Thursday, April 30, 2015

VIDEO - DEN RAW FOLK "les filles du quai" (album version)

Den Raw Folk have released a new vid for "Les filles du quai". The version that can be heard is taken from the album "Urban Romance".




Wednesday, April 29, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - CACHIRULOS XL "Con el León"

Cachirulos XL have just recorded a Real Zaragoza football song, "Con el león".

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

HELP THE FATTY FARMERS TO RELEASE THEIR THIRD ALBUM

(Info from Verkami)

The Fatty Farmers thought that you can take part in this record and the best way is through the crowdfunding collaboration.

So we've chosen to finance half of this project, exactly 80% of the cost of the disc recording, mixing, mastering, design, prints, t-shirts and music videos through crowdfunding.

Budget:

- Audio Recording and mixing: 2.900 €
- Mastering: 210 €
- Design / Art: 450 €
- Disc: CD + booklet: 700 €
- T-shirts: 500 €
Total: € 4.760 €

We are proud to announce, that we will enter the Studio in Toledo on the 21 of Abril 2015 and the new album will be ready in July.

You help us by paying in advance the album, T-shirt, or whatever you want ..... and with that money we can record our new album, make T-shirts, etc and we´ll send it as soon as possible. We´ll have 40 days to get the money and if we don´t get it, money will not come out from our pockets.

Take a closer look at the rewards, we adjusted for all budgets. You can participate in the new album very actively.

On the website of Verkami have a blog where you can ask us any question or suggestion and we will answer you quickly


 

Monday, April 27, 2015

REVIEW - STONE CLOVER "Proper Villains" (2015)

Stone Clover "Proper Vilains" Self-released
Release date: 7 March 2015
Running time: 30:44, 10 tracks


Stone Clover is Paul Brady (lead vocals, guitar), Ian Dixon (bass, back. vocals), Taylor Izak (fiddle, bckg. vocals), Matthew Flannery (mandolin, banjo and accordion) and Marc Williams (drums). They wrote one of the best Celtic drinking songs of the recent years, “Awesome”, a song that can be found on their previous live album. Fortunately, a studio take has been included on their latest offering “Proper Villains”.

Proper Villains” is not a suitable album for teetotal people, since it’s full of songs about booze. For instance, “One More Beer” and “Last Night” are amazing (and funny) numbers about going on the lash. Or “Binge and Purge”, just listen to their lyrics “I’ve never met a bottle that I didn’t like” and enjoy the  catchy “la da da da da” chorus. Or “The Burn What Makes Me Ill”, another outstanding number. Together with these drinking songs, there is an interesting sea song, the closing number “Brine

But there is place for other musical directions. “Coupe De Ville” is one of my faves, maybe because the fiddle sounds different. And “Cupid’s Lament” features some sad fiddle and accordion with a slight British twist.

The album is packed in a jewel case. The 4 page booklet includes the lyrics to all of the songs, personnel, credits and thank yous. Other bands from Michigan such as Bill Grogan’s Goat and The Codgers are thanked, together with the following breweries: Kuhnhenn Brewing Company, Rochester Mills Beer Company, Dragonmead Microbrewery and Michigan Brewers Guild. 

The digital version of the album has a couple of bonus tracks, the radio edits for “Awesome” and “Bounce, Bounce

Stone Clover have released an awesome drinking songs album based on original compositions. They also play Irish standards live, but on  "Proper Villains" they have focused on their own stuff, and I feel that this is the approach that the scene needs. If you are looking for fun and drinking songs, then  Stone CloverProper Villains” is the right album to party.


Tracklist:

01 - One More Beer 02:55
02 - Devil On A Side Street 02:26
03 - Binge & Purge 03:05
04 - The Burn What Makes Me Ill 02:40
05 - Awesome 02:51
06 - Last Night 02:32
07 - Bounce Bounce 03:28
08 - Coupe DeVille 02:45
09 - Cupid's Lament 04:19
10 - Brine 03:38

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Review by Kinksmarkham


Sunday, April 26, 2015

VIDEO - THE ROGUES FROM COUNTY HELL "Irish Dervish"

Video for the song "Irish Dervish" from The Rogues from County Hell CD "Irish Dervish".



 



FREE DOWNLOAD - SEPTEM CUSTODES "Demo 2014"

Septem Custodes hail from Madrid (Spain) and play progressive folk rock. Their "Demo 2014" is vailable for free (Name Your Price).

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Line-up:

Jose - Whistles, bagpipes, bodhrán
Rober Lago - Traverse flute, whistles and ocarina
Rober Metal - Drums
Cristina - Guitar, backing vocals
Aníbal - Lead vocals, keyboards
David Payno - Bass, bck. vocals
Dani Iscariote, a la voz principal.

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Saturday, April 25, 2015

VIDEO - O'CRAVEN "War March"

O'Craven live video for "War March".

"O'Craven LIVE at the Motopool automotive in Campbell C.A. for there annual St. Paddy's day show. Preforming "War March" written, and composed by O'Craven. Filmed and produced by Brigade Concert Cinema, and Logan Parks. March 2015"

O'Craven - War March



REVIEW - THE ROGUES FROM COUNTY HELL "Irish Dervish" (2015)

The Rogues from County Hell "Irish Dervish" Psycho Recordings
Release date: 21 March 2015
Running time: 16:05, 6 tracks

Curiously, a back to The Pogues wave has arrived to the Celtic punk scene. Keily’s Folk covered “The Old Main Drag” on their latest album; The Rathmines were formed after seeing The Pogues live; the Catalonian band Sigelpa has covered “Bottle of Smoke” on their brand new EP; and the German band The Rogues from County Hell introduce themselves as a Pogues tribute band.

The Rogues from County Hell is a new eight piece band that has recently released a 6 track mini-album. They are Acci (vocals), Patrick (banjo, mandolin, vocals), Wulla (accordion), Udo (drums), Merkel (bass, vocals), Donny (electric guitar), Tina (tin whistle,flute) and Hotte (acoustic guitar, vocals). Their mini-album is titled “Irish Dervish” and was recorded by Heiko Merten and mixed and mastered by Martin Don Schneider at Psycho Recordings.

Irish Dervish” consists of 4 traditional standards previously recorded by The Pogues and two originals (“Irish Dervish” and “Shane”) written by banjoist Patrick Helle. As usual, I prefer to focus on the self-penned stuff. Both “Irish Dervish” and “Shane” (a tribute to Shane MacGowan) are upbeat and catchy songs that are a good starting point for the band’s career.

As far as the covers are concerned, although they remain faithful to The Pogues takes, all of them are faster renditions played with gusto.

The mini-album is delivered in a gatefold sleeve that has been designed by David Moos at Omma Hädwich Grakikstube. Band members pics and credits are stated. Maybe it would have been a good idea to include the lyrics to the original songs too.

Irish Dervish” is a nice collection of songs in The Pogues vein. Next stop: a full album featuring more original material.

Tracklist:

1 - Irish Dervish 2:43
2 - The Leaving of Liverpool 2:37
3 - Shane 2:38
4 - The Greenland Whale Fisheries 2:10
5 - The Star of the County Down 2:45
6 - The Irish Rover 3:09


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Friday, April 24, 2015

VIDEOS - GHOSTS OF BANNOCKBURN

FREE DOWNLOAD - X-FANEKAES DEMOS

X-Fanekaes (Valencia Region, Spain) are sharing their 2 track demo for free at Bandcamp.

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Thursday, April 23, 2015

FREE DOWNLOAD - SIGELPA "Ens van diagnosticar un transtorn" (2015)

Sigelpa have just released a 5 track EP titled "Ens van diagnosticar un transtorn".

It can be downloaded from Bandcamp (Name Your Price)

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FEATURED ALBUMS AT CELTIC-FOLK-PUNK RADIO (24-26 APRIL 2015)

The Rogues from Co. Hell "Irish Dervish", Stone Clover "Proper Vilains" and Roving Crows "Up Heaval" are the featured albums at Celtic-Folk-Punk Radio.

Other bands that will be played: The Real McKenzies "Rats in the Burlap", Mr. Irish Bastard "The World, The Flesh and the Devil", The South Shore Ramblers "Demo 2015", Sigelpa "Single-A saia da Carolina", Septem Custodes "Demo 2014", The Folkies "Demo", Mala Suerte "La herencia de los náufragos" and Loretta Problem "Celebrate Now + Singles"


This is the weekend schedule:

Friday 24 April 2015

6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Saturday 25 April 2015

2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Sunday 26 April 2015

2h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

There are two different playlists, and therefore every 4 hours the songs won't be the same. Besides, the order will be different every day. That is, if you can only listen to the radio on Friday,  for instance, at 22h00, you can listen again on Saturday at 22h00, since the songs won't be exactly the same.

Tune in and enjoy!




MORE NEWS!!!!

A live album and a seminal studio album will be played every two Saturdays. These are the albums that will be played on Saturday 25 April 2015:

- Celtas Cortos "Nos vemos en los bares" (1997) at 20:00 CET 

- The Men They Couldn't Hang "Silver Town + Demos" (1989) at 23:08 CET

FEATURED ALBUMS AT CELTIC-FOLK-PUNK RADIO (24-26 APRIL 2015)

The Rogues from Co. Hell "Irish Dervish", Stone Clover "Proper Vilains" and Roving Crows "Up Heaval" are the featured albums at Celtic-Folk-Punk Radio.

Other bands that will be played: The Real McKenzies "Rats in the Burlap", Mr. Irish Bastard "The World, The Flesh and the Devil", The South Shore Ramblers "Demo 2015", Sigelpa "Single-A saia da Carolina", Septem Custodes "Demo 2014", The Folkies "Demo", Mala Suerte "La herencia de los náufragos" and Loretta Problem "Celebrate Now + Singles"


This is the weekend schedule:

Friday 24 April 2015

6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Saturday 25 April 2015

2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Sunday 26 April 2015

2h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

There are two different playlists, and therefore every 4 hours the songs won't be the same. Besides, the order will be different every day. That is, if you can only listen to the radio on Friday,  for instance, at 22h00, you can listen again on Saturday at 22h00, since the songs won't be exactly the same.

Tune in and enjoy!




MORE NEWS!!!!

A live album and a seminal studio album will be played every two Saturdays. These are the albums that will be played on Saturday 25 April 2015:

- Celtas Cortos "Nos vemos en los bares" (1997) at 20:00 CET 

- The Men They Couldn't Hang "Silver Town + Demos" (1989) at 23:08 CET

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

REVIEW - KEILY'S FOLK "AIRISH- Another Italian Rover and Irish Singer History" (2014)

Keily's Folk "AIRISH - Another Italian Rover and Irish Singer History" Self-released
Release date: 12 September 2014
Running time: 45:55, 12 tracks


Keily’s Folk are Alice Visconti (fiddle and vocals), Massimo Caserio (guitar, bouzouki, banjo, mandolin and vocals), Roberto Cilia (acoustic bass and whistle) and Diego Zanetto (drums and vocals). With the help from former member Franco Tonso (accordion), Simone Boglia (Flute) and Diego Roffino (trumpet), they released their 4th album in 2014: "AIRISH-Another Italian Rover & Irish Singer History” . The album is a well-balanced blend of self-penned songs, Irish and American standards and several covers (Fabrizio de Andrè, The Pogues, Steve Earle, Johnny Cash and Flogging Molly). Keily’s Folk originally was a trio playing acoustic Irish music and little by little they evolved into a folk rock band. They say that they “saw the light” in 2013 at a Flogging Molly gig. So, Keily’s Folk could be described as a folk rock band similar to Delilah’s Revenge with some Oysterband drops.

The album begins with and Alice’s song, “L’irlandese”. The lyrics in Italian are about a guy who “is not red-haired, doesn’t speak English, doesn’t drink stout, but they call him the Irishman”. It’s a lively song featuring fiddle and tin whistle which is followed by “Is Fada”, another original. This one is sung by Alice. It has an acoustic guitar intro in the British folk-rock vein and a fantastic fiddle theme. The second half of the song is a little bit slower and Franco guests on accordion.

The next numbers are a couple of American standards. The first one merges two songs that can be found on Bruce SpringsteenWe Shall Overcome – The Seeger Sessions” album: “Old Dan Tucker” and “Pay Me My Money Down”. Both of them have boy and girl vocals. The former features mainly mandolin and fiddle and the latter has some accordion at the end. “Marching through Georgia” is the other American standard, a fast-paced banjo and fiddle led song.

Keily’s Folk shift from the USA to Ireland in track no. 5, "Matt Hoon Set", a set of tunes consisting of “Fermoy Lasses”, “The Congress Reel” and “The Crooked Road to Dublin”. Taking into account that the band started as an Irish folk band, they are able to deliver an amazing rocking version adding drums and acoustic bass.

"Galway Girl” is the first of the XXIst century classics that Keily’s Folk cover on this album. The Steve Earle’s song has been covered by other Italian acts such as Meneguinness and Lennon Kelly. Anyway, Keily’s Folk deliver a kick ass rendition. Everything match perfectly well: Alice’s vocals and fiddle, Franco on accordion, Diego on drums and Massimo on acoustic guitar and backing vocals.

Before The Pogues cover there is another upbeat song sung in Italian (even if the title is in English): “Give Me Another Beer”. The song features tributes to Bob Geldof (“The Great Song of Indifference”) and Flogging Molly (the “Delilah” live version at the end of the song) and is the proof that Keily’s Folk can play Celtic punk drinking songs too.

Old Main Drag” is a personal fave. I’ve always love this song and Keily’s Folk version is really impressive.

Johnny CashRing of Fire” has become a standard, but it’s always a winner. Diego Roffino guests on trumpet on this cover sung by Alice. There are great backing vocals and awesome accordion arrangements.

I have mixed feelings with Keily’s Folk version of “Star of the Co. Down” There are interesting fiddle arrangements and a nice tune at the end has been added. However, I feel that the vocals are a little bit tame. IMHO, they would be OK for “Dives and Lazarus”, another song with the same music, but not for “Star of the Co. Down

The second classic from the XXIst century to be covered is “Drunken Lullabies”. This Flogging Molly song and Dropkick MurphysShipping Up to Boston” are played by every single band at their gigs. Curiously, not so many covers have been recorded so far. Keily’s Folk play a respectful version of the song.

To finish up, Keily’s Folk cover the Italian songwriter Fabrizio de Andrè. Alice vocal performance is first class. Once again, Keily’s Folk pay tribute to Flogging Molly, as a small part of “If I Ever Leave This World Alive” can be heard.

AIRISH-Another Italian Rover and Irish Singer History” packaging is a four panel digipack. It includes a full band pic, old member Franco Tonso pic, line-up, guests and thank yous. No lyrics for the self-penned songs are provided.

Keily’s Folk fourth album is a highly recommendable CD. The band is really solid and if they are able to write more originals for their next album and improve the English pronunciation, I’m sure  that they’ll reach a wider audience.


Tracklist:

01 - L'irlandese 3:15
02 - Is fada 4:49
03 - Old Dan Tucker/ Pay me my Money Down 5:17
04 - Marching Through Georgia 3:51
05 - Matt Hoon Set (Fermoy Lasses / Congress Reel / The Crooked Road to Dublin) 3:13
06 - Galway Girl 3:51
07 - Give Me Another Beer 3:21
08 - Old Main Drag 3:53
09 - Ring of Fire 3:21
10 - Star of the County Down 3:37
11 - Drunken Lullabies 4:10
12 - La Canzone del Maggio 3:14

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Review by Kinksmarkham


Sunday, April 19, 2015

VIDEOS - THE REAL MCKENZIES

Some The Real McKenzies live videos in HD. All the songs from their new album "Rats in the Burlap"




The Real McKenzies - Stephen's Green



The Real McKenzies - Yes




Saturday, April 18, 2015

VIDEO - THE ROGUES FROM COUNTY HELL "Shane"

The Rogues from County Hell are from Germany. They have recently released a 6 track mini-album, "Irish Dervish" that will be reviewed soon. This is the video for the song "Shane", a tribute to Shane MacGowan.


Line-up:

Acci - lead vocals
Patrick - banjo, mandolin
Udo - drums
Hotte - guitar
Meykel - bass, vocals
Wulla - accordion
Tina - whistles
Martin - mandolin, acoustic guitar








Thursday, April 16, 2015

REVIEW - HAPPY OL' McWEASEL "Heard Ya Say!" (2015)

Happy Ol' McWeasel "Heard Ya Say"
Release date: March 17, 2015
Running time: 41:37, 12 tracks

 

There are quite a few long-awaited albums that have been out or are going to be released in 2015: The Rumjacks, The Real McKenzies, Mr. Irish Bastard, The Peelers … However, the one that I was eager to listen to was Happy Ol’ McWeasel's second album, “Heard Ya Say!. The seven Slovenians first album, “No Offence”, was a gem. But, IMHO, the self-penned songs were far better than the Irish standards. Then, I wanted to know which approach they would follow in their sophomore album. Fortunately, Gregor and the boys have delivered 12 top-notch originals that make this album a must have.

Heard Ya Say!” has all the ingredients for success: a well-balanced mix between electric instruments (guitar, bass and drums) and folk instruments (accordion, banjo and viola); a fantastic singer and great backing vocals; punk metal and hard rock arrangements; infectious acoustic themes … and a Central European “appellation d’origine” sound.

Let’s focus on some of the songs. “Blow” is my favourite song on the album: one listen to the acoustic guitar, but soon accordion, guitars and drums grab you into a maelstrom. Gregor vocals are perfect, there is a viola and banjo solo, some seagulls sounds and then the electric guitar part. A kick-ass hard-rock number with a Meat Loaf twist.

Another highlight is “On Your Own”. It’s an epic song with an excellent folk theme. Banjo, viola, accordion, backing vocals ... everything fits on this well-oiled number.

Away” has an acoustic beginning with viola and accordion, and then it burst into a powerful hard rock song with gang vocals and electric guitar.

Badger and The Coon” is a lively song featuring accordion and fiddle. Happy Ol’ McWeasel give Paddy and the Rats a run for their money with this catchy song.

Running through” is a number on which the folk instruments weight is maybe smaller, but it’s an excellent song with guitars and great vocals as usual.

I've named a few songs, but the average level is very, very high: “Join the Crew” with street punk gang vocals and sharp guitars, “Can’t Wait” with its pop-rock from the 80’s flavour, “Left Behind”, and Americana number with Flatfoot 56 echoes, “World to See”, a punk goes metal song, or the opening number “Heard Ya Say!”. And remember, the album has been produced by Bezjak and Happy Ol' McWeasel, and mastered by Finnish mastering wizard Mika Jussila at Finnvox. "Heard Ya Say!" digital version can be downloaded for free from the band's website, but CDs can be bought from the band's store too.

Happy Ol’ McWeasel have joined the selected group of European bands that are stretching the boundaries of Celtic punk-rock. They have decided to join the ranks of the likes of Sir Reg and Paddy and The Rats and have delivered a master piece. Hats-off!



Tracklist:

01. Heard Ya Say! 3:56
02. Good Deeds 3:08
03. Away 3:19
04. On Your Own 3:49
05. Badger and the Coon 3:10
06. Join the Crew (Anthem)
07. Not True 3:48
08. Can‘t Wait 3:16
09. Blow 3:32
10. Left Behind 4:10
11. Running Through 3:39
12. World to See 2:53

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Review by Kinksmarkham


Tuesday, April 14, 2015

REVIEW - MORE POWER TO YOUR ELBOW "Until the Last Note Fades" (2013)

More Power to Your Elbow "Until the Last Note Fades" self-released
Release date: 8 November 2013
Running time: 39:21, 10 tracks


More Power to Your Elbow rocks! The eight piece band from Co. Tyrone released their third album in 2013. Their fans have had to wait 17 years to listen to the follow-up to their second album “Fingers of Fun” (1996). There are plenty of Celtic rocks bands everywhere, but unfortunately a lot of fans don’t know that the likes of More Power to Your Elbow and Goats Don’t Shave delivered several essential albums in the 90’s. More Power to Your Elbow members have grown-up, but they keep on playing infectious sets of tunes and great songs.

The album kicks off with a set of reels titled “Two New Bows”. Keyboards, tin whistle and banjo showcase the magic from Ireland. It’s followed by a song written by Gerry Cunningham and sung by bassist Patsy Montague, “I Won’t Go”.

Track no. 3 is another set of reels, “The Block Set”. The boys and the girls do a fantastic job and I’m sure that you’ll enjoy these tunes.

The next song is a sort of a tribute to the Gaelic Games: "Our Game!". The “Foggy Dew” theme is featured along the song. The lyrics have been written by Gerry and there is a reel titled “Sam’s Fancy” written by multi-instrumentalist Pat Casey and fiddler Clare McCrystal.

Track no. 5 is a set of tunes called “The Carmen Express”. Tin whistles, harmonica and banjo can be heard on this amazing number. The Carmen Express was a train that linked a rural district known as Carmen with the rest of Ireland. Unfortunately, the service was discontinued and the railway was dismantled.

So Far Away” is a poignant emigration song. Traditionally, thousands of Irishmen have been forced to leave their country. During the Celtic tiger days, all the people were thinking that these days were over. But once again job opportunities are scarce and young people are obliged to go abroad.

Until the Last Note Fades” is an original tune. It has been written by Fiddler Clare McCrystal and multi-instrumentalist Damian Cullen. Brillliant!

The next number is a song titled “I Don’t Mind”. It has a country twist and it’s sung by Gerry.

More Than One Love” is an amazing set of tunes covering different styles: rock, reggae, Scottish folk music and Irish folk music. The final result is perfect, another evidence that More Power to Your Elbow instrumentals kick ass.

To finish up,
More Power to Your Elbow deliver another interesting song, “Every Time”. Gerry wrote this song to celebrate the birth of his second daughter Maighread.

The album packaging is a digipak with a 18 track booklet. Every single piece of information is provided: liner notes to every song, acknowledgements, credits, line-up, guests, thankyous, band pics, member pics … a real labour of love.

If you’re looking for real Celtic rock album with a perfect balance between sets of tunes and songs, or musicianship and passion, buy More Power to Your ElbowUntil the Last Note Fades”. 

Tracklist:

01 - Two New Bows 4:36
02 - I Won't Go 3:36
03 - The Block Set 4:14
04 - Our Game! 4:29
05 - The Carmen Express 3:26
06 - So Far Away 3:55
07 - Until the Last Note Fades 3:32
08 - I Don't Mind 3:06
09 - More Than One Love 4:10
10 - Every Time 4:13    

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Review by Kinksmarkham

Monday, April 13, 2015

VIDEO - MATILDA'S SCOUNDRELS "Folk Shit Up!"

Matilda's Scoundrels video for "Folk Shit Up!"



Sunday, April 12, 2015

REVIEW - THE BAY STREET BASTARDS "s/t" (2014)

The Bay Street Bastards "s/t" Self-released
Release date: 29 November 2014
Running time: 31:21, 7 tracks

 
The Bay Street Bastards are our current Band of the Month. This Canadian seven piece band released their 7 track debut album at the end of 2014. Several interesting CDs from Canada have been reviewed recently (The Shillelaghs "Bury Me at Sea" and River Jacks "s/t") and this one can be filed together with them. Why? Because The Bay Street Bastards also play their own brand of Celtic/folk punk based on self-penned numbers and they don’t try to follow the two well-known “schools” (Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly), but to develop their own sound which is Canadian to the core. In fact, instruments such as cello are not usual in the folk punk bands, and the drumming is really peculiar.

The album begins with “Same Old Shenanigans”, a song about a great night (drinking and fighting). This number sets the pace for the rest of the album: guitars, backing accordion, special drumming, gang vocals and a cello part at the end of the song.

The second track is titled "Arthur’s Port". Thunder Bay city was born in 1969 when the towns of Fort William and Port Arthur merged. There is some banjo, an overall epic sound and sing along chorus on this number about living and working at the docks in Arthur’s Port.

Fool’s Gold” is another fast-paced punk number with a working class twist: “I don’t give a fuck what you say / I don’t give a fuck about the money you make / I don’t want to hear of those cars you drive or vacations that you take / You think us sheep are all the same / Cause life’s so hard when everyone knows your name

The following song is one of my faves. In fact the guys have a lyrics video on YouTube for this number. “Distill My Beating Heart” is a love song to whiskey and beer. It has a folkier touch with accordion, cello, and, I think, glockenspiel. A fantastic number to sing along at the bar.

Rum Runners from Hell” is the “different” number on the album. A sort of a psychobilly song about Al Capone coming back from hell to bootleg Satan’s booze. Great lyrics!

The CD is coming to its end and the level goes higher.”Slappywags” is, IMHO, the best song on the album. Banjo, fiddle and accordion can be heard on this tribute to their “greatest little boozer”, Slappywags. Yes The Bay Street Bastards write song about alcohol, but also about bars.

The last song has the word “last” on its title: “Last Call”. I love this song too: fiddle, accordion, guitar work,  backing vocals and a Whiskey Wagon attitude. Lyrically the song is close to the opening number.

The Bays Street Bastards self-titled album is packed in a jewel case. It has a 14 page booklet with all of the lyrics, a black and white pic of the band and pics of every single member. The back cover looks like a restaurant bill on which the dishes are the songs titles. Curiously, the guys forgot to include the credits: the line-up is not mentioned and there is no info about where the album was recorded and who produced, recorded, mixed or mastered the album.

Canada keeps on offering kick-ass bands that have something new and different to add to the Celtic/folk punk scene. Grab a copy of The Bay Street Bastards CD and a glass or your favourite beer or whiskey and enjoy them together.

Tracklist:

1 - Same Ol Shenanigan's 2:50
2 - Arthurs Port 3:56
3 - Fools Gold 3:21
4 - Distill My Beating Heart 5:22
5 - Rum Runners from Hell 5:38
6 - Slappywag's 4:27
7 - Last Call 5:20    

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Review by Kinksmarkham


Saturday, April 11, 2015

SIGELPA - ADVANCE FROM THEIR SECOND ALBUM

Catalonian band Sigelpa are releasing their second album soon. In the meanwhile they've uploaded a song to YouTube, a Galician traditional song: "A saia da Carolina".




Friday, April 10, 2015

VIDEOS - KEILY'S FOLK

Keily's Folk official video for "I Fought the Law" from their previous album "Noi che non siamo irlandese" and some live videos for several numbers from their latest album "AIRISH"




Keily's Folk - Ring of Fire Live (Album Launch)



Keily's Folk - L'Irlandese










Thursday, April 9, 2015

FEATURED CDs AT CELTIC-FOLK-PUNK Radio (10-13 APRIL 2015)


Keilly's Folk "AIRISH", The Bay Street Bastards "s/t" and The Rijsel Irish Boy'Z "Whiskey'n'Beer" are the featured albums at Celtic-Folk-Punk Radio.

This is the weekend schedule:

Friday 10 April 2015

6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Saturday 11 April 2015

2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

Sunday 12 April 2015

2h00 (CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)

There are two different playlists, and therefore every 4 hours the songs won't be the same. Besides, the order will be different every day. That is, if you can only listen to the radio on Friday,  for instance, at 22h00, you can listen again on Saturday at 22h00, since the songs won't be exactly the same.
Tune in and enjoy!


1) KEILY'S FOLK (Italy)



2) BAY STREET BASTARDS (USA)


3) THE RIJSEL IRISH BOY'Z (France)



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A live album and a seminal studio album will be played every two Saturdays. These are the albums that will be played on Saturday 11 April 2015:

- Oysterband "Alive and Acoustic" (1998) at 20:00 CET
- Oysterband "The Shouting End of Life" (1995) at 22:50 CET

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

VIDEO - THE REAL McKENZIES "Catch Me"

Video for the song "Catch Me", from the new The Real McKenzies album "Rats in the Burlap"

The Real McKenzies - Catch Me




Thursday, April 2, 2015

BAND OF THE MONTH - THE BAY STREET BASTARDS

(Special thanks to my Aussie friend Steven, who e-mailed to me the info about this band last February 19)

The Band of April 2015 is a folk punk outfit from Canada: The Bay Street Bastards. The Radionomy widget will be at the top of the page at the right side till the end of the month.

Formed in November of 2012, The Bay Street Bastards hail from Thunder Bay, Ontario. The debut show of The Bay Street Bastards took place on February 8th, 2012 to a packed house at Black Pirates Pub. 

Just a bunch of beer swillin', foot stompin', mosh pittin' Canadians."
 

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Line-up:

Kevin Cernjul - vocals / tin whistle / acoustic guitar
Riley Cummine - guitar / fiddle
Nick Harris - bass
Bob Gravelle - cello / vocals / tin whistle
Justin Burla - guitar
Richie Sitarski - accordion
Graeme Todd - drums

Discography:

The Bay Street Bastards (7 tracks, 2014)




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