Sunday, November 30, 2014

VIDEO - ROUGHNECK RIOT "Idiots Are Taking Over" (NOFX cover)

Warrington folk-punks Roughneck Riot have just released a live video of their cover of NOFX track 'The Idiots Are Taking Over' taken from the US punk legends' 2003 album 'The War On Errorism'.

The video will be the first in a new series of live sessions that will see them paying homage to some of their favourite and most influential punk bands in their own inimitable style.

"We did this in our practice room with Super Gaz on camera-holding duties. Enjoy!" explain the band "Thank you to everyone who’s watched, liked and shared our cover of NOFX’s "Idiots Are Taking Over" already.

Due to the massive response, we're going to be doing an acoustic cover every month of bands who have inspired us over the years! Keep your eyes and ears peeled. What to do next? Let us know what you want us to cover on Facebook, Twitter etc.

We’ve also got a new music video, merch and exciting 2015 tour news coming over the winter months! Stay warm folks."

The band have just returned from a lengthy UK & EU headline tour in support of their new album ‘Out Of Anger’ which is out now via legendary Manchester punk zine-turned-record-label, TNS Records - you can purchase it right here.

Recorded at Jaraf House studios in Wigan, the album is testament to their relentless work ethic and has drawn a raft of praise from the press as well as radio support for recent single 'Parasites' at Kerrang, Team Rock, Amazing Radio and more. Drawing influence from a host of folk, punk and hardcore bands, Roughneck Riot are intent on doing their bit to highlight the socio-political issues of the 21st Century to a brand new generation of punks.

'Out of Anger' is out now on TNS Records.

UK Live Dates:
December 6th – Dogfest - Warsop
December 13th - Punk Inna Jungle! - Antwerp Mansion, Manchester
Roughneck Riot - Idiots Are Taking Over


Belly Bluster are back with a new kick-ass video. Definitely this is the Year of the Italian bands.

Friday, November 28, 2014

REVIEW - THE CLAN "s/t" (2014)

The Clan "s/t" On Airish Records 001
Release date: CD, October 23, 2014, Digital September 29, 2014
Running time: 36:49, 12 tracks

The band from Milan The Clan were our Band of the Month last March. Even if the name is not very original, their covers of some  well-known standards drew the attention of fans from all over the world. The Clan are Angelo Rocatto (vocals and guitars), Laura Brancorsini (fiddle), Chiara de Sio (tin whistle, bagpipes, back. vocals), Stefano Becce (bass) and Pietro della Sala (drums).They say that they are influenced by the likes of The Rumjacks, Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, The Pogues and The Dubliners. However, I feel that their music and style is closer to the Central Europe movement fronted by the German band Fiddler’s Green.

The Clan’s debut album consists of an intro, a set of tunes, five standards and five brilliant self-penned songs. Taking into account the quality of their original stuff, it would have been better if they had included another two originals and put aside a couple of covers.

After the excellent pipes and drums intro, The Clan tell us who they are. “We Are The Clan” is a a fantastic number which moves from a DKM sounding starting point to a Paddy and the Rats infused song. Gang vocals are powerful and tin whistle and fiddle start a duel that lasts the whole album.

I’ll Tell Me Ma” is the first cover and it’s improved by the addition of the “John Ryan’s Polka”. On the next track the three guys and two girls show that they influences are bigger tan those they have mentioned. The Clan, together with guests on Irish flute and uilleann pipes become a Celtic rock Bothy Band. The first jig, “Tripping Up the Stairs” is stronger that the Spirit of The West rendition, and on the next two jigs Giuseppe Malena plays the role of Matt Molloy and Daniele Bicego that of Paddy Keenan. Love it!

The core of the  album begins with that set of tunes and follows with the cover of “Whiskey in the Jar” and  two originals, Paddy’s  Day” and “Throat of Devil”. Chiara plays the pipes on “
Whiskey in the Jar and The Clan add an interesting  fiddle part in the middle of the song. “Paddy’s Day” is THE single on the album, a catchy  song in the Paddy and The Rats /Happy Ol’ McWeasel vein. Once again, there is a kick-ass  fiddle/tin whistle part. “Throat of Devil”, an excellent folk metal number, features Lorenzo Marchesi (Folkstone) on medieval pipes.

The Irish Rover” gets a fast-paced treatment and is followed by another highlight, “Joseph & Mary Son”, a song that musically  ships to the other side of the pond. Laura and Clara showcase their skills together with guest  Paolo Noyse on guitar.

Finally, “More Than a Lie” is a gem that is placed among their renditions of “Fields of Athenry” and “Wild Rover”. “Fields of Athenry“ has a quieter start, but soon burst into a rocking song, and the “Wild Rover”, features Chiara on bagpipes. As I have already mentioned, “More Than A Lie” is a personal fave.

The album is delivered on a digipack with a four page booklet. All the credits are included, together with the two page drawing by Frankie MacLauglin from The Rumjacks. There are no lyrics to the songs. Everybody knows the lyrics to the classics, but at least the lyrics to the original stuff would have been appreciated.

The Clan is a tight band with top-notch musicians and an amazing sound. Their original songs are so good that it’s really a shame that they have not focused on them and forgotten about the over-exposed covers. I’m sure that if they had plaid that card, this album would have been a Top5 or even a Top3. Anyway, The Clan way to stardom is straight and sure. Hats-off!


The Clan debut album is now distributed worldwide by Swedish label Heptown Records!


01 - Intro 0:49
02 - We Are The Clan 3:48
03 - I`ll Tell Me Ma 2:48
04 - Irish Rock Jigs 4:02
05 - Whiskey in the Jar 2:22
06 - Paddy`s Day 2:56
07 - Throat of Devil 3:20
08 - Irish Rover 3:09
09 - Joseph Mary & Son 2:46
10 - Fields of Athenry 3:49
11 - More Than A Lie 3:44
12 - Whiskey In The Jar 3:12


Click to buy.


Review by Kinksmarkham

Thursday, November 27, 2014


The Fighting Jamesons are sharing their 2014 album "Every Day Above Ground" at Noisetrade.
Please leave a tip, since they are donating 100% of the tips you leave  to CHKD.




VIDEO - DEN RAW FOLK "Belfast Song"

Den Raw Folk have a new video: "Belfast Song", from their debut album "Urban Romance". Check it out!

Den Raw Folk - Belfast Song


(Thanks to Steven for the heads-up!)

Jack Flash, the band from Toowoomba, Australia, are sharing their discography at Bandcamp (Name Your Price). They would appreciate very much if you could leave a tip.


Wednesday, November 26, 2014

REVIEW - THE WAGES OF SIN "Queensbury Rules" (2014)

The Wages of Sin "Queensbury Rules" My Checkbook Records MCB669
Release date: September 23, 2014
Running time: 44:19, 13 tracks

The Wages of Sin are one of the most interesting bands of the Celtic/Folk punk scene. They are not a prolific band; in fact their latest offering is only their third release. However all of their albums have been welcomed by fans and critics alike. Maybe there are some bands out there with a similar approach, but the quintet from Seattle are the original ones. Not only do they love the North American folk music, but they also are able to write songs that will become classics.

The Wages of Sin deliver on  “Queensbury Rules”  their usual gumbo of rockabilly, hillbilly, americana, country and blues. The album starts with a catchy number with addictive backing vocals, “Vigilante”. Then, they shift to another territory on “Queensbury Rules”, another  brilliant number.

Track number 3,  “Ball Lighting”, begins with a medieval/Nordic sound but it evolves soon to something different. The following number is a fantastic song titled “The Greenlake Wyrm” and features guest banjoist  Mike DeBenedictis, and mandolinist Mark Robbern plays harmonica at the end of the song.

Track no. 5, “Fare Thee Well”, is another kick ass song. Fiddler and mandolin shine as usual on this catchy song that reminds me of the English band Macavity’s Cat. “Jenny Finn” is a shanty inspired by the comic “Jenny Finn:Doom Messiah”. After that number,  The Wages of Sin move again to a different direction, since “13 Lies” is a blues number.

Lucky Boy” is another fave, a lively song to sing-a-long and dance. “I’ll Tell Me Ma” is the only cover on the album and it gets The Wages of  Sin treatment with fiddle, mandolin, upright bass. Awesome.

Midnight Train” and “Murder” have a rockabilly twist, the former would even have a psychobilly sound.

Whiskey Lullaby” is another of the highlights on the album, with both amazing fiddle and bass.

Finally, the CD is over with “End of the World”, a slow number featuring pedal steel.

Any fan loving folk/Celtic/country infused music with a modern twist should grab a copy of this CD. A must have. Enjoy!


01 - Vigilante 2:59     
02 - Queensbury Rules [Explicit] 3:48     
03 - Ball Lightning 3:46
04- The Greenlake Wyrm 3:14
05 - Fare Thee Well 3:43     
06 - Jenny Finn 3:28
07 - 13 Lies 3:51
08 - Lucky Boy [Explicit] 2:53
09 - I'll Tell Me Ma 2:30     
10 - Midnight Train 2:59     
11 - Murder 2:46     
12 - Whiskey Lullaby 3:01     
13 - The End of the World 5:17


Click to buy:


Review by Kinksmarkham

Thursday, November 20, 2014


The Fighting Jamesons' debut album is still available for free at Noisetrade. Even if you can get it free, it'd be rather nice if you could leave a tip.



Wednesday, November 19, 2014

FREE DOWNLOAD - DAVE HUGHES "Doctors and Dates" (acoustic single)

Dave Hughes has just released an acoustic single (Name Your Price)

"In August I went in to the studio to record a bunch of acoustic tracks for a project that I was going to release this month. I had a change of heart with it, and therefore decided to release a wee acoustic single until the album comes out (probably early next year). So, here's the acoustic version of Doctors and Dates (title track of our last album, the way it was written), a brand new recording of Daddy Fought the Law (one of my oldest songs), and a new version of Dancing Two-Step (re-configured for playing at Gareth and Lynne's wedding)."


Tuesday, November 18, 2014


Video for the song "In Vino Veritas" by the Czech band Benjamings' Clan

Benjaming's Clan - In Vino Veritas

Monday, November 17, 2014


Celkilt albums are already available on all the Internet platforms: Spotify, Deezer, Amazon, iTunes...

Go to and join their mailing list. You'll get a free download their cover of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here"!

Check out their latest live footage video too!

Sunday, November 16, 2014


American Fiddle Rock band Lexington Field are releasing their new album under the East Grand Records label in 2015.

Lexington Field - Whiskey (promo video)

Sunday, November 9, 2014

REVIEW - CRAIC THE LENS "The Cannon" (2014)

Craic the Lens "Cannon" Self-released
Release date: June 5, 2014
Running time: 38:06, 10 songs

Canada is a gold mine for Celtic music. If we focus on Celtic rock and Celtic punk, there is a big diversity of bands hailing from Canadian provinces. When we hear about a Canadian Celtic/Folk rock band, we immediately think about the Maritimes, Newfoundland and Labrador and Quebec. Even about British Columbia and Ontario. But there are also amazing bands coming from  Manitoba or Alberta. The most important band from Alberta would be Captain Tractor. But in the last years new bands are arising from this area. Recently I reviewed the second album by Whiskey Wagon and now it’s Craic the Lens turn.

Craic the Lens hail from Calgary and currently they are our Band of The Month. Back in 1997 I was excited when I heard a “Mary Mac” cover from a Cooking Vinyl sampler. The band was called Great Big Sea. I got a similar feeling when I came across Craic the Lens and listened to “The Jig is Up”, one of the best songs of the year. All the songs on “The Cannon” don’t follow the same path, but the Canadian stamp can be felt on every single number.

As I have already mentioned, the opening number “The Jig is Up” is a hit. Fans who enjoy The Stanfields will love this song too. It’s followed by an upbeat cover of Dominic Behan’s “Come Out Ye Black and Tans”.

Craic the Lens move to a quieter mood on the next track, “As Dust” . This song gets an Oysterband treatment with catchy la-la-la chorus. The next song moves to Great Big Sea’s territory, the awesome number “Tip Your Hat to Broken Crowns”.

Track number 5, another kick-ass number, is a Spirit of The West infused song: “Drawn and Quartered”. The following song is titled “Play White Noise” and is one of the highlights on the album. It’s a brilliant duet with Christina Lackowitz.

The next songs have a Celtic rock twist. “Gallowglass” would be a powerful song in The Stanfields vein and “Same Old Song and Dance” a cross between Great Big Sea and Fiddler’s Wage.

The album ends with the catchy number “The Novel of the Century” and “Sleeps so Easy”, an excellent song with a Weddings Parties Anything touch via The Swinish Multitude.

The Cannon” is not your usual Celtic rock album. There is banjo, but neither accordion nor fiddle. There are no bagpipes. But don’t be misled, Craic The LensThe Cannon” is a top-notch album. The Canadian DNA is stuck on every single song and this should be enough to convince you. The best balance of pedigree and fine songwriting. Go ahead and grab you a copy


01 - The Jig Is Up 3:20
02 - Come Out Ye Black and Tans 3:13
03 - As Dust     Craic the Lens 3:16
04 - Tip Your Hat to Broken Crowns 3:41
05 - Drawn and Quartered 4:22
06 - Play White Noise 2:58
07 - Gallowglass 4:45
08 - Same Old Song and Dance 3:40
09 - The Novel of the Century 5:19
10 - Sleeps so Easy 3:08
CBC Music

Click to buy:


Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, November 8, 2014


"Third Light" which came out yesterday is Creed Cross new single with all proceeds for November and December going to the charity Warchild.

The new single from Creeds Cross depicting life in the trenches during war time. All proceeds from download sales for November and December 2014 are going to the fantastic children's war charity War Child. Please share this message and help us to raise awareness and as much money as possible for this amazing charity. Thank you.

Creeds Cross - Third Light

REVIEW - THE MAHONES "The Hunger & The Fight Part 1" (2014)

The Mahones "The Hunger & The Fight Part 1" Whiskey Devil Records/Wolverine Records
Release date: 7 October 2014
Running time: 49:33, 12 tracks

I guess that most of you have already bought a hard copy or downloaded a digital copy of The Mahones 8th studio album “The Hunger & The Fight Part 1”. The album was officially released last October 7th on iTunes and Amazon and the CD copies were available last October 14th (East Grand Records, USA) and last October 31st (Wolverine Records, Europe and ROW). But long before those official dates,  reviews of The Mahones first chapter of their double concept album were posted on a lot of Celtic punk or punk e-zines. The vast majority of these reviews  have listed the album as a 5 stars, 10/10 or the best album in their career. Given that all of you have already read those reviews, I feel that I should play the devil’s advocate role and write about the lights on the album, but also about its shadows. Some people will feel that this is a sacrilege.

I have given quite a few spins to “The Hunger & The Fight Part 1” and my concern was if I could find a different approach to write about it.  On the press release it was stated “The Mahones are thrilled to present the first part of their epic double album, The Hunger & The Fight. A concept double album,  (…) Part One is in keeping with Irish folk acoustic style (with a little punk thrown in for good measure), with songs based around Ireland, and more specifically, the city of Dublin. Part Two will be more of an electric Irish Punk album, with songs based on the United States, and mainly New York City. The Hunger & The Fight narrates the struggle and perseverance of the Irish people, and the evolution of Irish music from Irish Folk to Irish Punk. “ But when I take into account that “The Hunger& The Fight Part 1 ” is a concept album, I can’t avoid thinking that the last two tracks break the continuity of the concept album. OK, they are bonus tracks and then they are value for your money. But I feel that they don’t fit in the concept. So I’ll focus mainly on the other 10 tracks.

The Mahones have been a prolific band in the last 5 years. They have got the recognition that they deserved and all of us (me too) think that Finny is a brilliant songwriter. But, apart from being a kick-ass songwriter, Finny is a sort of magician, a sort of architect that is able to put together different things and make them fit almost perfect. Listening to “The Hunger & The Fight Part 1”, I felt that The Mahones have gone mellower. But after some plays, it was clear that elements from the different albums from The Mahones discography where present all along the album. One of the best features of their previous work “Angels & Devils” was the addition of a couple of instrumentals. Fortunately Finny has decided to open the new album with another one, “Brian Boru’s March”. “Prisoner 1082” is a number on which The Clash influences can be heard. “Someone Saved Me”, a song that I have particularly loved, has that mandolin sound of their early albums. “Blood on the Streets Of Dublin” would have that “Rise Again” album twist too. And, obviously, there are a couple of raucous Celtic punk anthems
to sing-a-long, jump, dance or punch the walls, “A Pint of Plain (A Drop of the Pure)” and "St. Patrick’s Day Irish Punk Song". The real “new” thing on this album would be track no. 2, the amazing “The Hunger & The Fight” featuring Tara Slone. Normally I don’t find Finny duets the best songs on The Mahones albums. But this time I must admit that it’s the highlight on the album.

OK, those were the lights. From now on, let’s focus on the shadows. Guests Miranda Mulholland (fiddle), Dave Gossage (Irish flute) and Jonathan Moorman (fiddle) have guested on previous Mahones albums. In fact, I pointed out on my “Angels & Devils” review that Finny should think over adding a fiddler and a flutist/tin whistle player on a permanent basis. Those musicians create an atmosphere on their songs that unfortunately cannot be found on the live gigs. At least I miss them. The official line-up on the album lists Micheal O’Grady as tin whistle player. I hope that he’ll be playing on the European tour as he did some years ago. This would be  a great news. Some of you will respond that I should talk about the studio album, not about the live gigs. However, I feel that they are related issues.

Finny is a master of the studio and this time he has produced the album himself together with Dave Baksh (Sum 41) and the mix and master have been made by his fellow Gene Hughes again. There is a sort of dichotomy between the mellower songs and the upbeat numbers. The solution to balance them is a little bit weird: the rocking numbers have got a live treatment. There are a lot of shouts (hey hey!) and a song like “St. Patrick’s Day Irish Punk” is extremely long. This track length would be OK when you are in the mosh pit, but I find a little bit long for a studio take.

Finally, The Mahones make a recurrent error: they keep on recording the Irish standards that The Pogues and many other bands have already covered. I feel that Tonny Duggins does a great job on “Paddy on The Railway” but does the scene really need that one of its heavyweights covers those over-exposed standards? The balance of twelve tracks and only seven original songs is a little bit poor. IMHO, a couple of self-penned songs would have improved the album.

It’s obvious that The Mahones have invested a lot of energy and passion on “The Hunger & The Fight Part 1”. The stakes were high, but I get a slight feeling of déjà vu. Anyway, it’s a very good album that will please The Mahones diehard fan base and the followers that have jumped in in the last years. In other words, it’s not the best Celtic punk album of 2014, but definitely a Top 10 album of the year.


01 - Brian Boru's March 3:37
02 - The Hunger & The Fight (feat. Tara Slone) 4:40
03 - Paddy on the Railway (feat. Tony Duggins) 2:59
04 - Stars (Oscar Wilde) [feat. Simon Townshend] 6:08
05 - Prisoner 1082 4:23
06 - A Pint of the Plain (A Drop of the Pure) 3:08
07 - Someone Saved Me 4:34
08 - The Auld Triangle 3:54
09 - Blood on the Streets of Dublin 4:03
10 - St. Patrick's Day Irish Punk Song 6:12
11 - I Can Only Give You Everything 3:04
12 - Last One to Die 2:24    


Click to buy:


Review by Kinksmarkham


The street punk band from Seoul Chanter's Alley is back with a new bunch of arse-kicking songs. Some of you will miss the pipes, but the EP is quite enjoyable. The new Rancid album is having mixed reviews among the fans, but I feel that you won't be disapponted by Chanter's Alley new offering "We are Alive ...".


REVIEW - WHISKEY WAGON "Somewhere Under the Table" (2014)

Whiskey Wagon "Somewhere under the Table" Dead City Records
Release date: 3 October 2014
Running time: 37:30, 14 tracks

Bands that stretch the boundaries of the genre are always welcome. And whiskey soaked bands with a raucous attitude are specially the bands that I enjoy. Whiskey Wagon,  the septet from Edmonton, Alberta (Canada), are one of these bands that I miss. After having released the vinyl single “Take Me Home” in 2007, Whiskey Wagon issued their debut album “Sex, Booze, Strings and Accordions” in 2010. I have been waiting for their sophomore release and finally I have got my reward in 2014: “Somewhere Under the Table

The latest release by this Canadian outfit is a well-balanced album rooted in their North American beloved music. Is this a Celtic punk album? Not really. Is this a Folk punk album? Sure. “Somewhere Under the Table” showcases their frontman’s songwriting about losers and booze. That’s the essence of R’n’R and country music. The band has expanded from 6 members to 7 members and the result is a bunch of 14 songs on which trumpet, accordion, mandolin, upright bass  or harmonica can be heard.

I don’t know if Landon Barrowman has ever been drinking together with Shane MacGowan, but I guess that Shane is one of his inspirations when he writes his lyrics. Besides,  the shadow of The Pogues  can be felt all over the album, particularly on the trumpet arrangements. Songs such as “Grave”, “Family Store” and “Whiskey Tuesday” are catchy numbers that  can rival with those of The Pogues or Flogging Molly (especially the third one). They are kick-ass booze numbers to sing-a-long.  “Lindsey’s Gone” , “Wail” and “Scott Frolics Harmonica” are some fast-paced songs that (Celtic) folk punk fans will love too.  Apart from those songs, there are a couple of top-notch duets, the ballads  “Said You’d Love Me True” (written by Landon and Kristy Nanise) and “Jukebox” (written by Landon and Celeigh Cardinal). BTW,  an earlier version of “Said You’d Love Me True” can be found on the “AA Runaway” 3 track vinyl single that the band released in 2011. The single, whose cover is a tribute to The ClashLondon Calling”,  can be bought from Bandcamp

Finally, one of my faves on the album is track no. 6, “She Dreams”. It’s a brilliant song about a girl that can be filed together with other master works such as The Men They Couldn’t HangMary’s Present”, LevellersJulie” or OysterbandThe Oxford Girl”.

Whiskey Wagon second album is delivered in a digipack enclosing a 12 page lyrics booklet. The lyrics to all of the songs and pictures of every band member are included. The design is similar to that of their previous album. That one was “black” and this one is “white”, but the fonts are the same. I have only found a small flaw. They have forgotten to state some of the credits and the line-up on the panel with the guy drinking  from his bottle of whiskey, as they did on their debut album.

Somewhere under the Table” is a brilliant album from a Canadian band that sometimes sounds as if they were from the South of the USA. A highly recommendable album for those people who love Shane MacGowan, Johnny Cash or Tom Waits.


01 - Grave
02 - Belvedere
03 - She
04 - Call Me When You Get Clean
05 - Lindsey's Gone
06 - She Dreams
07 - Family store
08 - Maryanna
09 - Said You'd Love Me True
10 - Scott Frolics Harmonica
11 - Wail
12 - Jukebox
13 - Whiskey Tuesday
14 - Bonus track


Contact Landon to buy the album:

Review by Kinksmarkham

Tuesday, November 4, 2014


Fiddler's Green and The O'Reillys and the Paddyhats will be playing at the next Irish Folk Punk Party 4 in Gevelsberg (Germany)


Halle West
Am Hofe 8
58285 Gevelsberg - Germany


VVK Lokal (24€)
Radio Meckel & Sportalm Gevelsberg
Online (27,60€):

Doors open at 19:00
The show begins at 20:00


Facebook has "invited" me to move the old page from a personal page to a business page. The Old page is still running, but given that both types of pages work in a different way, I've opened a new personal page too.

If you get a Facebook friendship request from the new page (Waldo Kinksmarkham), please accept.

Sincere apologies for the inconvenience.

New Facebook 


Sunday, November 2, 2014


The Punkabillys rendition of "Dirty Old Town". Enjoy

The Punkabillys - Dirty Old Town


Como Lake Rovers were one of the first bands to be featured in our samplers in 2009. The band released a demo in 2008, a debut album ("Friday Night") in 2010 and then, unfortunately, broke-up in 2012.

Luckily they decided to share their recordings for free at Jamendo.


Como Lake Rovers "4 track demo" at Jamendo

Saturday, November 1, 2014


One man. One camera. One dark room.

This was not meant to be a full-on "music video" of this single. Julian Lloyd was asked to film the Craic the Lens entire "The Cannon" CD Release show at Broken City and edit it together to this one specific track. Some footage lines up with lyrics quite well... other footage is from songs other than 'The Jig Is Up' and is there just to create an overall vibe of the entire CD Release show.

Craic the Lens - The Jig is Up


The Band of November hails from Calgary, Alberta (Canada): Craic the Lens. If you love The Stanfields, maybe you'll love Craic the Lens too. Check out their kick-ass song "The Jig is Up". Their debut album will be reviewed soon. Stay tuned!

Craic The Lens began in 2011 as a solo project of lead guitarist/vocalist Justin Wilson. He brought together influences from rock, punk, alt rock, and Celtic genres, mixing them with his own guitar style for something altogether new.

By early 2012, he had recruited bassist Taylor Lang and drummer Aiden Dunne (who had only moved to Calgary from Newfoundland a few weeks prior), and the trio played their first show on St. Patrick's Day 2012, helping to headline a university event. What was meant to be a one-off show developed into a full project, and they continued to play throughout the summer, releasing a 6-song EP in July (available on iTunes).

In October, the band was approached by mutual friend and banjoist Jake Hall about a collaboration, and over the next several months the transition was made to a full 4-piece. In 2014 they released their debut album "The Cannon"

CBC Music


Justin Wilson - Guitar, Lead Vocals
Taylor Lang - Bass, vocals
Aiden Dunne - Drums, vocals
Jake Hall - Banjo, Mandolin, Tamborine


Reviews posted under Creative Commons. Powered by Blogger.



0 About Us (28) 00 Featured Band (83) 000 Albums of the year (26) 1 Sampler (83) 2 Free Downloads (499) 3 Videos (786) 4 Bootlegs (90) 5 Reviews (522) 6 Live Reviews (5) 7 Interviews (7) 8 New Albums (570) 9 Tour (134) A Band of Rogues (3) A Drunker Shade of Green (2) Accordion punk (2) Across the Border (3) Ahead to the Sea (1) Aires Bastardos (2) Airplay (32) Alistair Hulett (1) Ally Band (1) Alt Country (2) Alt Rock (1) Alternative Ulster (5) American Fiddle Rock (16) American Thread (1) Americana (16) Angus Mohr (2) AnonymA (1) Anti-folk (1) Appalachian (2) Aragón (3) Arbore Lume (2) Archibald K and the Granny Bangers (1) Argentina (12) Arse Craic (2) Askfodd (1) Asso Riboul (1) Asturian Mithology (1) Asturies (31) Athy The Electric Harper (1) August Walk (1) Auld Ballix (2) Auld Corn Brigade (8) Australia (155) Australian Beefweek Show (2) Austria (21) Baelfyr (1) Bagpipes Punk (296) Bagpipes Rock (74) Bags of Rock (2) Balkan (13) Balkan Bomba (1) Balladeers (7) Ballads (20) Ballydowse (1) Bandits! (1) Bang on the Ear (3) Banshee Reel (1) Barachois (1) Barbar 'O'Rhum (2) Barbar Punk (1) Barbarian Pipe Band (1) Barcelona (13) Bare Kuckle Parade (1) Barleycorn Bastards (1) Basque Country (27) Bastard Bearded Irishmen (4) Bastards (3) Bastards on Parade (55) BCË Crazy (1) Beantown Boozehounds (2) Bearded Gypsy Band (1) Beer Belly (1) Beer for Breakfast (1) Beercandu (1) Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2) Belarus (4) Belfast (1) Belgium (41) Belly Bluster (4) Beltaine's Fire (6) Benjaming Band (5) Benjaming's Clan (10) Bergen (1) Between The Wars (6) Beyond the Fields (5) Bézèd'h (2) Big Bad Bollocks (1) Big Country (1) Bill Grogan's Goat (3) Billy Bragg (3) Billy Liar (1) Billy the Kid (4) Biographies (1) Birmingham Six (2) Bizardunak (3) Black 47 (3) Black Anemone (5) Black Bones (1) Black Rawk Dog (5) Black Tartan Clan (20) Black Velvet Band (2) Black Water County (16) BlackEyed Dempseys (4) Blackpint (3) Blackstone Cúil (2) Blackwater Jukebox (8) Blaggard (2) Blaggards (2) Bleeding Hearts (24) Blog-zines (1) Blood or Whiskey (9) Bluegrass (29) Blues (3) Blunderbuster (2) Bob Geldof (1) Bodh'aktan (22) Bog Iron (1) Boggin Leprechaun (5) Bogtrotter's Union (2) Books (1) Bostonskoe Chaepitie (1) Bote (1) Boy (1) Brazil (46) Brewmen (1) Brick Top Blaggers (12) Brighton (3) Brinde à Revolta (1) Brine and Bastards (1) British Fiddle Folk Punk (60) British Folk Rock (10) Brittany (19) Brother (1) Brutus' Daughters (18) Bucky Lastard (1) Budweis Drunken Bastards (2) Bunch of Bastards (1) Bush country (1) Bushplant (1) Cabaret (2) Cabo Norte (4) Cachirulos XL (3) Cadaterra (1) Cajun (3) Calico Jack (1) Calico Street Riots (4) California (10) Caliorne (1) Callanach (6) Canada (258) Cap'taine Jack (1) Capitaine Révolte (1) Captain Bastard and the Scallywags (3) Captain Hellfire and the Wretched Brethren (1) Captain Jack's Army (4) Captain Tractor (1) Captain's Daughter and The Sailors (1) Carbon Leaf (1) Carotté (10) Carson Sage and the Black Riders (1) Cassidy's Brewery (3) Catalonia (44) Cave Growl (1) Ceann (3) Ceili Moss (2) Ceili Rain (1) Celkilt (25) Celtas Cortos (13) Celtibeerian (10) Celtic bluegrass (2) Celtic Christian music (9) Celtic Curse (1) Celtic drinking songs (4) Celtic Folk (33) Celtic fusion (9) Celtic Hangover (3) Celtic Hardcore (1) Celtic Hip Hop (6) Celtic Kitchen Party (2) Celtic Metal (19) Celtic Oi (24) Celtic Pop (23) Celtic Punk (1517) Celtic Punkabilly (2) Celtic Punkcast (2) Celtic Reggae (3) Celtic Rock (659) Celtic Rock Asso France (3) Celtic Ska (14) Celtic Soul (2) (4) Celtico Blog (2) CENK (2) Chanter's Alley (3) Charlie's Rum and the Chaplin (8) Charm City Saints (2) Cheers (8) Chicago (5) Chile (6) China (7) Chris Skel (1) Christmas (1) Christy Moore (1) Cicero (1) Circle J (15) Ciusquad (3) Clan of Celts (2) Clancy's Pistol (1) Claymore Canada (1) Claymore Cz (3) Clover's Revenge (1) Cockswain (7) Colleen (2) Colonial Punk (53) Combat Folk (4) Comedy (4) Como Lake Rovers (7) Connemara Stone Company (2) contact e-mail (2) Contest (1) Continental (1) Convict punk (1) Cooperativa Pascual (1) Core Y Gang (1) Corktown Popes (3) Cornshed (1) Corridos (1) Costa Rica (1) Country (16) Cow Punk (14) Craic (12) Craic the Lens (4) Craic Wisely (1) Creeds Cross (7) Creepy Celtic Brothers (1) Creve Nuit (1) Croatia (6) Crooked Horn (1) Cropdusters (1) Curlies (9) Cutthroat Shamrock (3) Czech Republic (78) Dadscrampy (1) Dangerous Folk (1) Danny and The Boys (1) Darby O'Gill (2) Darvra's Wave (2) Dave Hughes (4) Days n'Daze (1) De Drangdüwels (1) Dealan (1) Deiedra (20) Delilah's Revenge (6) Den Raw Folk (5) Denmark (11) Denny's Drive In (4) Derina Harvey Band (7) Desakato (3) Dick O'Brass (1) Die Doedelsäcke (5) Dirty Artichokes (13) Dirty Filthy Mugs (7) Dirty Glass (9) Disobedient Kids (1) Dixebra (1) Doozer McDooze (4) Drakum (1) DreamFall (1) Driák (4) Drink Hunters (31) Drinking Pumpkins (1) Dropkick Murphys (36) Drunken Dogs (4) Drunken Dolly (7) Drunken Fairy Tales (5) Drunken Lazy Bastards (1) Drunken Saints (4) Drunken Shamrocks (2) Dublin 5 (1) Dublin Public (1) Dublin Sparrows (1) Ducking Punches (1) DVD (1) Dying Scene (1) Dysania (1) Dzieciuki (3) East River Rats (3) Ebri Knight (18) Eden Burning (1) Eileen Q (1) El Batallón de San Patricio (2) Eleroo (1) Eluveitie (1) Emian PaganFolk (1) Emily County Folk (1) Emmott & The Folkestra (3) England (283) Enter The Haggis (12) Error 99 (8) Error Distortion (3) Excómunion (1) Facts and Figures 2009 (3) Facts and Figures 2010 (1) Fairport Convention (1) Fala Non Caduca (1) Falperrys (6) FAQ (1) Farler's Fury (6) Fatum (1) Fenrir (1) Ferocious Dog (10) Festival (8) FFR (Celtic Fiesta) (1) Fiachras (1) Fiddle Punk (5) Fiddler's Green (8) Fiddler's Wage (1) Fiery Jack (1) Figgy Duff (1) Filthy Nelly (2) Finland (6) Finnegan's Hell (14) Finnegan's Lads (2) Finnegan's Wake (1) Fire in the Pub (4) Fire Next Time (1) Fire on McGinnis (2) Firkin (37) Five Hills Out (5 Hills Out) (1) Five Leaf Clover (3) Flannery (5) Flannigan's Right hook (1) Flatfoot 56 (6) Fleur Mainville (1) Flogging Molly (22) Folk (9) Folk metal (28) Folk pop (3) Folk Punk (412) Folk Rock (190) Folk the System (5) Folkabbestia (2) Folkabilly (9) Folkaholics (3) Folkamiseria (2) FolkLaw (2) Forgotten Generation (5) Forty Thieves (1) Fox'n'Firkin (10) Foxes Faux (6) France (155) Frank Turner (1) Fringale (1) From Under the Stone (2) Full concert (23) FYR Macedonia (1) Gaelian (1) Galicia (31) Gallowglass Irish trio (1) Gang of Devils (1) Garlic Kings (4) Garrahan's Ghost (2) Gary Miller (9) Gary Moore (1) Gerap Gurita (8) Germany (139) Ghosts of Bannockburn (3) Gigs (55) Glengarry County (1) Goats Don't Shave (3) Gogol Bordello (1) Gone To Earth (1) Gord Taylor (2) Goulamas'k (1) Great Big Sea (2) Great Drunkards (2) Greece (1) Greedy Stout (1) Green Ashes (1) Green Clover (1) Green Guard (1) Green Rock River Band (1) Green Spirit (1) Greenland Whalefishers (13) Grinning Beggar Podcast (5) Grolschbusters (1) Guezos (1) Gwendal (1) Gypsy (16) Gypsy Punks (31) Hadrian's Wall (1) Haggis (1) Haggis and Bong (4) Hakka Muggies (2) Hamish McDoodle (1) Handsome Young Strangers (10) Happy Ol' McWeasel (12) Hard Rock (3) Hardcore (1) Harley McQuinn (4) Harp (1) Harry Gump (2) Hawthorn (1) Heptown Records (1) Her Pillow (1) Here Be Dragons (3) Herman (1) Hibernia (1) High Sea Looters (3) Highland Bastards (2) Hillbilly (1) Hoist the Colors (15) Hold Fast (1) Homeland (6) Hooligans' Mountain (3) Horslips (1) Hungarian Speedfolk (1) Hungary (105) Icewagon Flu (3) Ikat Kepala (2) Il Pozzo di San Patrizio (1) Ilustres Patilludos (2) In for a Penny (11) In Search of a Rose (4) In the Kitchen (2) Incenere (2) Index Of (2) Indie rock (1) Indonesia (56) Inniscor (1) Inseminacni Stanice (1) Ireland (46) Irish Alehound (1) Irish Bastard (1) Irish folk (13) Irish Moutarde (10) Irish Rebel Songs (12) Irish Rock (1) Irish Stew of Sindidun (7) Iron Mountain (1) Isaac Miller (1) Israel (2) Italy (111) Jack Flash (7) Jackdaw (1) Jake and The Jellyfish (1) Jamie Clarke's Perfect (2) Japan (21) Jasper Coal (2) Jay Wars (7) Jay Wars and the Howard Youth (5) Jéilidh (1) Jeralex (1) Jimmy & RATS (2) Jimmy George (5) John Jones (1) Johnny Jump Up (1) Johnsons Motorcar (2) Jokingtasty (1) Jolly Jackers (13) Jubilee Riots (2) Juke Baritone (1) June tabor (3) Junior (1) Junkman's Choir (1) K-Passa (1) Kalevala HMS (3) Kalevala ru (1) Katie's Randy Cat (9) Keep Britain Irish (1) Keily's Folk (3) Keltiar Aldea (1) Kêltikah (1) Keltikon (6) Kenny's Swiss Side (1) Kervegan's (1) Ketamina (5) Kettle Rebellion (1) Kilkenny Knights (4) Killimor (1) Kilmaine Saints (5) Kilnaboy (2) Kilt the Messenger (11) Kings & Boozers (1) Kitchen Implosion (8) Klezmer (3) Knacker's Yard (2) Knifefight (1) Kolorful (2) Konsumo Respeto (6) Korrigan's Celtic Rock (1) Krakin' Kellys (7) La Bottine Souriante (1) La Cage au Folk (1) La Corte dei Folli (1) La Drave (2) La Eringo (1) La Fiesta del Diablo (3) La Maravillosa Orquesta del Alcohol (7) La Sanpa (1) La Tarrancha (5) Lád Cúig (8) Lady Godiva (2) Lancaster County Prison (1) Lankum (1) Later (1) Latvia (3) Le Winston Band (1) Legegabea (2) Lennon Kelly (9) Les Chaussettes de Dangan (1) Les Humeurs Cérébrales (2) Les Mandrinots (2) Les Nains Malins (1) Les Négresses Vertes (1) Les Ramoneurs de Menhirs (2) Les Tricards (8) Les Trois Fromages (1) Les Vrillés (2) Leukoners (1) Levellers (32) Lexington Field (33) Lime and Steel (1) Limited Booze Boys (1) Live Album (1) Liviao de Marrao (3) Living Lache (5) Loch Nesz (6) Lochnesz (6) Lojah (1) Lolling Back (1) London Celtic Punks (8) Lords of the Pint (2) Loreena McKennitt (1) Loretta Problem (4) Los Carayos (1) Los Templos (1) Los Whistles (1) Los Zopilotes Txirriaos (1) LQR Folkrock (5) LTS (1) Lucky 7 (4) Lucky Lad Green (1) Lugh (12) MacKeel (1) Mad Man's Crew (5) Majik Trolz (1) Malasañers (11) Malox (2) Maltz (1) Mano Negra (1) Manoverboard (1) Manu Chao (2) Mar del Norte (1) Mare Nostrum (1) Mark Chadwick (1) Mary's Lane (1) Matilda's Scoundrels (7) Matte Na' Marra (2) McAlpine's Fusiliers (2) McDermott's 2 Hours (4) McGillicuddys (2) McOnak (11) McScallywag (2) Medieval music (1) Medusa's Wake (4) Melmor (1) Men Who Drip with Germs (1) Meneguinness (9) Mexico (11) Michael and the Wolfhounds (3) Mick O'Toole (11) Mickey Rickshaw (11) Middle Class Bastards (3) Mighty Ploughboys (1) Mikey Chuck Rivers (1) Mischief Brew (1) Modena City Ramblers (3) Modern B Beard (4) Molly Malone's (6) Molly McHarrel (2) Montenegro (1) More Power to Your Elbow (4) Morgan (1) Mosche di Velluto Grigio (11) Motor Perkins (2) Moving Hearts (2) Mr.Irish Bastard (23) Mudmen (3) Muirsheen Durkin and Friends (3) Mummy Daddy (1) Murder the Stout (1) Murphy & The Giant (1) Mushroom (1) Mutiny (1) Mutiny Bay (1) My Three Kilts (2) MySpace Account (2) N.C.A. (3) Nachopupa (1) Napar Mex (1) Narcocorridos (1) Navarre (4) Navostro (1) Naymedici (4) Neck (9) Ness (1) Nevermind Nessie (8) Neversink (1) New Foundland (2) New Zealand (5) News (233) Nine Castle Close (5) Nine Times Around (1) Nineteen16 Band (1) No Fuego (2) No Soma (1) Nobody Knows (4) Northern ireland (10) Norway (11) Not Enough Rope (1) Nova Scotia (2) Nova Scotiables (1) Nu Klezmer Army (1) Nyah Fearties (3) O'Craven (2) O'Hamsters (13) O'Hanlons Horsebox (1) O'Leary (2) O'Tasty (2) Ockham's Razor (1) OFF TOPIC (1) Ohio (2) Oi (1) oi!n'Ast (1) Old Drunks (2) One Eyed Reilly (3) Orthodox Celts (2) Osiris Drinks Whiskey (3) Osiris Taurus (1) Ovos Podres (2) Oysterband (8) Pa de Ral (3) Paddy and the Rats (27) Paddy Goes to Holyhead (1) Paddy McHugh and The GoldMiners (1) Paddy Murphy (4) Paddy O'Punk Podcasts (3) Paddy Rock Podcast (12) Paddy Whack (1) Paddy's Allstars (1) Paddy's Funeral (6) Paddyrock (14) Paddys Home and Pub Podcast (11) Pagan Folk (1) Palomino (1) Panglima Kumbang (2) Parcel o'Rogues (1) Part Time Pirates (1) Party Time (1) Pat Bruce Band (1) Patchanka (1) Peatbog Faeries (1) Penn Du (3) Phil Chevron (1) PibRock (2) Pilgrim's (2) Piñata Protest (1) Pinch of Snuff (1) Pint of Stout (2) Pipes and Pints (33) Piquillín y Los Compadres (3) Pirate Copy (7) Pirate metal (2) Pirate music (5) Pirate punk (40) Pirates of the Pubs (4) Piszkos Fred (1) Pladdohg (1) Plaid to the Bone (2) Planxty (1) Plastic Paddy (1) Plattrock (1) Plunk Murray (1) Pogues (4) Poland (9) Polka (13) Porters (1) Potatoe Famine (1) Potcheen Folk Band (1) Pratty (1) Press release (1) Pressgang (3) Prince Edward Island (1) Prydein (2) Psycho Ceilidh (7) Pub music (7) Pubside Down (2) Puke (1) Punching Namard (9) Punk (12) Punk Folk (28) Punk rock (11) Punk Whiskey (1) Pyrates! (2) Quality Export (2) Quebec (50) Rabies (1) Radio Station (72) Raglan Road (1) Rain in Summer (10) Raise My Kilt (4) Raise Your Glass (1) Rapparee (1) Rapskallion (1) Rastreros (2) Rathkeltair (4) RATS (9) Rawlins Cross (4) Real McKenzies (2) Rebel folk (23) Rebellion Rose (4) Redhill Rats (1) Reggae (3) Reilly (3) Rein (1) Reina Roja (1) Respect for Paddy Murphy (1) Restless Feet (5) Richie Blitz (1) Riot Folk (1) River Jacks (4) Riverflow (1) Roaring Jack (3) Robbed & Lynched (1) Robbing Vikes (3) Rock (2) Rock Bravú (4) Rockin' the Craic (1) Rocky Roads (1) Roger Drawdy and the Firestarters (2) Rogue Folk (2) Rogue Mahone (1) Rogue Scholars (4) Romania (5) Rotten Riot (2) Round Mountain Girls (1) Rovers Ahead (9) Royal Shamrock (2) Ruckus Deluxe (3) Rue d'la Gouaille (1) Rum Currency (8) Rumania (3) Russia (29) Rusty Nail (5) Ruxe-Ruxe (2) Sailors Grave (1) Saint Bushmill's Choir (1) Saint Patrick's Day (8) Saints and Sinners (4) Salt Lake Whalefishers (1) Salty Smugglers (1) Sambre (3) Scarlet's Revenge (1) Schedule 2010 (1) Scordisci (3) Scotch (7) Scotland (37) Scrum (6) Scythian (4) Sea and Field (1) Seagulls Are Drunk (2) Selfish Murphy (7) Septem Custodes (1) Sequel (1) Serbia (20) Seven Little Sisters (4) Seven Stout Clan (3) Shambolics (5) Shamrock (3) Shamrockabilly (1) ShamrockFest (1) ShamRocks (3) Shamus O'Blivion (1) Shane MacGowan (5) Sheelanagig (1) Shenanigans (2) Shenaniganz (1) Shite'n'Onions (2) Sibin (6) Sigelpa (18) Sigulka (2) Sinful Maggie (1) Siobhan (1) Sir Reg (33) Sisters of Murphy (3) Six Pints Left (2) Sixteen Tons with Ally (3) Sixtysixdays (1) Ska Punk (13) Skama La Rede (1) Skarockoi (4) Skattish (1) Skinny Lister (5) Skontra (16) Skyclad (1) Sled (1) Sliotar (1) Slovakia (1) Slovenia (13) Smokey Bastard (21) SMZB (5) Soldat Louis (2) Son Rock Band (1) Sons of Clogger (1) Sons of O'Flaherty (14) South Africa (22) South Korea (4) Spain (255) Spanta la Xente (1) Speedfolk (2) Spider Mahone (1) Spirit of the West (4) Spirits Down (1) St Patrick's Day (1) St.George's Folly (1) St.Patrick's Day Special Show (2) Staggering Cardoons (1) Staggering Jack (1) Standards (4) Steeleye Span (1) Stiff Little Fingers (1) Stöj Snak (3) Stone Clover (5) Stone Row (1) Stramash (6) StrawDaze (5) Street Dogs (3) Street Fiddlers (1) Street punk (7) StreetWings (4) Stress Out (1) Stuart O'Malley (1) Styles in Black (1) Super Mario (3) Swagger (2) Sweden (57) Switzerland (43) Sydney City Trash (2) Symbol of Resistance (1) T.C. Costello (4) Tadpole Splash (1) Tail Light Rebellion (3) Talco (2) Tartan Hearts (4) Tartanic (2) Tator (1) Tehilim (3) Tejedor (1) Tempest (3) Ten Second March (1) Tengwar (1) Tenholes (4) Terra Celta (2) Tex-Mex (1) Texas (1) Thailand (8) The 23 Carbines (1) The Angelmakers (1) The Autocratics (1) The Babes (2) The Bad Lads (1) The Bad Rats (1) The Band from County Hell (2) The Banjaxed (1) The Barataria Project (1) The Barefoot Sailors (3) The Barley Hops (6) The Barons of Tang (1) The Bawdy Boys (1) The Bay Street Bastards (8) The Beer Barons (3) The Biblecode Sundays (1) The Black Phinisi (2) The Black Shamrocks (5) The Black Tar Rivers (2) The Black Watch (1) The Blarney Stones (2) The Bloody Irish Boys (4) The Bloody Seamen (1) The Bog Hoppers (1) The Bollox (1) The Booze (7) The Booze Brothers (2) The Bottlers (1) The Brothers of Mothershovel (2) The Buccaneers (4) The California Celts (3) The Canny Brothers Band (2) The Ceili Family (9) The Celtas Ride Again (1) The Census (1) The Charmrocks (2) The Cherry Coke$ (2) The Cilvrnigans (5) The Clan (7) The Clanns (3) The Closet Squatters (1) The Cloves and The Tobacco (9) The Clumsy Lovers (1) The Codgers (2) The Coficks Rovers (1) The Coloured Sky (1) The Coming Up Threes (1) The CopOuts (5) The Craicheads (1) The Crazy Rogues (4) The Crofters (1) The Crook and The Dylan's (1) The Crooked Fiddle Band (6) The Cropdusters (1) The Crossing (1) The Cujo Family (2) The Dangerous Folk (3) The Dangleberries (2) The Dead B Specials (1) The Dead Maggies (12) The Dead Rabbits (7) The Demon Barbers (2) The Detonators (3) The Devil's Rejects (2) The Distillery Rats (3) The Dogs from the Grapes (4) The Downs Family (3) The Dread Crew of Oddwood (1) The Dreadnoughts (16) The Droimlins (1) The Drovers (2) The Drunk Butchers (2) The Drunken Lazy Bastards (1) The Dullahans (1) The Dunn Boys (4) The Dust Rhinos (8) The Dutch Irish Bastard (5) The Elders (2) The Electrics (1) The Fables (2) The Family Mahone (2) The Fatty Farmers (24) The Feelgood McLouds (3) The Fenians (1) The Fighting 69th (2) The Fighting Jamesons (5) The Finn MacCools (1) The Fisticuffs (1) The Flintstones (1) The Fourth Well (2) The Freak Fandango Orchestra (3) The Freaks (1) The Fucking Buckaroos (3) The Gaelleon (1) The Gentlemen (4) The Glengarry Bhoys (2) The Go Set (6) The Gobshites (3) The Good Ship (7) The Great Shame (2) The Great Whiskey Rebellion (1) The Green Duck (4) The Grinning Barretts (2) The Happy Tradesmen (1) The Healys (1) The Hit the Bottle Boys (2) The Hornswagglers (2) The Humble Hooligans (5) The Hydropaths (3) The Indulgers (4) The Irish Experience (1) The Irish McDrinkers (6) The Jack Ratts (7) The Jakeys (1) The Journey and The Horny (1) The Kidney Stones (1) The Killigans (5) The King's Busketeers (1) The Kreellers (2) The Lagan (5) The Langer's Ball (8) The Lash (3) The Lazy Bastards (1) The Led Farmers (9) The Leprechaun (1) The Lesser You (1) The Logues (6) The Long Straight Forever (1) The Lucky Eejits (3) The Lucky Pistols (1) The Lucky Trolls (1) The Maggie Whackers (5) The Maggoty Brats (5) The Mahones (47) The McDrinkers (4) The McGonagalls (2) The McMiners (6) The McNaughstys (5) The Men They Couldn't Hang (5) The Micks (1) The Mighty Regis (5) The Mollys (1) The Money Ham$ (1) The Moorings (10) The Muck Savages (1) The Muckers (3) The Muddy States (4) The Mullins (2) The Narrowbacks (7) The Netherlands (54) The New Free (2) The Newcranes (2) The O'Reillys and The Paddyhats (12) The Old Edison (1) The Old Firm (2) The Paperboys (1) The Pauki (4) The Peelers (4) The Peter O'Tooles (1) The Pikeys (1) The Pikeys CA (5) The Placks (1) The Pogues (9) The Pokes (5) The Popes (2) The Porters (3) The Potes (2) The Pox Men (1) The Pubcrawlers (4) The Pugs (2) The Punkabillys (5) The Racoons (1) The Radiators (1) The Ramshackle Army (28) The Rathmines (1) The Real McCoys (3) The Real McKenzies (27) The Righs (4) The Rijsel Irish Boy'Z (5) The Rogues from County Hell (5) The Roughneck Riot (32) The Roving Crows (5) The Royal Spuds (7) The Ruffians (2) The Rumjacks (21) The Rummies (5) The Sandcarvers (1) The Saw Doctors (1) The Scally Cap Brats (14) The Scarlet (13) The Shams (2) The Shillelaghs (4) The Shoepolishers (2) The Shootdaddy's (3) The Silk Road (2) The Skels (1) The Sorry Lot (2) The South Shore Ramblers (11) The Stab Rovers (1) The Staggerers (3) The Stanfields (9) The Steep (1) The Stoasters (1) The Stone Clovers (1) The Stoutfellows (1) The Stubby Shillelaghs (8) The Stumblers (4) The Sullivans (1) The Sunday Punchers (9) The Swaggerin' Growlers (2) The Sweet Colleens (1) The Swinish Multitude (1) The Tartan Hearts (1) The Templars of Doom (4) The Tennants (1) The Thieves (1) The Tim Malloys (1) The Tinkers (1) The Tofu Love Frogs (2) The Toilet Cats (1) The Tomfooligans (1) The Tossers (10) The Tosspints (3) The Tradesmen (1) The Transsylvanians (1) The Urban Voodoo Machine (2) The Vad Vuc (9) The vandon Arms (6) The Wages of Sin (4) The Wailin Banshees (3) The Wakes (4) The Wasters (1) The Waxies (5) The Wellits (2) The Whipjacks (1) The Whisky Priests (16) The Woohoo Revue (1) The Working Class Symphony (5) The Young Dubliners (2) Thrashgrass (1) Three Daft Monkeys (7) Three Finger Shot (4) Three Sheets t'Wind (8) Tir Na Nog (3) To the Last Drop (6) Tom Bombadil (1) Tommy's Heroes (2) Tonynara (1) Top Downloads 2009 (1) Tortilla Flat (8) Toss the Feathers (1) Tower of Dudes (1) Toxic Frogs (9) Trampled by Turtles (1) Transpher (4) Trashmind (1) Trece Krauss (13Krauss) (15) Tri Yann (1) Tribal (4) Tricks Upon Travellers (1) Triquel (1) Triskelles (2) Troty (2) Tullamore (2) Twitter (1) Uairish Pirate Drinking Club (1) Uisce Beatha (2) Ukraine (19) Ukulele Clan Band (3) Uncle Bard & The Dirty Bastards (15) Uncle Hamish and The Hooligans (1) Uncleowen (1) Uruguay (1) USA (494) Vagrant Nation (6) Valencia (5) Vega's Loft (1) ViaEntropia (1) Vilamba (1) Vimma Allstars (1) Vinagre de Sidra (3) Vintage Wine (7) Visitors 2009 (1) Wakaba (1) Wales (7) Waterboys (3) Weddings Parties Anything (2) Weese Paddy (3) Wenches and Rogues (2) West Winds (2) Whiskey and the Barrels (1) Whiskey Mile (1) Whiskey of the Damned (4) Whiskey Wagon (3) WhiskeyDicks (1) White Owl (2) Whole Peeled (1) Why? (3) Wicked Tinkers (1) Wild Colonial Bhoys (3) Will Tun and the Wasters (5) Willie and The Groundskeepers (1) Wolfe Tones (1) Wolfhounds (2) Wolfstone (2) World Music (4) X-Fanekaes (6) xMAPKOx (1) Xtramonio (1) Yeltis (1) Yew Tree Band (1) Zamburiel (1) Zaragoza (3) Zeptepi (3) Zouk (1) Zuname (6) Zydeco (1)


Featured Posts