/Kseniya)
5.Kupal'skaya Noch'    (Kupalo's Night)           ( Nikita/Kseniya)
6.U Razbitogo Koryta Odinokogo kryl'tca  (At the broken wash-tub of a Lonely Porch)   ( Nikita/Kseniya)
7.Medunitcy  Pryanoy Belyi Koster       (Heady Lungwort's White Fire)                ( Nikita/Kseniya)
8.Veter V Spinu         (The Wind at the Back)    ( Kseniya/Nikita )
9.Perviy Posledniy Zakat (The First Last Sunset)  ( Kseniya/Nikita )
10.Pro Zherebca (Yaitca)  About THe Horse ( the Balls)   ( Nikita/Kseniya/Shmel')
 
"Vjed'ma" (11 tracks, 2010)
1.Vedma
2.Tausen-Rada
3.Vorotis Domoy
4.Bolshe nechego teryat
5.Svarozhiya Noch
6.Tanec Dikogo Vetra
7.Voda-Reka
8.Tak Pela Osen
9.Ladushka.
10.Uletai na Krylyah Vetra
11Dolgoy Dorogoy

DOWNLOAD:

http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a94756/kudjel-bjelosnjezhnogo-lna
http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a94940/kukushkiny-djeti
http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a94955/vjedma



Sunday, May 19, 2013

REVIEW : ERROR 99 "EP" (2013)

Error99 "EP", The Town House
Release date: 2013
Running time: 26:36, 7 tracks + 1 hidden track

 
This is one of the main discoveries of the year. A Thai band clearly influenced by the likes of The Pogues and Flogging Molly. The guys have issued several singles since 2009 and all of their recordings have been put together on this 8 track EP featuring 7 self-penned songs and one trad. cover (“Whiskey in the Jar”).

Boy Scout” is one of the band’s hits. It’s a catchy song featuring awesome banjo and fiddle.

Metropolis” is another strong number. It’s a fast-paced song with an epic twist on lead vocals. The banjo sounds like a racing horse. Watch out, you could be whistling this song all day long.

Another amazing track: “Island”. As usual, accordion, banjo and fiddle shine out, together with the electric guitar. Excellent chorus on a song with reminiscences of Whiskey of the Damned or The Killigans.

Duan” is their most recent song. Great bass line, amazing guitar work and fantastic banjo, fiddle and accordion on a song that can be filed together with the main Japanese Celtic punk bands.

A more tone down approach is followed on tracks such as “Moon” and “Tales of the Scarecrow”. As result, a well-balanced EP

Error99 are definitely a band to follow: infectious songs, vocal antics and a sound based on banjo, accordion and fiddle. I love the different techniques to play the fiddle in different parts of the world. And this is one of the strengths of Error99. Are they influenced by Flogging Molly? Yes. Are they another Flogging Molly copycat band? No, these guys have their own identity. A fresh sound, influences from their own culture, original songs and the use of their own language. Even if you can’t understand Thai, you will be able to appreciate the music and the feelings. One of the best EPs of the year. Don't miss it.


Tracklist (click on the title to watch a live video of the song):

1 - Boy Scout 3:39
2 - Metropolis 3:49
3 - Tales of the Scarecrow 4:57
4 - Island 3:51
5 - Duan 3:08
6 - Moon (demo version)
7 - Whiskey and Beer (demo version)
8 - Whiskey in the Jar (Hidden track) 2:47

http://www.facebook.com/error99band
http://www.myspace.com/errorninetynine
http://artist.you2play.com/summary/errorninetynine

Click to buy "Japan-Thailand Connection", a compilation featuring "Metropolis":

http://www.pure-impact.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=3620

To get the EP, contact the band's label:

https://www.facebook.com/thetownhouselabel

Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, May 18, 2013

VIDEO - HAGGIS AND BONG "Revelation of the Gods"


Haggis and Bong - "Revelation Of The Gods"

Official video for "Revelation of the Gods" off their latest release "Of Myth and Legend".

Video by Ashes to Flames Productions
Directed by Ross John Warwick
Camera man - Theo Crouse


Friday, May 17, 2013

FREE DOWNLOAD - BLACK VELVET BAND




Black Velvet Band is a Celtic-Slavic metal / rock/ punk band from Lublin (Poland)

https://www.facebook.com/blackvelvetbandpl
http://www.reverbnation.com/blackvelvetbandpl

Line-up:

Xymena - vocals / violin
Jarek - vocals
Darek - electric guitar / mandolin
Marcin - acoustic guitar
Flavio - bass
Rafał - drums

Discography:

Pieśń Kruka (1 track single, January 2011)
Black Velvet Band (3 track EP, June 2012)

DOWNLOAD:

http://bvblbn.bandcamp.com/album/pie-kruka
http://bvblbn.bandcamp.com/album/black-velvet-band


Thursday, May 16, 2013

VIDEOS - FROM UNDER THE STONE

Sunday, May 12, 2013

REVIEW - MUIRSHEEN DURKIN and Friends "Last Order" (2012)

Muirsheen Durkin & Friends "Last Order" (2013)
Release date: December 2012
Running time: 32:18, 10 tracks

 
Muirsheen Durkin (and Friends) is a German band that was formed 5 years ago. The band leader Thoma “Lanze” Landsknecht (mandolin, banjo, guitars) played in a punk band 30 years ago together with their band mates Lothar Gödde (bass) and Chris “Kentop” Eggenstein (drums). Lanze has been collecting Celtic rock CDs from all around the world (including Australian, Japanese, Chinese and Indonesian bands). So, they decided to blend Irish traditional music with punk and they were joined by Lady Godiva/Kings & Boozers members Thomas Rünker (lead vocals, tin whistle, flugelhorn) and Christian “Kiki” Eickel (accordion). Other members that jumped in are Sonja Plage (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Ralf “Ehli” Ehlert (electric guitar) and Thomas “Püddl” Pütter.

All of the tracks on their debut album “Last Order” are covers:  8 traditional songs, a traditional song with new lyrics by Lanze and a The Skels song. Then, a question comes immediately to my mind. There are  enough German CDs full of Irish covers, for instance The Porters’ and Auld Corn Brigade’s debut albums. Was a new covers album necessary? Muirsheen Durkin and Friends have followed two goals:

1) To feature a bunch of songs that have not been covered by every single band on the scene
2) A new approach, since they are aware that  mixing traditional music and punk was not something new

Regarding the first goal, it’s clear that they have succeeded. They have put new lyrics to “Hot Asphalt” (“Irish Pub Song”) and it’s one of the best songs on the album. They have covered “Have a Drink Ya Bastards” by the Skels, featuring “Bugger Off” at the end of the song. They have chosen a song already recorded by The Killigans, “Santy Anno”, and the result is OK. And they have included a couple of songs that are seldom covered  , “Sally Brown” and “My Son John”.

As far as the other goal is concerned, I feel that it should be changed. Some of the arrangements  are closed to Shane/Pogues renditions (“Minstrel Boy” and “The Parting Glass”). And, even if the vocals are shared by MacRünker and Sonja, some of the songs have a Lady Godiva flavour :“Greenland Whale Fisheries” (but it’s true that a new element has been added, “The Battle of Brisbane” is featured at the end of the song), the tune added to “The Parting Glass”, the sound of “Marie’s Wedding”…I find this normal and it’s not bad. In fact, I love Lady Godiva. So, I wouldn’t  use the words new approach, but enjoyable approach.

If you like tin whistle and accordion and if you are a little bit fed up with listening the same traditional songs, then “Last Order” is  a worth buying CD.

Tracklist:

01 - Marie´s Wedding 3:04
02 - Santy Anno 3:36
03 - Have a Drink Ya Bastards 3:28
04 - My Son John 3:04
05 - Irish Pub Song 2:50
06 - Greenland Whale Fisheries 3:46
07 - Minstrel Boy 2:43
08 - Sally Brown 2:33
09 - God Save Ireland 3:30
10 - Parting Glass 3:44


http://www.myspace.com/muirsheendurkin
https://www.facebook.com/MuirsheenDurkinAndFriends
http://www.regioactive.de/muirsheendurkin


Contact the band's manager to buy the CD:

chris.eggenstein@googlemail.com

Review by Kinksmarkham

Friday, May 10, 2013

SAMPLER 2013 - VOL III



Some of the bands featured on this sampler have been included on previous samplers  or have shared for free their previous recordings. Anyway, all of them are really worth hearing.

As usual, all of the tracks can be downloaded for free from legal sites:

Tracks 1-3 and 6-9 available at Reverbnation
Tracks 4 and 5 available at Bandcamp
Track 10 available at Soundcloud


1) WEESE, PADDY! (Doylestown, PA, USA)

http://www.weesepaddy.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/weesepaddy
http://weesepaddy.stereokiller.com
http://www.facebook.com/WeesePaddy
https://twitter.com/WeesePaddy

Line-up:

Ryan Williams - Guitar, vocals
Karly Klein - Vocals
Chris Brill - Banjo, violin, Vocals
Chris Dromboski - Guitar
Shane Hobensack - Guitar, vocals
Matt Amend - Bass, vocals
Trevor Scott - Drums

2) VAGRANT NATION (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

http://www.reverbnation.com/vagrantnation
https://www.facebook.com/vagrantnation
https://twitter.com/vagrantnation

Nick Morgan - Guitars, lead vocals
Michael "Mickey" Madden- Stand up bass
Rich Piscani - Drums, percussion
Danae MacElroy - Fiddle
 - Mandolin/banjo
John McKenna - Accordion

Discography:

"One for the Gallows" (EP, March 2013)

3) 13KRAUSS (Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain)

http://www.facebook.com/13krauss
https://twitter.com/13Krauss
http://13krauss.bandcamp.com


Line-up:

Body -  Lead vocals
Miguel I-  Guitar, back. vocals
Miguel II - Bass, back. vocals
Guille - Drums
Mario - Vocals, guitar
David - Bagpipes, tin whistle, back. vocals
Slow - Viola

4) DEIEDRA (Santurtzi, Basque Country)

http://www.deiedrafolk.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/DEIEDRA/117171008894
http://www.myspace.com/deiedra

http://deiedra.bandcamp.com
https://twitter.com/Deiedra

Line-up:

Hibai Deiedra - Guitar, mandolin, vocals
Urritz-  Bodhrn
Andion - Percussion
Sergio - Tin whistle and flute

Discography:

"Folk Pirata" (2012 Reload)
"Legegabeen kondairak" (10 tracks, 2012 Reload)
"Dagda beltza" (10 tracks, 2011)

5) SIXTYSIXDAYS (Denver, CO, USA)

http://www.reverbnation.com/sixtysixdays
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sixtysixdays/208869289132700
http://www.myspace.com/sixtysixdays

Line-up:

Christopher Shelby - Guitar, vocals
Braden Rauen - Fiddle, whistle, vocals
Dave Lamothe - Bass, vocals
Andy McQueen - Drums

6) RAIN IN SUMMER (Bandung, West Java, Indonesia)

http://www.reverbnation.com/raininsummer
http://www.myspace.com/raininsummerpunkjava
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Raininsummerpunk/148291631867240
https://twitter.com/raininsummer08

Line-up:

Az-war Sidick - Lead vocals, tin whistle
Galih D.P. - Bass, back. vocals
Sulaeman - Acoustic guitar & back.vocals
Adjie Hadhian - Mandolin, guitar & back.vocals
Taufik Sulaiman - Accordion, ukulele & back. vocals
Esa Rodian - Drums

DOWNLOAD:

http://turbobit.net/tvqbhmtm1pkb.html

or:

http://dfiles.eu/files/zds800b6r


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

FREE DOWNLOADS - FIACHRAS


Two albums released by the Basque band Fiachras are available at Bandcamp (Name Yor Price).


Personnel:

Aitor Aldanondo
Txus Martinez
Andoni Aperribai
Joseba García de Andoin
Josu Zeziaga
Haritz Artola
DOWNLOAD:

Monday, May 6, 2013

VIDEO - BLACKEYED DEMPSEYS "Seven Shades of Hell

Sunday, May 5, 2013

REVIEW - THE FATTY FARMERS "Refarmatory" (2013)

The Fatty Farmers "Refarmatory" Self-released
Release date: 14 March 2013
Running time: 58:02, 13 tracks + 1 hidden track


After a succesful crowdfunding campaign at Verkami, The Fatty Farmers sophomore release is out. “Refarmatory” is probably one of the most awaited releases in 2013, since their previous album got rave reviews in Europe.

The so-called Spanish Flogging Molly have delivered almost an hour of music. “Refarmatory” has been produced by the band, but they have switched to a different studio were the tracks have been recorded, mixed and mastered. This time, the sound is more rocking and electric guitar and bass play a more important role. There are some awesome numbers on which the influence by the band from “behind the green door” is still clear (“At the Counter Bar”  and “21 BlackJack”). However, the guys from Toledo are opening to new influences. For instance, some arrangements have a Paddy and The Rats twist on tracks such as “Fancy Prankster” (my fave), “The American Dream” (featuring some amazing tunes) and “The Way Back Home”.  Other highlights of the album are the football anthem “Next Sunday We’ll Be Back Again” (they have released a video for this song, check it out) and the gypsy folk goes ska number “Sraka Dupa”. This one is an instrumental that shows clearly the party side of the band.

Yes, The Fatty Farmers are a live experience and they always play catchy songs that have been written to be enjoyed with a beer at hand, dancing and shouting. But a bunch of songs on “Refarmatory” don’t follow this path. The vibe on those tracks is different , since they deal with social themes and the music is stuck to the words: “No More Woman You’ll Kill”, a song about domestic violence, “Rather Die than Forget”, a song about Alzheimer, “With Head Held High” (musically one of the best songs on the CD), about unemployment and evictions, a real problem in Spain, and “Hate Cannot Forever”, about reconciliation as a way of sorting out long standing conflicts.

At the end of the album there are a couple of surprises for their Spanish fans. First of all, The Fatty Farmers cover “Johnny Techno Ska”, a hit by Paco Pil, who guest on lead vocals. Secondly, when the CD is over and one waits a couple of minutes, a Spanish version of “At the Counter Bar” will be played (“Lurfy el payaso”)

Well, I could keep on writing about other interesting songs like “My Childhood Dreams”. But I feel that it’s about  time to enjoy the music. And that’s my advice: buy a copy and enjoy!

Tracklist:

01. No More Woman You´ll Kill 4:10
02. 21 blackjack 3:42
03. Sraka Dupa 2:11
04. Rather Die Than Forget 4:46
05. Next Sunday We´ll Be Back Again 5:02
06. The Way back home 4:14
07. With Head Held High 4:09
08. The American Dream 3:32
09. Hate cannot be Forever 5:30
10. At The Counter Bar 3:45
11. My childhood dreams 3:26
12. Fancy Prankster 3:59
13. Johnny Techno Ska (feat. Paco Pil) 5:47
14. Lurfy el payaso (hidden track) 3:44

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Review by Kinksmarkham

Friday, May 3, 2013

VIDEO - CELKILT "Everyday's Saint Patrck's Day" (Live)

Thursday, May 2, 2013

BAND OF THE MONTH - FROM UNDER THE STONE

Band of May 2013: From Under the Stone, from Calgary, Alberta (Canada).

"Formed in late 2011 from members of three bands - Inspected By 40's Cody and Chris, 7 Deadly Grins' Sarah, and Censless' Rob and Jay. And introducing Mr. Nick and Mr. Adam!! Influenced by such bands as The Real McKenzies, The Dreadnoughts, Iron Maiden, Bad Religion, Flogging Molly, and many more. From Under the Stone meshes the sound of hardcore punk rock, heavy metal, and traditional Celtic music."

Sazo McQueen - 6 strings, 4 strings, vocal strings
Choda O'Hary - Vocal strings, 6 strings
Stalion Kiltflasher - 8 strings, 4 strings, 6 strings
Khaki McCordoroy - 4 strings, 6 strings
Inflatey McAirbag - Wind, words
Bones McDicklicker - Beating on stuff
A(god)dam McQueerie - Four strings with a lot of hair

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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

REVIEW: MOLLY MALONE'S “Obłęd” (2013)

Molly Malone's "Obled" Lou Rocked Boys LOU 115 CD
Release date: 17 april 2013
Running time: 41:19, 11 tracks


I would like to thank again Marcin Puszka (Hello Folks!)for the shout-out

Celtic punk/rock has been shifting to Central and Eastern Europe. Bands from Hungary, the Czech Republic, Serbia or Slovenia have given a new lease of life to the genre and the likes of Paddy and The Rats, Firkin or Happy Ol’ McWeasel are well-known all around the world.

Molly Malone’s, from Giżycko (Poland), are joining that bunch of amazing bands. These guys released a 4 track EP in 2011 whose tracks were featured on our sampler from January 2012.

Their debut album, “Obłęd” (madness), was recorded between September 24 and October 14, 2012 at Studio X. It was recorded, mixed at mastered by Marcin Kielbaszewski, who has done a fantastic job. He has got the right balance between rocking and traditional instruments. And, given the band’s musicianship and passion, the final result is awesome.

Bands such as Flogging Molly and The Dreadnoughts are often mentioned as the ones who have influenced Molly Malone’s sound. In fact, the band thanks The Dreadnoughts on the liner notes. The main features of The Dreadnoughts sound are energy and Central and Eastern Europe music, but they are Canadians. It’s normal that Molly Malone’s music gets a Central and Eastern Europe twist, since they hail from Central Europe.

The best tracks? “Gniazdo Zmij”, which shows the strengths of the band (accordion and fiddle together with electric guitar and great rhythm section) on a Killigans style song; “Nie Czekajmy”, another track that can rival with The Killigans and The Dreadnoughts; “Déjà vu”, a different sound, Celtic metal à la Mago de Öz featuring whistle player Marcin Ruminski from the band Shannon; “List”, a song in the vein of Happy Ol’ McWeasel; “Obłęd”, featuring gang vocals and a party at the pub at the end of the song;  and “Szminki Slad” another Central and Eastern Europe number.

Obłęd” is one of the most enjoyable CDs that I have listened in 2013. Eleven songs and only one cover. A kick-ass production on which the electric guitar sounds powerful, but the fiddle and the accordion can be clearly heard. Let alone the packaging: an excellent digipack showing an Irish pub during a fight and when the fight is over. Obviously the tavern’s name is Molly Malone’s. Fans looking  for new bands whose music is fresh and different should get a copy of this CD. It’s really a shame that “Obłęd” will be overlooked by some people from the other side of the pond only because Molly Malone’s don’t sing in English.


Tracklist:
  
1. Molly Malone    3:39
2. Nie czekajmy    3:17
3. Obled 3:49  
4. Zapomnij - Pamietaj 3:17  
5. Bez sumienia    3:03
6. List    3:50
7. Dwie burze 5:23
8. Gniazdo zmij    4:38
9. Deja Vu 2:48
10. Przyszlosc i przeszlosc 3:33
11. Szminki slad 4:03

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Review by Kinksmarkham
 

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