Tuesday, May 31, 2016

2016-05-31 ALBUM REVIEW - BUNCH OF BASTARDS "My Drinkin' ain't Done" (2016)

Bunch of Bastards "My Drinkin' ain't Done" Self-released
Release date: March 17, 2016
Running time: 50:14, 14 tracks

My Drinkin’ ain’t Done” is the long awaited debut album by Bunch of Bastards. And who are Bunch of Bastards? A Dutch band fronted by Andries van den Broek, aka Dutch Irish Bastard, (accordion), and Cor (vocals). The rest of the band consist of Huib on electric guitar and mandolin, Peter on acoustic guitar, electric guitar and banjo, Dex on bass and John on drums and percussion.

Bunch of Bastards have labeled their style as “full force folk” and then they have recorded 14 tracks that run in 50 minutes. Are they on the Circle J end or on the Royal Spuds end? To tell you the truth, they have followed their own way. Some numbers have a The Pokes twist (the opening track “Lucky Break”, track no. 2 “Back in the Day”with its Sex Pistols inspired intro andLet’s Called it a Day”), while others have a The Real McKenzies feel (the kick-ass track no. 9 “Run’n’Drink” and the addictive “Many a good Reason”). Together with those fantastic songs, there are a couple of excellent Celtic punk anthems (“Sing with Us Bastards” and “The Dutch”), the brilliant “Katusja Kalashnikova” with its ska punk touch and a great guitar work at the end, the poignant “Sky over Rotterdam”, the gypsy punk inspired song “Middle of Nowhere” or the Christy Moore sounding song titled “Live Again”. The guys have decided to cover “Whiskey in the Jar", which is placed at the end of the CD.

Lyrically, the album is quite interesting, with several songs about losers and some tracks about booze. And the album packaging is a labour of love: a six panel packaging with a 16 page booklet including all the lyrics to the songs, a band pic, thank yous and studio credits.

The Netherlands have a very interesting Celtic punk scene with bands such as Circle J, Drunken Dolly, Scrum, The Royal Spuds, Flannery or The Folkaholics. Fortunately, Bunch of Bastards have been able to find their own niche and to deliver a highly recommendable album.

You can also check out the album review that our mates from London Celtic Punks wrote aboutMy Drinkin’ ain’t DoneHERE

01 - Lucky Break 3:42
02 - Back In the Day 2:56
03 - Middle of Nowhere 3:34
04 - Katusja Kalashnikova 4:07
05 - Hey Barkeeper 4:20
06 - Sky Over Rotterdam 4:16
07 - Sing With Us Bastards 2:32
08 - Michael Malloy 4:47
09 - Run 'n' Drink 3:26
10 - The Dutch 3:33
11 - Live Again 4:28
12 - Lets Call It a Day 3:08
13 - Many a Good Reason 2:46
14 - Whiskey In the Jar 2:33    

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Review by Kinksmarkham

Monday, May 30, 2016


The Barefoot Sailors have just posted on Facebook and Instagram that "This project now lies at the bottom of the Bay. All music is now available for download for free."

Don't forget to read our EP review HERE


The Barefoot Sailor - Demo FREE

The Barefoot Sailors - Davy Jones' Locker NAME YOUR PRICE

Saturday, May 28, 2016


Sydney City Trash was a Sydney-based Country/Punk band consisting of Mitch Hell (vocals, lyrics), Matty "Browny" Brown (lead guitar), Paddy Finn McHugh (rhythm guitar), Jamie "Jim Mongrel" Skjeme (bass), James Eric Bones (fiddle, mandolin) and Austin Ringo Citizen (drums). Three of its six members grew up in the small town of Tamworth in rural New South Wales, which is also Australia's Country Music Capital and their country roots are frequently reflected in the band's lyrics. The band has been described as the saviours of Australian Country, and is widely respected for its bitingly satirical and dense storytelling lyrics. The band released three studio albums: Classic Country Hits (2004), Once Upon A Time in Australia (2006) and Terror Australis (2009).

Vocalist and lyricist Mitch Hell was raised in Tamworth in rural New South Wales. After moving to Sydney and fronting various punk, straight edge, hardcore and Oi! bands he met up with former high school mate and fellow Tamworth survivor Paddy 'Toots' McHugh in spring of 2001. The pair wrote their first song the now infamous 'Whiskey in the Sun' in the early 2002 and recorded several incarnations of this song over the next year mostly as a joke, poking fun of where they were raised. However it wasn’t until 2003 with the addition of another Tamworth survivor Matthew 'Browny' Brown the band really started taking shape.

The three Tamworth boys dragged in whatever musicians they could find and busked on the streets of Tamworth during the 2003 Country Music Festival, playing mainly covers by Merle Haggard, David Allen Coe, The Descendents and The Clash. After the festival and inspired by the thrill of performing the boys went into 'Hilltop Studios' in Tamworth to record a demo with the idea of getting a real band together.

The demo worked and by mid-2003 the boys had recruited a drummer Angus Howie (also a Tamworth survivor) a bass player Pig Barnett and even a fiddle player Jim Eric Bones whom was then playing guitar for death metal band Punisha. All six of the boys rehearsed and in late 2003 went back into 'Hilltop Studio' to record their first EP the now legendary "Classic Cuntry Hits."

Over the next year the boys worked hard playing any gig going and writing as much as possible. They became inspired by old Australian bush and folk bands such as Redgum, Roaring Jack and Dingo. They were also heavily influenced by Celtic punk bands such as The Pogues and Flogging Molly. All these influences were used and shaped to make the band's first full-length album 'Once Upon A Time in Australia' which was released on Scott Mac of Toe to Toe's label Sold Our Souls. The album was released to much success and sold over 5,000 copies. Off the back of this the boys played across Australia with a plethora of local and international bands.

Continuing to work hard the boys suffered some casualties of the road. They lost drummer Angus Howie to the glitzy world of TV Ratings and he was replaced by Irish Austin Citizen. With a new energy the boys set about writing for their next album.

Another set back was the loss of the unflappable Pig on bass. R.I.P brother. He was replaced with good friend Jim Mongrel from various south coast punk bands, most notably Run For Cover.

It was with this new line up the boys went in to record at the 'Brain Studios' in Surry Hills, Sydney in early 2009 producing the third and final full-length album 'Terror Australis'.

(From Wikipedia)

Triple J Unearthed

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Classic Cuntry Hits From Beyond The Grave (9 tracks, 2004)

Once Upon a Time in Australia (15 tracks, 2006)

Terror Australis (12 tracks, 2010)

Thursday, May 26, 2016

2016-05-26 VIDEO - FIRKIN "Focimese"

Firkin's lyrics video for "Focimese", the song intended to be the official UEFA EURO 2016 song of the Hungarian team

Firkin - Focimese 

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

2016-05-24 ALBUM REVIEW - DRUNKEN DOGS "Pints" (2016)

Drunken Dogs "Pints" Self-released
Release date: March 12, 2016
Running time: 34:22, 14 tracks

Several amazing albums from Canada have been reviewed here in the last three months. And this one is not an exception: Drunken Dogs’ sophomore album “Pints”. Osrich GurCoven (lead vocals, flute and whistles), Gary Carleton (guitar, vocals), Carl Racicot (bass, backing vocals), Ben LaBaguette (drums), Lucas Choi Zimbel (accordion, backing vocals) and Pat Campeau (mandolin) are back with their Pogues inspired universe.

Dolfia” is the first anthem on the album. This brilliant song is followed by “Battleground”, another gem in the Greenlamd Whalefishers vein. “Life of Luxury” is sung by Gary: a perfect theme and a 80's-90’s infused song that The Pogues and The Whisky Priests fans will love straightaway.

Track no. 4 is called “Black Wind and it keeps the spirit of their previous album. The next number is a top-notch instrumental, “Gunnar’s Lament”, where Frank Lacasse guests on percussion. “Hound of Ulster” is another upbeat song featuring Osrich vocal antics while “Ode to the Highlands” is sung again by Gary (BTW, this song features a part of Edvar Grieg’s “Peer Gynt”)

Drunken Dogs move to a different territory on “People of the Worm” a gypsy/East European song. After some “usual” numbers (“Everlasting” and “Drinking in Tír na nÓg”), Drunken Dogs deliver a couple of awesome songs. “Meat Locker” kicks off with some kids voices and soon burst into a festive number. “Pints” can be filed together with The Pogues’ stuff from the "Hell’s Ditch" era.

To finish up, Gary sings “Road to Nowhere”, an excellent dancing number where Osrich sings second vocals, and, finally,  Osrich sings “Fuck You, you fucking Fuck”, a sort of a tribute to The DescendentsWeinerschnitzel”.

Pints” is housed in a jewel case with a 12 page booklet (lyrics to all of the songs, a drawing for every song, thank yous, band pic and studio credits). The album is dedicated to the memory of Arthur Gunn (March 1944-June 2013) and was recorded and mixed by Carl Racicot. Pi S.Cutler was in charge of the mastering.

I strongly recommend Drunken DogsPints” to every Celtic punk fan, but particularly to The Pogues, Greenland Whalefishers and the early Mahones fans. Now, go  to Bandcamp and grab a copy!


01. Dolfia 02:07   
02. Battle Ground 03:24   
03. Life of Luxury 02:31   
04. Black Wind 01:37   
05. A Gunnar's Lament 03:05   
06. Hound of Ulster 02:23   
07. Ode to the Highland 03:08   
08. People of the Worm 02:10   
09. Everlasting 03:12
10. Drinking in Tir Nan'og 04:13   
11. Meat Locker 02:03   
12. Pints 01:17   
13. Road to Nowhere 02:54
14. Fuck you, you fucking fuck 00:


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, May 21, 2016

2016-05-21 VIDEO - ERROR99 "Tale of the Scarecrow"

Error 99 (Thailand) has a new official video for their song "Tale of the Scarecrow"

ERROR99 - Tale of the Scarecrow

Friday, May 20, 2016

2016-05-20 FREE DOWNLOAD - ELEROO "Everyone is Ugly" (2016)

A new project from California. Eleroo has taken some well-known tunes and songs (Tam Lin, Amazing Grace, Scotland the Brave, The Athol Highlanders, Highland Cathedral ...) and has written his own lyrics. The 6 track EP is available at Bandcamp (Name Your Price)




Thursday, May 19, 2016


Black Water County has released a new single and a video for it: "One More Beer Won't Hurt". The song is available at Bandcamp (Name Your Price, link at the bottom). If you are not familiar with this band, check out our reviews and their previous videos HERE.

Black Water County - One More Beer Won't Hurt



Tuesday, May 17, 2016

2016-05-17 VIDEO - SMZB "Ten Thousand Ways to Rebel"

The legendary punk band from Wuhan (China) SMZB (生命之饼) come back with their latest MV, "Ten Thousand Ways to Rebel". SMZB is one of the first punk bands from China, who is now celebrating its 20th year of existence. The video shows several Chinese punk bands from different cities (see lower for a list), and pay a tribute to Lei Jun (雷骏) from Misandao (蜜三刀), China first skinhead and Beijing's punk godfather, who passed away one year ago.

Wu Wei (吴维), the singer of SMZB explains the meaning of the song:
"This song has a story: in 2012, in our album "Sin Harmony" ("醉和谐“), there was a song called "One thousand reasons to rebel" ("一千个反抗的理由"). At the beginning, "Ten thousand ways to rebel" was one a the refrain of the song, but when we finished to record the album, we discovered that we forgot this sentence. What a pity! We immediately decided to use this sentence to write a new song. Now everyone can listen to the little sister of "One thousand reasons to rebel".

The reason for the MV, it's because last year our friend Lei Jun passed away, and I felt a great sorrow. So I decided to dedicate this MV to him. The reason why I chose the 6th of May to release this song is because it's the one year anniversary of his death".


- Ouch! (哎呦) - Langfang
- 八十八颗芭乐籽 - Taipei (Taiwan)
- 臭嘴巴 - Chengdu
- 大脑门 - Kunming
- 反击 - Da Wuhan
- Demerit (过失) - Beijing
- The GT bitches - Jinan
- Milk Shake 7 - Hong Kong
- The Hoover - Urumqi
- Old Doll - Nanjing
- Pinboard (排插) - Guangzhou
- P-Town (皮痛) - Hefei
- 人体蜈蚣 - Beijing
- SZHC深圳硬核联盟 - Shenzhen
- Sucker - Xi'an
- The Tough Kids - Dalian
- WWW - Huaihua
- Banana Peel (香蕉皮) - Guilin
- Pumkins (小南瓜) - Xinxiang
- Gum Bleed (牙龈出血) - Beijing
- 意外冲突 - Chongqing
- 异议份子 - Chengdu
- 脏手指 - Shanghai
- The Last Choice (最终选择) - Changsha
- 不复之血 - Beijing
- Hell City - Beijing
- Own Up - Beijing

SMZB - Ten Thousand Ways to Rebel

Sunday, May 15, 2016

2016-05-15 ALBUM REVIEW - THE O'REILLYS AND THE PADDYHATS "Seven Hearts One Soul" (2016)

The O'Reillys and The Paddyhats "Seven Hearts One Soul" (2016)
Release date: April 9, 2016
Running time: 31:32 , 11 tracks

The O’Reillys and The Paddyhats are probably the most international of the bands from the latest German Celtic punk wave. For instance, they have already played in Russia, Spain or Switzerland. "Seven Hearts One Soul” is their second album and the band keeps on evolving.

Seven Hearts One Soul” has 1 spoken intro, 9 self-penned songs and 1 Irish standard. I have enjoyed particularly their two pirate numbers, the amazing “Black Sails" (featuring fantastic electric guitar) and “Chief of the Sea”, a brilliant number with a Fiddler’s Green twist and a catchy fiddle and accordion theme. More Fiddler’s Green echoes can be heard on the kick-ass number “Hey You”, a song with an infectious chorus.

There are a couple of brilliant rebel folk numbers, the original “We All Know” and “Black and Tans”. You’re right, that Irish standard is overexposed, but The O’Reillys and The Paddyhats have been able to deliver a brand new rendition featuring in yer face tin whistle, electric guitar and fantastic fiddle and percussion arrangements.

Fair Old Lady” moves to a different end. The song is a love song to a/their hometown and the chorus has an Indonesian Celtic Punk feel. Great song. The lyrics to “Hang by the Neck” are stuck to the traditional folk, together with the single “Barrels of Whiskey”, which is a killer track too. A song about moonshining? The easiest way would be to cover “(The Rare Auld) Mountain Dew”, but The O’Reillys and The Paddyhats prefer to bet on an original song. And the final result is excellent. The official video for this song is available HERE and an acoustic live version can be watched HERE, courtesy of Robin Hiermer from The Ceili Family and Radio Hagen.

The album is housed in a six panel digipack. The 16 page booklet has any info you should need: lyrics to all of the songs, studio credits, plenty of live pics, acknowledgements, the line-up (monikers), songs credits and list of musicians (real names).

The O’Reillys and The Paddyhats’ new offering is a well-balanced mix of Pirate punk, rebel songs, traditional inspired stuff and Celtic punk at its best. And the packaging is a real labour of love. Hurry up, maybe you could grab one of the special limited edition box sets!


01 Intro 0:28
02 Black Sails 3:20
03 We All Know 2:55
04 Black and White 3:12
05 Chief of the Sea 3:59
06 Barrels of Whiskey 3:55
07 Hey You 3:27
08 Fair Old Lady 3:06
09 What I Am 2:59
10 Hang By the Neck 2:41
11 Black and Tans 3:16    


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Box Set Limited Edition
Band's Store

Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, May 14, 2016


Big corporations, politicians and greedy lawyers are killing music. That's a fact.

Celtic-Folk-Punk radio is not available through TuneIn anymore. Moreover, Radionomy has geo-blocked some countries, among them, Canada, Japan, South Africa, Russia, a lot of Asian countries and a lot of Latin American countries.

If you want to listen to our 24/7 streaming radio,

2) If your country is geo-blocked by radionomy, then try this tool

Why is this happning?

1) The Webcaster Settlement Act of 2009 expired in January 2016, ending a 10-year period in which smaller online radio stations, Live365 among them, could pay reduced royalties to labels. On January 31, 2016, webcasters who are governed by rules adopted by the Copyright Royalty Board were required to pay to SoundExchange an annual, nonrefundable minimum fee of $500 for each channel and station,the fee for services with greater than 100 stations or channels being $50,000 annual.

As a result, Live365 closed on January 31, at about 10pm EST. 

2) At the end of February 2016, Sony Music sued online radio service Radionomy for copyright infringement.

3) TuneIn informed a lot of Radionomy stations that they won't be available through  TuneIn, because they were broadcasting Sony music. BTW, we never got that message. Of course, no Sony artist is being broadcast on Celtic-Folk-Punk radio.

4) Anyway, last May 3 Radionomy sent an e-mail to all the radio stations on their platform:

"Hi All,

Following the increase of the CRB rates for the royalties in the United States and the absence of specific rates for Small Pure Play Webcasters, we are obliged to modify our streaming policy.

The new pricing system multiplies by 6 the royalties that we have to pay. We have decided to continue to discuss with the right owners to explain them the fundamental differences between a service like ours and other players in the industry. We want that they understand the utility of Internet radios stations like ours that are promoting new artists or music genres.

In order to limit our audience, the stations will not be accessible on TuneIn anymore and we have also decided to not pay stations producers for their US listening hours anymore as of May 1st 2016.

These are temporarily measures and we are confident that we will be able to revise it when a positive change with the US rates is applied.

- The Radionomy Team"

5) Last May 10, 2016 a moderator informed on the Radionomy forum that "Radionomy decided to geo-block radio stations broadcasting in some countries. These countries represent only a limited part of the audience. In these countries a specific message will be broadcast to the listeners connecting to the station"

The end for small 24/7 streaming radio station is getting closer :-(

I'll keep on playing new music every weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) at 7h00 CEST, 10h00 CEST, 13h00 CEST, 16h00 CEST, 19h00 CEST, 22h00 CEST, 1h00 CEST and 4h00 CEST. This weekend the featured bands are Drunken Dogs and X-Fanekaes, together with the bands that were featured last weekend: Bunch of Bastards, The O'Reillys and The Paddyhats, The Dread Crew of Oddwood and Katie's Randy Cat.



Friday, May 13, 2016

2016-05-13 VIDEO - MATILDA'S SCOUNDRELS "Crowleys Curse"

Matilda's Scoundrels "Crowleys Curse" is a two track 7″ featuring "Crowleys Curse" and "Pissheads Anthem". A one time pressing on black vinyl and limited to 300. Additional vocals on "Crowleys Curse": Kathy Butler. Release date: June 10, 2016. Pre-order HERE

Matilda's Scoundrels - Crowleys Curse


Tuesday, May 10, 2016

2016-05-10 FREE DOWNLOAD - X-FANEKAES "Sexe, cassalla i Punkfolk" (2016)

X-Fanekaes have just released their debut album "Sexe, cassalla y punkfolk". Ten punk folk songs with different influences: Irish, Balkan ...

The album was recorded at Illogical Estudio between January and March 2016
Andrés Galván recorded and mixed the album, while the mastering was done by Enrique Soriano at Crossfade Mastering.

The album is available at Bandcamp (Name Your Price, please pay something)



Monday, May 9, 2016

2016-05-09 FREE DOWNLOADS - Oi! N'AST Discography

Oi! N'Ast was a Celtic oi! band from Asturies that was active between 1999 and 2006. As they disbanded 10 years ago, the band's manager has created a Facebook page for the band and uploaded their discography to Bandcamp (Name Your Price).



Hugo - vocals
Nacho - drums
Peque - electric guitar
Raúl - electric guitar
Marco - bass
Lara - bagpipes
Xuan N - bagpipes
Pixi - manager

Former members

Nano - Electric guitar
Xuan - bass
Iván - Bagpipes
Chus - bagpipes

"Sangre y Fierru" (12 tracks, 2012)

Track "Azul y amariellu" on the compilation "100% papel del WC" (no. 3, 2001)
Track "Gausón el Terrible" on the compilation "L'asturianu vive, la llucha sigue" (2002)
Track "La mesma voz" on the compilation "Música de la calle" (Busca y Destruye vol. 3, 2002)
Track "Caos" on the compilation "Asturies hardcore, punk, oi!" (2003)
Tracks "Brenga Celta" and "Homes del norte" on the compilation "Rock'n'llingua" (2004)
Track "Gotta Go" on the compilation "Frente Agnóstico" (Tributo a Agnostic Front) (2010)



Sunday, May 8, 2016

2016-05-08 EP REVIEW - JACK FLASH "Nothing but a Bad Dream" (2016) + FREE DOWNLOADS

Jack Flash "Nothing but a Bad Dream"
Release date: April 8, 2016
Running time: 24:51, 8 tracks

Sad news. Recently the Danish band Rovers Ahead disbanded and now, after 10 years on the road, the Aussie band Jack Flash call it a day.

Before saying goodbye, Tom Michel (vocals, mandolin), Luke Mysliwy (fiddle, tin whistle, bckg vocals), Blaise Clement (acoustic guitar, backg vocals), Shai Clement (acoustic guitar, bckg vocals), Liam Walsh (drums, bckg vocals and Jacke Hickey (electric guitar, backing vocals) have delivered a final EP.

"Well, here it is at last. Our final offering to the music god's, our swan song, our epitaph. Every last shred of creativity we had left as a group poured out, and as far as I'm concerned, the last word on Folk Punk (we're nothing if not modest). Ok perhaps that's taking it a bit too far, but it IS the final recorded word from Jack Flash, and we are very proud of it. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed making it. Available now for download on bandcamp, has it really been close to a decade? or was it all... 'Nothing but a bad dream'?

This is indeed our Swan Song, which means that the band is really calling it quits. So don't miss your chance to see us live! We have a show coming up at The Beetle Bar in Brisbane on Friday 3rd June , and Saturday 4th June in The Celtic Room of The Irish Club Hotel, Toowoomba. Would love to see as many people as possible come and give us a send off!"

Nothing But a Bad Dream” consists of 8 tracks, one instrumental intro, 6 songs and another version of one of the songs.

Intro” kicks off with an acoustic guitar, a fiddle and bass. It has a Western feel and little by little becomes electric. It’s stuck to the next number, “Gypsy Six Pack”, an amazing folk metal inspired song with top notch fiddling, woah chorus and gang vocals at the end.

The Frosty Winter Morning” features tin whistle instead of fiddle. Colonial folk punk at its best.

The Haunting” is maybe less “Aussie” and more “American punk” regarding the sound, where echoes to NOFX can be noticed. Once again, the gang vocals are really good, let alone the electric guitar and the fiddle.

Jack Flash move to a quieter end on “Hold On”, probably the folkiest number on the EP. There is some fiddle, but the guys sing a cappella, clapping and using their feet as percussion.

The Revenge” is an epic number featuring Hanny J on guest vocals. Kick-ass number and a personal fave.

Tin whistle instead of fiddle is used again on “Where Ya Gonna Run”, where Jack Flash sound as as sort of an Aussie version of Flogging Molly.

The EP comes to its end with another version of “The Revenge”. This time Hanny J sings lead vocals instead of backing vocals.

Nothing but a Bad Dream” is a digital only release. The album artwork has been made by Adam Rose and the album was recorded, mixed and mastered once again by Bryce Moorhead at The Shed Recording Studio.

So, go to bandcamp, buy a copy of “Nothing But a Dream” and get the rest of their discography by paying what you want. They'll be missed.


1. Intro 01:47   
2. Gypsy Six Pack 02:53   
3. The Frosty Winters Morning 03:47   
4. The Haunting 03:48   
5. Hold On 01:14   
6. The Revenge Ft. Hanny J 03:19   
7. Where Ya Gonna Run 04:22   
8. The Revenge - Hanny J Full Version 03:23

Triple J Unearthed
Bandcamp (full discography, previous recordings available under "Name Your Price")

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Review by Kinksmarkham

Saturday, May 7, 2016

2016-05-07 VIDEO - DEIEDRA "Rebel Folk"

Video for "Rebel Folk", off Deiedra's upcoming album "Ehorzlearen kantuak".

Deiedra - Rebel Folk

Friday, May 6, 2016

2016-05-06 VIDEO - X-FANEKAES "La Colla"

X-Fanekaes video for "La Colla", off their upcoming album. Great song with an Italian twist.

X-Fanekaes - La Colla

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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

2016-05-04 VIDEO - THE RUMJACKS "A Fistful O'Roses"

"A Fistful O' Roses" is the first single off The Rumjacks 3rd full length album out 2016.


"We’ve written many a song about our hometown of Sydney, and ‘A Fistful O’ Roses’ is yet another, though this one was created beneath a very dark cloud & a sorely difficult time for our beloved city.

An agenda of sweeping law reforms and increasingly heavy tactics by our state government have crushed the city’s nightlife, the livelihood, and in many cases even the lives of many of its inhabitants. Iconic pubs, bars & restaurants are forced to close their doors, elderly residents are driven from their homes and Sydney is growing more desperate & hostile with every passing day.

This is a city under siege by those who rule her, set to become a playground for the elite, while the people who made it the treasure it was are squeezed out to wherever they hell they may venture.

We performed the video for the song as a macabre ‘dry wake’, set among the decay, in a derelict pub, one of many to fall victim to the states new order. Historic footage flits across the screen like memories of a life flashing before one’s eyes. ‘A Fistful O’ Roses’ is one last great send-off for the old girl, but make no mistake..

..this is a band falling very much out of love with its muse.


Production company: Cant Be Stopped Productions
Director: Josh Groom
Producer: Ciaran Jordan
DP: Glenn Hanns
Focus puller: Josh Hanns
Camera Assistant: Paul Brodzinski
Producer Assistant: Rebecca Gilies
Unit Manager: Bodin Rajkovic
Gaffer: Paul Hill
Hair & Make up: Rebecca Plunkett
Art Director: Ciaran Jordan
Edit: Aaron Petersen
Grade: Josh Groom

The Rumjacks - A Fistful o'Roses


Oh I’ve loved you from afar, I’ve borne you like a scar,
Sung your name across the bloody Colfiorito,
But a poison took your heart, you charmless little tart,
Now you’ve nary a jot o’ bother at all for me-o,
This old town has gone to bits, all the folk are off their tits,
Screamin’, “Hoo-rah! Hurry the fuck t’blazes!”
A right parade o’ fools come to stomp all o’er yer jewels,
Like a fistful o’ half dead roses.

And we’re here again, ho again, let the whisky flow again,
Let the taps blow again, sound away the knell,
Like a fistful o’ roses, we’ll take ‘em to the grave,
Every last tale there is to tell.

Oh, this boozer is a wreck, all up & down the deck,
Like a tired old sinner off her game,
Wi’ her blood red lips, and her youth about her hips,
Still the regulars all love her just the same,
Where the mud-spat boots cut their way among the suits,
And the Sally’s come to rattle the can for Jesus,
‘Til they chain up all the doors & toss out all the whores,
Wi’ a fistful o’ half dead roses.

May all the Autumn leaves turn to Twenties at yer feet,
And the high & mighty come to know your thunder,
We could set the world ablaze, but these are early days,
And there’s still a hell of a road for us tae wander,
And there’s one here among us’ll outlive the rest,
Take a tipple to his foibles & his praises,
‘Til they strike him off the roll & chuck him doon a hole,
Wi’ a fistful o’ half dead roses.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

2016-05-03 ALBUM REVIEW - DERINA HARVEY BAND "Rove and Go" (2016)

Derina Harvey Band "Rove and Go"
Release date: May 3rd, 2016
Running time: 42:55, 10 tracks

More Celtic rock from Canada. After having released a debut album based on covers, Derina Harvey Band are back with another album featuring some original songwriting. Derina Harvey (vocals, acoustic guitar), Steven Pinsent (drums, percussion), Scott Greene (electric guitar, vocals), Edward Smith (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Matthew O’Connor (fiddle, banjo and mandolin) have recorded a well-balanced album featuring some well-known songs and a bunch of Canadian classics.

The album opens with the titled track “Rove and Go”, a song that “depicts the resilience of the Newfoundland and Labrador people during the resettlement of many of their communities”. Awesome number featuring banjo, brilliant fiddling by Matthew and great vocals performance by Derina.

The second track is a cover of Dougie MacLean’s “Caledonia”. The Scottish unofficial anthem was also covered by the Dutch band Scrum and Derina Harvey Band’s rendition is amazing too. Derina sings the poignant lyrics as if she had wrote them herself and the rest of the band backs her perfectly. I love the fiddle arrangements and the “Nashville” twist.

On track number 3, the traditional song “Sarah”, Derina Harvey Band moves to the Great Big Sea musical territory and, obviously, they do it as if they hail from Newfoundland too. The song begins with Derina singing a cappella and the boys doing the backing vocals, but soon it gets a full band electric treatment. The rhythm section and the electric guitar do a great job. Another highlight on the album.

Galway Girl” has become the “latest” Celtic standard, as a lot of Celtic punk / Celtic rock bands have covered this song in the last 2-3 years. The cover begins acoustically, and fiddle, bass and drums join soon. Excellent fiddle and mandolin arrangements together with Derina’s powerful vocals.

Sheilagh’s Brush” is the band’s second original effort. They have added a new part to the usual set of tunesTam Lin/Catharsis”.

The Last Shanty” is a song written by Tom Lewis, an English songwriter living in Canada. Once again, DHB gives the song a Figgy Duff / Great Big Sea twist. And the fiddle tune that has been added rocks!!!

Celtic punk/rock fans are familiar with Ewan MacColl, and new fans are not aware of the work made by other excellent songwriters like Scottish/Australian Eric Bogle and Canadian Stan Rogers, the man who wrote “Barrett’s Privateers”. “The Mary Ellen Carter” is another fantastic song written by Stan. Once again, DHB reminds us that there is a big treasure chest of songs to pick up instead of covering the usual Irish pub standards that every single band has already covered.

The Last Saskatchewan Pirate” is maybe what their neighbours from the South call Canadian self-deprecating humour. IMHO, The Arrogants Worms’ song is a kick-ass number and DHB’s rendition gives Captain Tractor’s a run for their money.

Spancil Hill” is a well-known song that has been covered, for instance, by The Corrs and Christy Moore (it was also covered by Christy Moore and Shane MacGowan at a TV show). DHB has really worked on the song and the electric guitar arrangements are rad.

The album ends up with “Song for the Mira”, a song by Allister MacGillivray. It’s a live unedited solo studio recording.

The four panels depict the front cover (a painting of the house being towed across the ocean to a new home), a “letter” to the fans by Derina, a sheet stating the songs credits, studio credits, line-up and band’s pic and the rear cover with the tracklist and a big band’s pic. The album was funded and produced by the band and recorded at Power Studios in Edmonton. Scott Greene engineered the album and it was mastered in Hollywood, CA, by Mike Wells Mastering. The artwork was made by Sheilagh Harvey and the layout and design by Kyna Harvey.

Rove and Go” is a highly recommendable album. Yes, there are a lot of covers, but they are not the usual covers. Moreover, DHB add something new to every single song that they have covered. I don’t like to listen to a cover that is an exact copy of the original and DHB have done a great job. And the Canadian spirit can be noticed all along the album. Grab a copy straightaway!

01 - Rove and Go 4:10
02 - Caledonia 4:50
03 - Sarah 3:19
04 - Galway Girl 3:06
05 - Sheilagh's Brush 3:04
06 - The Last Shanty 3:46
07 - The Mary Ellen Carter 6:06
08 - The Last Saskatchewan Pirate 4:47
09 - Spancil Hill 5:21
10 - Song for the Mira 4:05


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Sunday, May 1, 2016

2016-05-01 FREE DOWNLOAD: PADDY'S FUNERAL "Celtic Voodoo"

Paddy's Funeral, the band from Göttingen (Germany), are sharing their second album "Celtic Voodoo" for free on Bandcamp and Soundcloud. Remember that both sites have free download limits, so hurry up and enjoy!



Jan - Vocals, guitar, mandolin, bouzouki, tin whistle
Sebastian - Bass
Levent - Drums
Lisa - Vocals, guitar, fiddle





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