Friday, October 31, 2014


The Basque band Deiedra is sharing their latest album "Usteak Ustel" for free, but you can always purchase a hard copy (5 EUR + P&P).

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To all our dear friends here & across the miles, its been way too long as they say between drinks, first round for the weekend's ours as we say cheers to you, with the first single and video from our new album, its called ‘Blows & Unkind Words’.. please enjoy responsibly ;) – The Rumjacks.

The Rumjacks - Blows & Unkind Words

Calling out ‘Adults’ on their shitty childish behaviour toward one another, especially in the age of Social Media where courage is not a prerequisite. Our beautiful world is going to Hell around our ears and most of us can’t get past name calling and melodrama, much less tackle anything more serious than opening a packet of crisps. Get up, get real & get on with it.


Oh now come fellow traveller, bend an ear t’ward me,
Come cease all yer rabble & row,
All yer shrill empty laughter is slicin’ right through me,
And there’s feck all so funny no never, no how.
Ye’d as well tell the Devil his work is complete,
We’ll sing ‘share the love’ but we can’t share the streets,
It’s the kick in the arse it’s the kiss on the cheek,
It’s the blows & unkind words.

My conscience rings like a siller bell & I can waltz like a dervish my dear,
Two boots full o’ gravel through your blazin’ hell
With a shit-smeared grin from ear to ear.
Some hearts are like lightning in a bottle, and others like a moth in a can,
Some hearts are a Dead Sea apple, a poison to God & man,
I’m the sweetest bag o’ rats that you’ve ever seen,
I look like trouble & I walk like a king,
It’s my thing, why bawl when I can sing
Of all the blows & unkind words?

You get around gob draggin’ on the ground like lifes gone pissin’ in yer mince,
Were you bullied as a child? Abandoned to the wild?
And been blamin’ every fucker ever since?
We’re all born blind but we’re born with a spine,
So get up & stop hatin’ all the world,
Keep callin’ out to me ‘cos its growin’ hard to see
Through all the blows & unkind words.

Oh get back to yer corners ye filthy wee savages,
No terror hast though for the brave,
Wi’ yer four letter words all at three second intervals,
Two clicks away from a frosty old grave,
If ye’re spoilin’ tae rumble then piss off to war,
And for all o’ yer trouble get hee-feckin’-haw,
For we’re staunch, fit & proud and we’ll suffer no more,
O’ yer blows & unkind words.

Let the putrid little shites while away their lonely nights,
Sayin’ all they wouldn’t dare by light of day,
And if the church or the state can’t find a cure for all the hate,
Then I can’t find the need to vote or even pray.
Ding dang Daisy go ahead & call me crazy,
But this shootin’ match could all be over soon,
And the big fat dame with the foreign sounding name,
Is backstage firin’ up a tune.

Oh you’ve a penny, I’ve a pound, let’s get drunk & fuck around,
We’ll barricade the door against the world,
A kiss o’ life before you leave, ‘cos its growin’ hard to breathe,
Through all the blows & unkind words.

You’ve a penny, I’ve a pound, let’s get drunk & fuck around,
We’ll barricade the door against the world,
I can’t take another night watchin’ grown men fight,
To music made for teenage girls.


The Rumjacks.

Buy Single here:

iTunes - Bows & Unkind Words
iTunes - Plenty

Thursday, October 30, 2014


Birmingham Six "Move On", self-released
Release date: 5 September 2014
Running time: 35:01, 9 tracks

Birmingham Six is a five piece band from Philadelphia that released a couple of albums in 2008 and 2010 (Iron Rations” and “The Kessel Run”). Their new album is titled “Move On” and the current line-up is Joe Arnold (fiddle),  Barry Breslin (guitar, vocals), James Breslin (bass, vocals), Brian Kelly (drums) and Paul Wiese  (vocals, guitar, mandolin). One could define Birmingham Six as a Celtic (punk) rock band with a rebel twist.

Move On” consists of 9 self-penned songs in 35 minutes. My faves would be “Shame”, an upbeat song with a Brighton school fiddle flavour, “Bill’s Songs”, probably the most Celtic punk song on the album, “All Fall Down”, a catchy Celtic rock number from the East coast, and the ballad “Forever Ends".

Another tracks that have caught my attention would be “Move On”, more kick-ass fiddling in the British vein, and “Here at Duffy’s Cut”, a fast paced song about “the workers who  came to America on the John Stamp with hopes of new opportunities only to have their dreams cut short and seamlessly buried in a an unmarked grave by the side of the road."

Move On” is a great collection of songs and I’d like to congratulate Birmingham Six for recording only their own stuff. I’m sure that they play some trad. covers at their shows, but they have trusted in their own material for this studio album. Hats-off guys! Besides,  Birmingham Six sound showcasing Joe’s fiddle is the proof that, even if the band members love the US heavyweights of the genre,  they have their own identity.


1 - All Fall Down 3:09
2 - Here at Duffy's Cut 3:21
3 - Move On 4:05
4 - This Time 4:05
5 - Shame 4:19
6 - Fenian Heart 3:37
7 - Where Forever Ends 3:55
8 - Bill's Song 3:35
9 - Standing Here for You 4:36


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Band's Store

Review by Kinksmarkham

Monday, October 27, 2014


Two new tracks have been released by South African band The South Shore Ramblers, "Bare Knuckle Blackout" and "It's Alright":

Sunday, October 26, 2014

VIDEO - THE CLAN "Irish Rock Jigs"

Video for the set of tunes titled "Irish Rock Jigs" from The Clan debut album. Live footage from their Summer tour.

Saturday, October 25, 2014


The Russian band Middle Class Bastards have just released a 5 track EP titled "Rebel to the Core". It's available for free from Bandcamp.


Friday, October 24, 2014

REVIEW - PIBROCK "S/t" (2014)

Pibrock "s/t" PIB0001/1
Release date: 14 August 2014
Running time: 66:39, 16 tracks

The first time I visited Brittany I spent one night at the Festival Celtique de Lorient. The bill was Deaf Shepherd (Scotland), Danú (Ireland) and a local act. I enjoyed particularly the Deaf Shepherd show, because two pipers were on stage. I don’t know if the guys from PibRock were at that show, but their line-up has also two pipers.

As you probably know, a pibroch (piobaireachd) means piping in Scottish gaelic. So these French guys have chosen the right name for their band, since they play bagpipes with a hard rock attitude (hence the different spelling with a final k, PibRock). In fact, they define their band as Heavy Blues Celtic. PibRock hail from the North of France and their current line-up is Philippe Dehouck (Highland bagpipes), Christophe Popineau (Highland bagpipes, vocals), Yann Huellic (Guitar, vocals, darbouka, karkabou, tablas), David Planque (bass) and Manu Leuliet (drums). Manu recorded only 3 tracks on the album, the rest of the numbers were recorded by the late Xavier Demarquette.

The first numbers on their self-titled album are Celtic rock at its best. That is, Celtic Rock in the Wolfstone vein, a perfect blend of guitar and pipes on three powerful sets of tunes (“Mary Kelly’s/Patrick’s Dream”, “Kas a jig Part 1” and “Kas a jig Part 2”) and an amazing song, (“Whalermen o’Dundee”).  PibRock moves to the blues territory on the following numbers, “It Hurts Me Too” (cover) and “Blues Lament”.

After that blues part, PibRock deliver a couple of numbers written by Yann: “La Doëlanaise” (sung in French) and another hard rock tune (“Bards Maquam”). Then, a couple of standards get the PibRock treatment. Their rendition of “Loch Lomond” is improved with an instrumental part and an epic ending. “Scotland the Brave” is merged with “Wings” and the sound is more 80’s than the previous number.

Soleil d’Orient/Earl of Seaforth’s  Salute” is  a passage to India and “Les trois marins de Groix”a traditional sea song. They are followed by “Lost Bards”, an instrumental number with a Bags of Rock approach.

The album ends up with a three part opus called "Viking Rhapsody". “Saga” is folk-metal, “Lament” a Scorpions infused ballad and “Trech” a song in Breton language with a metal twist.

PibRock's debut album is packed on a jewel case that includes an 8 page booklet with lyrics and credits. Maybe the running time is a little bit long, but you can also think that you get a lot of music for the price of a standard CD.

France has a lot of brilliant musicians playing rock, blues and world music. Some of them have gathered together in order to form an interesting Celtic rock band: PibRock.


01 - Mary Kelly's / Patrick's Dream
02 - Whalermen o'Dundee
03 - Kas a jig - Part 1
04 - Kas a jig - Part 2
05 - It Hurts Me Too / The Campbletown Kiltie Ball
06 - Blues Lament
07 - La Doëlanaise
08 - Bards Maqam
09 - Loch Lomond
10 - Scotland the Brave / Wings
11 - Soleil d' Orient / Earl of Seaforth's Salute
12 - Les trois marins de Groix
13 - Lost Bards
14 - Viking Rhapsody - Saga
15 - Viking Rhapsody - Lament
16 - Viking Rhapsody - Trec'h


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Thursday, October 23, 2014


Canadian band The Irish McDrinkers are currently doing a Battle with 96 other bands in Quebec. They are the only irish rock band.

They need you to go to their Omnium du Rock page, watch their video and vote for them.

A little bit of help from the Irish punk community would be highly appreciated!!!

Here's the  link to the video where you can vote


Paddy Murphy video for "Hot Girl", song from their second album "Coffin Ship".

Tuesday, October 21, 2014


Bastards on Parade are proud to confirm that they are touring Europe this November with UK punk Legends GBH!!

Poland, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Austria, Slovenia and Hungary.

They are adding more dates on their way and way back so write to if you want them rockin your town!!

VIDEO - THE KILLIGANS "The Cornhusker"

(Thanks to Steven for the heads-up)

The Killigans video for "The Cornhusker". The song can be bought from Bandcamp.

This is The Killigans version of “The Cornhusker.” Written in 1909 by Robert W. Stevens, it was dubbed “The Official Field Song of the University of Nebraska” and became deeply ingrained in Nebraska football culture. This video captures the rich Husker tradition from the last one hundred years, and the Nebraska fans that keep it alive. With coaches like Bob Devaney, Tom Osborne, and Bo Pelini, and players like Tommy Frazier, Ndamukong Suh, and Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska is a consistent football powerhouse. There is no place like Nebraska. The Killigans are a folk punk band from Lincoln Nebraska, and they all bleed husker red. The video was produced and edited by Ryan Tweedy, the director of the film Through These Gates.

The Killigans - The Cornhusker

Monday, October 20, 2014

VIDEO - BLACK WATER COUNTY "The Parson's Daughter"

Black Water County video for "The Parson's Daughter" off their second EP "The Fellowship of the Craic"

Black Water County - The Parson's Daughter"

FREE DOWNLOAD - SIGELPA "Aplaudiu" single

The Catalonian band Sigelpa are sharing their new single "Aplaudiu" on Bandcamp (Name Your Price).

An outtake from the "TerraMorta" sessions and a remix. Enjoy


Sunday, October 19, 2014


The band from Quebec Bodh'aktan will be playing in Paris (France) next 27 and 28 October at La Dame du Canton, Port de la Gare, 75013 Paris.

All the info here: (in French)

Bodh'aktan (Québec)  - Rock celtique les 27 & 28 Octobre prochains @La Dame de Canton !

Lors de ces deux concerts exceptionnels parisiens, Bodh'aktan va présenter son nouvel album "Tant qu'il restera du rhum", ils ont été d'ailleurs nominés au prix Felix (Similaire aux Victoires de la Musique en France).

Vous trouverez toutes les informations nécessaires sur l'événement:



Saturday, October 18, 2014

VIDEO - LÁD CÚIG "Patrick MacKenzie"

Catalonian band Lád Cúig video for "Patrick MacKenzie". You should be familiar with the song, as it's often played at our streaming radio Celtic Folk Punk at Radionomy.

Lád Cúig - Patrick MacKenzie

Thursday, October 16, 2014


The Transylvanian band Selfish Murphy go on tour. All the details are on the picture. In the meanwhile, watch their brand new video.


The featured albums of this week at Celtic Folk Punk Radio are as follows:

PibRockSelf-titled” (4 songs)
Kitchen ImplosionPretty Work Brave Boys” (5 songs)
The MahonesThe Hunger & The Fight Part 1” (3 songs)

Songs by The South Shore Ramblers (2) and Lucky 7 (3) will also be played.

This is the schedule:

Friday 17 October 2014

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

Saturday 18 October 2014

2h00, 6h00, 10h00, 14h00, 18h00 and 22h00
(CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)
Sunday 19 October 2014

(CET, Paris-Berlin-Rome time)
Tune in and enjoy!


Debut Music Video by The South Shore Ramblers: "Thirstday".

A working man's song about having too many pints on a weekday and sticking it to his boss the next morning.

Filmed and Edited in 12 hours by Shaun Hillary.
Extra camera work: Devyn.
Editing assistants: Jacky Kearns & Martin Bezuidenhout

The South Shore Ramblers - Thirstday

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

REVIEW - BEYOND THE FIELDS "The Falcon Lives" (2014)

Beyond The Fields "The Falcon Lives" BTF 2014
Release date: 26 September 2014
Running time: 46:45, 12 tracks

Beyond the Fields, a Celtic folk rock band from Lake Constance (Switzerland), was founded in 1998. Apart from a 3 track EP (“Home”), the band had only recorded some “unofficial” live shows.  Finally, the current line-up has recorded their 11 track debut album titled “The Falcon Lives”. André Bollier is the band’s frontman, lead vocalist, acoustic guitarist and songwriter; Marcel Bollier, the bass player; Uwe Schaefer, from Germany, plays mandolin; Eddy Sloof, from The Netherlands, is the drummer and percussionist; and Eva Wey, who also played on Keltikon’s debut album, is the fiddler. Maybe the names are not well-known, but all of them have a long background. For instance, Marcel and Eva teach their instruments and Eddy is a sound engineer.

Taking into account that they’ve been playing live for a long time, Beyond the Fields have chosen their best material from a 40 songs repertoire.  “The Falcon Lives” was  recorded, mixed and mastered by Eddy in spring 2014. All the tracks have been written by André and arranged by the band, with the exception of “Blue Murder”, a poignant rendition of Scottish/Aussie songwriter Alistair Hulett's song about Australia's greatest industrial disaster.  As André pays a lot of attention to lyrics, most of them are focused on feelings. However,  there are also complaints about the mainstream music market (“The Artist’s Song”) or living in England  ("The Canterbury Tales Part 1: The Traveller’s Lament”. Visit the lyrics section at the band's website for further info about this number). Musically, I feel that Beyond the Fields share a common ground with English folk rock bands such as The Rattlers and Why?  and Celtic pop/rock bands such as Coinneach (Scotland) and Popproperly (Australia).

The band’s punk end can be heard on tracks like “Perfect”  and “All I Really Need” (a fast-paced song with a fiddle in the Brighton school vein). “The Traveller’s Lament” is another fave, together with “Dark Waters”, a folk-rock hit. Other interesting pop oriented songs would be “I Wonder if You’re the One”, “Beyond the Fields” and “Home”. And, if you love reggae vibes, check out “The Artist’s Song”.

Regarding the packaging, André and his band mates have chosen to deliver the album in a fantastic digipack with a 20 page booklet full of pics and all the lyrics to the song.

The Falcon Lives” is not your usual Celtic punk/rock album. Don’t look for Flogging Molly or Dropkick Murphys influences.  Nevertheless,  open-minded music fans who love to listen carefully to the lyrics and appreciate fiddle and mandolin sounds perfectly backed by a top-notch rhythm section will enjoy this amazing work.


01. Perfect 3:05
02. One of Those Days 3:16
03. The Artist's Song 5:25
04. The Canterbury Tales, Pt. 1: The Traveler's Lament 3:19
05. Blue Murder 3:40
06. Dark Waters 3:01
07. Beyond the Fields 3:58
08. The Falcon Lives 4:33
09. Home 3:49
10. I Wonder If You're the One (Guess I'll Never Know) 3:48
11. All I Really Need 3:18
12. Any Time 5:31


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Sunday, October 12, 2014

VIDEO - BELLY BLUSTER "Whisky Drunkers"

The Italian band Belly Bluster are back with an official video for their kick-ass song "Whisky Drunkers"

Belly Bluster - Whisky Drunkers

Thursday, October 9, 2014


Bastards on Parade have just released a video for "Bootleggers". Amazing song!!!

Bastards on Parade - Bootleggers

REVIEW - KITCHEN IMPLOSION "Pretty Work Brave Boys" (2014)

Kitchen Implosion "Pretty Work Brave Boys!" Associazione Culturale QuaTrad KICD0001
Release date: 5 September 2014
Running time. 33:30, 13 tracks

Kitchen Implosion is a Piedmontese/Celtic folk punk band. The guys have been around for a while with a previous folk rock incarnation of the band called In the Kitchen.  However,  they felt that the In the Kitchen format was already done, but they have a lot of things to say with a different approach. Then Kitchen Implosion, a Ramones infused folk punk band was born.

Both In the Kitchen (November 2012) and Kitchen Implosion (February 2014) have been our Band of the Month. Kitchen Implosion released a demo and they caught my attraction straightaway. Then, when I heard that the guys had released their debut album, I knew that I had to review it. Italy has a burgeoning scene and I’m proud of them. There are a lot of different bands and all of them have something special. Nevertheless,  I must admit that I was a little bit concerned. I’m trying to push new bands, but at the same time I’m a little bit fed up with the overexposed standards. And the new album has some of them.

After giving the CD a few spins, my worries had disappeared. These guys are bloody brilliant!!! “Pretty Work Brave Boys” list 13 tracks. Most of them are covers (traditional or almost traditional covers). Only 4 or 5 of them could be considered over-exposed numbers, but Kitchen Implosion have been able to present them in a different way. The rest of the songs are some Piedmontese/Italian folk numbers (5 tracks), 1 cover of a shanty (“Sam’s Gone Away”), 1 cover of a Tommy Makem song (“Four Green Fields”) and 1 self-penned tune (“Larmor Beach”). “Valsesia”, “La Bergera” and ”Larmor Beach” were previously released by In the Kitchen (Go to their Bandcamp page to listen to them), but the new versions are totally different.

The first song on the album was already on the demos and it’s a fantastic “Danny Boy” rendition in the Bruddas vein. The next number is from Piedmontese origin and it’s sung in the dialect from that region. It’s a a fast paced version featuring bagpipes and one could say that Kitchen Implosion become a sort of a Piedmontese Ramoneurs de Menhirs.

Barbagal” is another catchy number sung in Piedmontese. The song was recorded by the main Piedmontese folk band, Cantovivo, and apparently the music is from English origin.

Four Green Hills” is the best example of a Celtic punk rendition of an (almost) Traditional song. The guys have made a top-notch rendition of the Tommy Makem classic. Hats-off!

The following track is a cover of “Sam’s Gone Away”. After listening to this, you’ll be sure that Sam didn’t go away. He was taken away by the KKK.

Another track in Piedmontese, “La Bergera”. It’s an interesting rendition with accordion and tin whistle.

"Scotland the Brave" gets a DKM treatment, that is, bagpipes punk at its best. But I’d like to draw your attention to the great intro at the beginning of the track.

The Merry Ploughboy” has the three chord approach by the Ramones and it’s followed by “Valsesia”, a Partisan song which is sung in standard Italian. Amazing anti-fascist song.

One of my faves is “La maire e la filho”. I felt that this song was sung in a different dialect closer to French and the guys have told me that in fact it’s sung in Occitain/Provençal mixed with some Piedmontese. Did I tell that these guys sound like the Piedmontese Ramoneurs de Menhirs?

The album finishes up with “Larmor Beach”, an instrumental that will remind you to Quentin Tarantino films OST.

And it’s over. My advice: contact Kitchen Implosion and grab a copy of this CD. The Jewel case CD have a 4 page booklet with the lyrics to all the Italian songs and their translations into English. Most of the songs are covers, but the punk (pop) twist gives them a new lease of life and the selection of songs is remarkable. Congrats to our Italian friends. Enjoy!!!


01 - Danny Boy 3:15
02 - Magg 2:09
03 - The Leaving of Liverpool 2:47
04 - Barbagal 2:27
05 - Four Green Fields 2:34
06 - Sam's Gone Away 2:06
07 - La Bergera 2:31
08 - Intro - Scotland the Brave 2:24
09 - South Australia 2:24
10 - The Merry Ploughboy 2:30
11 - Valsesia 2:49
12 - La Maire e la Filho 2:25
13 - Larmor Beach 3:04


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Lucky 7, the band from Tijuana, are back with a full album. It can be downloaded for free from Mediafire.


Lucio - Fiddle, bckg vocals
J.L Moya - Vocals, bass
E. Moya - Guitar, bckg vocals
Erik D. - Drums, bckg vocals



Monday, October 6, 2014


The second song released by South African folk punk band The South Shore Ramblers, "Thirstday". Remember that the previous one can also be downloaded for free.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

REVIEW - DIRTY GLASS "Drunken Summer Night" (2014)

Dirty Glass "Drunken Summer Night" WLRV Records
Release date: end September 2014
Running time: 19:39, 5 tracks

The end of June 2014 is the milestone of the development of the Indonesian Celtic punk scene. Although some bands like Gerap Gurita, The Working Class Symphony, The Cloves and The Tobacco or Charlie’s Rum and the Chaplin had previously released some works, the Indonesian scene really broke through after the compilation album “Wind from the Foreign Land” was issued by WLRV Records.

Three months later, another kick-ass band from Indonesia is delivering their first work under the WLRV Records umbrella. The band is called Dirty Glass and they had already released a couple of songs that became Internet hits straight away: “Just F Love Song” and “Joke”. Now they are offering a nice package consisting of a five tracks CD, a T-shirt, a patch and a sticker, which is titled “Drunken Summer Night”.

Jr Miko (lead vocals) , Ryan (vocals, mandolin), Ganang (accordion, fiddle), Emil (bass), Nathan (electric guitar), El Stek (acoustic guitar), Yasu Spade (tin whiste) and  Rude (drums) have recorded a mini-album showcasing the different sides of Dirty Glass. The opening track, “Good Morning Eli” is definitely a lively Indonesian Celtic punk song. The next number, “Ballad of Lonely and Whiskey” is rougher, with an amazing theme and addictive chorus. One of my faves. “10.000 Miles” pays tribute to their heroes Dropkick Murphys. "Dirty Glass", the DKM song features both boy and girl vocals and “10.000 Miles” follows that example.  It’s another catchy song with top-notch guitar work. One of the highlights of the album without any doubt. “Drunken Summer Night” moves to the Land of Oz. At least, the guitar work and the chorus have an Aussie twist. Finally, “Anthem” blends DKM and The Pogues influences with a Japanese Celtic punk vibe.

Drunken Summer Night” is a well-balanced CD featuring awesome traditional instruments, but also fantastic electric guitar and rhythm section. Dirty Glass have done a hell of a job and no one can say that all the songs are the same. Quite the contrary, every single track belongs to a different universe and this makes the mini-album quite enjoyable.

Another band having a name lifted from a Dropkick Murphys song has become a must-listen band in the world Celtic punk scene: Bastards on Parade. Dirty Glass share with the Galician guys the same versatility and passion, so they’ll be joining Bastards on Parade in that Celtic Punk essential bands club soon. Stay tuned!


1 - Good Morning Eli 2:45
2 - Ballad of Lonely and Whiskey 4:13
3 - 1000 Miles 4:05
4 - Drunken Summer Night 4:14
5 - Anthem 4:20


E-mail the band the to buy the CD or send PM on Facebook

Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, October 4, 2014


Norwegian legends Greenland Whalefishers have released a video for the song "Queen"


The South Shore Ramblers was established in late 2014 by ex-members of the now disbanded South African Celtic punk band The Sunday Punchers. Darryn Small (Drums), Shaun Hillary (Banjo & Mandolin), Kenneth Dennis (Accordion) and Bruce Missing (Pipes & Whistles) teamed up with fresh blood, seasoned COPA graduates and full time musicians, Les Bainbridge (Acoustic Guitar) and Sean Barron (Electric Guitar) to form an honest grass roots folk punk rock band. The band, shortly after forming, welcomed Martin Bezuidenhout (formerly from The Daily Headache) as their lead vocalist and frontman.



Martin Bezuidenhout - Vocals
Les Bainbridge - Acoustic Guitar
Sean Barron - Lead/Electric
Kenneth Dennis - Accordian
Darryn Small - Drums
Shaun Hillary - Banjos & Mandolin
Bruce Missing - Pipes 'n Whistles


Wolfhounds are a Celtic punk/rock back from Miesbach, Bavaria (Germany)

The songs from their EP can be downloaded from Reverbnation.



Hias - Bass
Stefan - Drums, cajon
Klausi - Banjo/ak. Gitarre
Chris - Electric gutar, acoustic guitar
Franz - Accordion, acoustic guitar
Michael - Vocals



Thursday, October 2, 2014


The Fourth Well are a 6-piece fusion of Rock-Jam & Celtic/Funk band hailing from rural Nova Scotia. Infamous throughout the Maritimes and beyond for their dynamic shows and lively approach, their sound mixes alternative rock with a lick of jazz-funk and a smash of traditional grit. They have just released a self-titled EP (4 tracks).



John Bennett - Lead Vocals, Bodrhan
Josh Bennett - Mandolin, Vocals, Guitar
Josh MacGrath - Lead Guitar
Calen Kinney - Violin
Dillan Tate - Bass
Daniel Fougere - Drums

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

FREE DOWNLOAD - CHEERS! "Drink and Fight" Single

Recently the video for "Guards of Poor" was posted. Now the two songs from the Cheers! "Drink'n'Fight" single are available at Bandzone.




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