Tuesday, January 30, 2018

2018-01-30 ALBUM REVIEW - THE DREADNOUGHTS "Foreign Skies" (2017)

The Dreadnoughts "Foreing Skies"
Release date: November 10, 2017
Running time: 43:04, 12 tracks

After a long hiatus, The Dreadnoughts came back in 2017 with their most ambitious album to date. “Foreign Skies” is a concept album about the First World War. At the rear of the digipack there is no standard track listing, but three acts: Act I, tracks from 1 to 5, Act II, tracks from 6 to 8 and Act III, tracks from 9 to 12.

My fave numbers belong to Act I, which is also the longest one. “Up High” is an excellent song with a British folk rock twist. “Foreign Skies” is The Dreadnoughts at its best: Ramones echoes at the beginning, fast paced accordion, woahs’s on the backing vocals, circus music, Eastern Europe sounds … and even a dash of Queen. “Daughters of the Sun” is a song about the sufraggettes. Fiddle and accordion punk with hey shouts and more gypsy touches. The next track is the polka on the album, “Amiens Polka”, while “The Bay of Suvla” is badass anti-war song. I love that a cappella shanty. However, there is a mistake on the liner notes: Ewan MacColl didn’t write “And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda”. Scottish Australian folk singer-songwriter Eric Bogle wrote that song, together with other brilliant anti-war numbers such as “The Green Fields of France (No Man’s Land)” and “All the Fine Young Men”.

Act II is probably the most “punk” of the three, with cuts like “Anna Maria” and “Jericho”. “Black and White” gets a classic Dreadnoughts treatment and it’s one of the highlights on the album.

The last act kicks off with “Gavrilo”, an upbeat Balkan song featuring horns. It’s followed by the quieter song on “Foreign Skies”: “A Broken World”, a piano number where guest Zoey Exley recites the words. The album is over with a couple of standout songs: “Black Letters” and “Back Home in Bristol”. The former gets a folkier treatment, while the later showcases The Dreadnoughts cider-punk.

Foreign Skies” was released last November 10, but a second album called “Foreign Skies.B-Sides” was issued last January 10. That digital only album includes "4 songs that weren't good enough to make "Foreign Skies"! But, ya know, they're still pretty good".

Don't forget to watch "Stoked
"a film Adam PW Smith finished a little while ago that shows The Dreadnoughts in all their glory. It features photos and footage from the past ten years (and some great stories), as well as a bit about the new record." (You'll find the video below)

Track listing:

01. Up High 04:09
02. Foreign Skies 05:02
03. Daughters of the Sun 04:55
04. The Amiens Polka 02:50   
05. The Bay of Suvla 02:23
06. Anna Maria 04:46
07. Jericho 02:05
08. Black and White 02:32
09. Gavrilo 04:36
10. A Broken World (feat. Zoey Exley) 01:44
11. Black Letters 03:59
12.Back Home in Bristol 04:03


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Sunday, January 28, 2018


Aires Bastardos is a band from Buenos Aires (Argentina) that has just reached out to us They are following in the Mala Suerte and Raise My Kilt's footsteps. Aires Bastardos were established three months ago and they have already released a couple of songs. Both of them are already on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk Radio.



Pablo - Lead vocals, banjo, tin whistle
Fernando - Fiddle, vocals, bckg. vocals
Juanjo - Bass, bckg. vocals
Daniel - Guitars, bckg. vocals
Cristian - Drums

Aires Bastardos - Cero a Cero

Aires Bastardos - Marche una poción


Saturday, January 27, 2018


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Finnegan's Hell - Coal Mine

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Uncle Bard & The Dirty Bastards - Lads from the Countryside


Friday, January 26, 2018


At the Celtic Folk Punk and More HQ we keep on looking for new and exciting bands. Celtic Kitchen Party hails from Kingston, Ontario (Canada). They have released a couple of singles so far and they're on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk Radio on Radionomy.
"The name conjures up that down home feeling where all your relatives and neighbors drop by for a traditional kitchen party. This ensemble group is that - and more! Boasting a diversity of talent Celtic Kitchen Party plays a mix of traditional and contemporary East Coast, Irish and Scottish Celtic Music as well as a healthy dose of Pop, Classic Rock and Country! CKP brings a lively high energy feel to any venue which you are sure to remember. They have shared the stage with The Mudmen, The Mahones, Sean McCann, Next Generation Leahy and Queens Bands to name only a few. Highlights include; Grey Cup Festival performing at the Atlantic Schooners venue and for The Spirit of Edmonton Breakfast, The Perth Kilt Run Main Stage, Fort Henry's Celtic Kitchen Party & The Kingston RibFest. It has also been our honour and great pleasure to have played most of Ontario's CFB bases. Our most notable highlight on the horizon is playing in Iqaluit, Nunavut! So, What are you waiting for? Set your event apart - be prepared to dance and sing along to some of the best party music ever made. Period.
Welcome to The Celtic Kitchen Party!"



Andrew Vanhorn - Guitar
Tedd Chew - Fiddle
Colin Skinner - Bagpipes
Martyn Piper - Drums


"Jump & Drink" (single, 2015)
"Amazing Grace" (single, 2017)

Recorded, Mixed & Mastered at Summit Sound Studios, Westport ON
Engineer: Dave Daw
November 2015

"Jump & Drink" written by Chris Giguere 1995

Patty O'MacKinski-Sven is a loveable composite character
He's proud of his own heritage though he was born in Canada
He's 1/8th Scots, two bits Swede, 7/16ths Bolivian
He's one third Dutch, 2/10th French
And the rest is Native American

Every day he goes to work in the same old dingey sweat shop dump
The boss man don't say anything except to jump when I say JUMP
No one seems to notice that something really stinks
He just cannot get over how much he needs to drink

At the local watering hole, he's sitting at the bar
He's listening to the music amazed that he's come so far
Tender sidles over and says without a wink
Man you cannot hang out here unless you buy a drink

Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink
Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink
Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink...

Patty knows if he takes a drink he won't stay in his seat
Knows he won't have time to think, dancing to the changeless beat
Tender sidles over and says without a wink
Man you cannot hang out here unless you buy a drink

Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink
Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink
Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink...

Jump Drink Jump
Drink, Jump, Drink

Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink
Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink, Jump and Drink
Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink, Jump, Drink...

Jump and Drink

An exciting and lively version of the classic, with the feel and energy of a live crowd chanting along. From the diverse party band (known for playing some of the best party music ever made) - Welcome to The Celtic Kitchen Party!

Recorded: North Of Princess Studios, Kingston ON
Tuesday December 13, 2016
Engineer/mixing: Aaron Holmberg, Kingston ON
Mastered: Andy Krehm, Silverbirch, Toronto ON

Andrew Vanhorn - Acoustic guitar
Colin Skinner - Bagpipes
Tedd Chew - Fiddle
Martyn Piper - Drums
Noah St. Amand - Bass
Logan Brown - Electric guitar
Background vocals: Noah St. Amand, Colin Skinner, Martyn Piper, Tedd Chew, Logan Brown, Kevin Offord, Kathleen McMaster, Heather Evans
Songwriting credit: John Newton (1725-1807), Arrangement Andrew Vanhorn

Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me
I once was lost, but now I’m found
Was blind but now I see

‘Twas grace that taught my heart to fear
And grace my fears relieved
How precious did that grace appear
The hour I first believed

Through many dangers, toils and snares
We have already come
‘Tis grace has brought us safe thus far
And grace will lead us home

When we’ve been here 10,000 years
Bright shining in the sun
When we’ve no less days to sing God’s praise
Than when we first begun

Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me
I once was lost, but now I’m found
Was blind but now I see

Was blind but now I see
Was blind but now I see, I
Was blind but now I see

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Thursday, January 25, 2018

2018-01-25 ALBUM REVIEW - THE MOORINGS "Unbowed" (2017)

The Moorings "Unbowed" MP10617
Release date: May 15, 2017
Running time: 12 tracks

The Moorings first studio album and their sophomore live acoustically CD showed that the band from Alsace was able to write top-notch songs. But The Moorings got their degree with their “Nicky’s Detox” EP, a 5 track CD where all the songs were composed by the songwriting team Nicky Sickboy/D.Phil Jelly.

Three years have gone by and The Moorings have finally released a studio album based on self-penned stuff. “Unbowed” follows the same path of The Moorings’ previous EP, as there are songs in French and songs in English.

I appreciate when a band includes some sets of tunes on their albums. And there is a set of tunes on “Unbowed”. Moreover, “The Dancy Cargo Hold’s Dance/Mermaid’s Jig” is not a traditional number: new fiddler Anne has written the first tune together with front man D.Phil Jelly, while the second tune was written by former fiddler Sophie-Anne. Hats-off!

Three songs in French have made the album. “Amsterdam” is a kick-ass rendition of the Jacques Brel’s classic song. “Les Bras Piqués” is another badass number featuring Luca Crespi (Uncle Bard and The Dirty Bastards) on tin whistle. Maybe the lyrics would be OK 15 years ago, but I feel that fortunately nowadays discrimination against tattooed people is very low. “Mutins” is an amazing pirate song featuring Sweeney Lauder on tin whistle.

Brandy Belle” is a weird number, as it’s sung both in French and in English. Not my cup of tea.

As far as the songs in English are concerned, a couple of them were previously released on “La Cigale Unplugged”. “The Mariner I used to be” is based on the tin whistle (Sweeney Lauder again) and the banjo, and it’s probably the most pogues-ish number on “Unbowed”. “Posy of Lily” has also been re-arranged with an epic end.

Three tracks showcase The Moorings drinking side. Videos were shot for the anthems “Drink up Fast” and Ice Cold Jar of Whiskey”. I hope that a video will be shot for the opening track “Another Drinking Wound” too. This fantastic song that reminds me of The Clash is my fave track on the album, btw.

Apart from those cuts, there are two songs that show a different side of the band: “Captain Watson’s Song” and “Invictus”. Former fiddler Anne-Sophie and D.Phil Jelly have put music to the poem by William Ernest Henley and Celkilt bagpiper Loïc MacWind guests on tin whistle .

Unbowed” is housed in a 6 panel digipack that comes with an 8 page booklet. The album is also available on vinyl.

Track listing:

01. Another Drinking Wound 03:43
02. Captain Watson's Gang 03:37
03. Amsterdam 03:15
04. The Dancy Cargo Hold's Dance / Mermaid's Jig 03:15
05. The Mariner I Used To Be 03:48
06. Les Bras Piqués 03:23
07. Drink Up Fast 03:38
08. Brandy Belle 03:14
09. Posy Of Lily 04:00
10. Mutins 03:13
11. Ice Cold Jar Of Whiskey 02:26
12. Invictus 04:20


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Review by Kinksmarkham

Monday, January 22, 2018


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The Fatty Farmers - Calles vacías (Feat Poncho K)

Hibai eta Sergio (Deiedra) - Bilbao Reds Anthem


Spirit of Canada - Home for a Rest

(Source: Wikipedia) "Home for a Rest" is a song by Canadian folk rock band Spirit of the West, from their 1990 album Save This House. Although never officially released as a single, it is the band's signature song and is considered a classic of Canadian music.

Background and writing

Written by John Mann and Geoffrey Kelly, the song tells of a drinking spree in London. The lyrics and the musical setting clearly revel in the fun of the experience, but also show a longing for the rest and comfort of home:

“ You'll have to excuse me, I'm not at my best
I've been gone for a week, I've been drunk since I left
These so-called vacations will soon be my death
I'm so sick from the drink, I need home for a rest. ”

The song was written during one of the band's first tours of England, and was originally more of a poem than a full-fledged song. According to producer Danny Greenspoon, the band considered it still a work in progress, and had not brought it to the primary recording sessions for the album; rather, it was brought to Greenspoon's attention only as he was about to conclude work on the project and return home to Toronto. Recognizing the song's potential, he immediately worked with the band to resolve their uncertainties about its readiness, and finally recorded it as the last song of the sessions.

British geographical references such as Euston Station, Charing Cross Road and Yorkshire appear in the lyrics. The later choruses switch the length of time that the narrator has been gone from a week to a month, and in some live performances change from a month to a year. The song's musical arrangement incorporates the traditional reels "Castle Kelly", "Glass of Beer" and "Swallow's Tail".

Live performances

"Home for a Rest" was always the final song played at the band's concert performances, excepting encores. A live performance of the song at the band's 2015 Massey Hall concert forms the climax of the 2016 documentary film Spirit Unforgettable; due to Mann's battle with early-onset Alzheimer's disease, he struggles with the lyrics at first but the entire audience begins singing along.


The song was one of two Canadian songs (the other being "Do the Bearcat" by David Wilcox) to appear on the 1998 compilation album Frosh, alongside such party anthems as Iggy Pop's "Lust for Life", The Village People's "YMCA", Denis Leary's "Asshole" and Beastie Boys' "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)".

In 1999, the song was named to CFNY's Top 1002 New Rock Songs of All Time, ranking 689th behind R.E.M.'s "Shiny Happy People" and ahead of Robert Palmer's "Looking for Clues". In 2007, CFNY named it No. 8 on their Top 102 Canadian New Rock Songs of All Time.

In 2005, "Home for a Rest" was named the 22nd greatest Canadian song of all time in a listener vote on the CBC Radio One series 50 Tracks: The Canadian Version.

The song is also frequently covered by other Canadian folk rock bands, including Mudmen and Enter the Haggis. Spirit of the West's original recording has also occasionally been misattributed to Great Big Sea on YouTube and in online lyrics databases. At a November 2017 fundraising benefit concert for Mann's medical care at Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom, the participants recorded a tribute version of the song onsite prior to the concert; participants included Jim Cuddy, Sarah McLachlan, Ed Robertson, Barney Bentall, Colin James, Shari Ulrich and Jim Byrnes.

Sunday, January 21, 2018


(Please remember that Bandcamp only allows 200 free downloads/album/ month. If you find that the albums/EP are not free anymore, please don't complain. Just try again next month 😉)

Started in 2002, Later have played traditional Irish music for 7 years. After several experiments with new sound, they have moved to very different style - progressive metal with influences of Irish folk and folk-punk.

Some of their songs are already on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk Radio



"7 Pint Brawl" (Debut album, in traditional Irish-folk style,13 tracks, 2008)
"Later EP" (Made firstly for a joke, the experiments in heavy sound became more interesting, so this EP was a result of those experiments, 3 tracks, 2009)
"Farewell to Good Old Timnes" (This album is sort of conclusion of the band's very long and very productive period of history. They played a lot of gigs in Russia and Ukraine, had much fun, and so on. They raised their parting glass at the last track of this album, and then split up ... to reform the band, but with very different music, 12 tracks, 2015)
"Fireman EP" (A new work by a new line-up, 3 tracks, 2017)


"7 Pint Brawl"

Grigory Grigoriev - guitar, vocals
Timur Guslov - banjo, backing vocals
Alexey Chizhov - bass
Elisaveta Khlebutina - fiddle
Vasily Luyluykin - bodhran
Oleg Petrov - accordion
Anton Tsvetkov - tin whistles

"Later EP"

Grigory Grigoriev - guitar, vocals
Tmur Guslov - banjo, vocals
Elisaveta Khlebutina - fiddle
Vasiliy Lyulyukin - bouzouki, bodhran
Oleg Petrov - accordion
Anton Tsvetkov - tin whistles, Irish flute
Alexey Chizhov - bass
Rais Sharipov - drums

"Farewell to Good Old Times"

Grigory Grigoriev - guitar, vocals
Elisaveta Khlebutina - fiddle
Vasily Lyulyukin - bouzouki
Oleg Petrov - accordion, button-box
Anton Tsvetkov - tin whistles
Alexey Chizhov - bass
Alexey Buren - drums

"Fireman EP"

Grigory Grigoriev - guitar, vocal
Vasuly Lyulyukin - bouzouki
Sergey Borisov - guitar, banjo, clarinet
Alexey Chizhov - bass
Maria Gostukhina - drums


"7 Pint Brawl"
"Later EP"
"Farewell to Good Old Times"
"Fireman EP"

Thursday, January 18, 2018


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Ebri Knight - Guerrilla

Konsumo Respeto - Naufragar

O'Hamsters - Winter Hill

Saturday, January 13, 2018


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"On 11 January at 11:11 the band Pipes and Pints have introduced their second single in the new line-up called “Rebel in My Veins.” For the music video they have joined their forces with a pop-art artist Josef Rataj - Rataj Art, hoping to kick some butts. The message is that every artist’s got rebel blood in their veins, with the untamed desire to create and to shift the boundaries. The band compares the hiatus and the feelings around it to a cage and they are going to break that cage with the first shows in April in Prague and Brno.

Josef Rataj is a pop-art painter and artist, whose co-operation with Pipes and Pints is no coincidence. Upon returning from the United States, Josef received his first exhibition offer. He seized the chance and made the entire exhibition, 10 big canvas paintings, overnight with the only companion in his studio that night - a Pipes and Pints CD stuck in his stereo. And the works from that exhibition are the ones that kickstarted his career.

Pipes and Pints have met Rataj completely by accident in November 2017, in an attic studio of the alternative venue Drive House at the release party of their second last music video "Raise Our Flag". The video was being screened, guitars were played and Josef would paint in his attic studio as it all was taking place. “We've only exchanged a few words that night, the story spoke for itself. It was clear that we had to do something together,” says Vojta Kalina, the band’s bagpiper.

What can I imagine in my mind it has happened. My positive thinking has changed my life into what I always wanted to do. These happenings sometimes do not have sense but everything goes to given goal. The heart is compass. When we come together it was like a synchronization, ” says Josef Rataj.

Art is an energy, a mixture of colours, sounds, and feelings, and we want to pass it all on in this music video. Josef also has this energy around himself when he paints, not unlike the one that we have while playing, it’s omnipresent,” says Vojta. “And without anyone even realising it, Travis’s lyrics are about tattoos, painting on human bodies and the memories that we carry.” "Rebel in My Veins" is the first song that the band has composed after the hiatus. Energy and the joy of creating is overflowing in this song.

The cage, about to unleash the boys into a new concert era, is going to break at the first shows in Brno and Prague. “We wanted something special to mark the occasion. I have always wanted to play Sono Centre in Brno ever since the venue opened with a magical concert of several Dire Straits members. And Pragovka in Prague is the venue we picked for its magical industrial atmosphere, to which our live wildness will fit perfectly. Even this video was shot in one of its halls, it all clicks together amazingly,” adds Vojta on the location selection.

Pipes and Pints - Rebels in my Veins

Tir Na Nog - Shaun O'Malley

Los Whistles - Duende Malo

Sunday, January 7, 2018


Founded in 2013 with the intention of making fun pub music and even more fun pub friends, Plunk Murray strives at each and every performance to take you to that place where everyone is your friend with a combination of high energy, traditional and modern Irish and Celtic music.

Comprised of a group of incredibly talented multi-instrumentalists, Plunk Murray boasts decades of professional music experience and is proud to garner a reputation as a professional group both on and off the stage. We made a break into the local festival scene by playing The Steampunk November Festival in 2016 and the AKON opening Ball in the summer of 2017 as well as many local pubs and St. Paddy's day venues.

Plunk Murray has recently gone back to the studio to record their first full length CD "Gypsies, Fools, Pirates, and Tools" due out in early 2018. Created as a follow up to their self-titled EP, this CD will have a mix of original, rambunctious, compositions as well as special arrangements of well-known pub songs and traditional tunes played on fiddle, accordion, banjo, mandolin, guitar, boudhran, drums and Lord knows what else.

Some songs from their EP are already on rotation at Celtic Folk Punk Radio



Johnny Zercher - Lead vocals, mandolin, guitar
Nate Morefield - Upright bass, accordion
Jennifer Sanders - Fiddle/Vocals
Johnny Burleson - Guitar


Plunk Murray "Demo CD"

Track Listing:

1-Star of the County Down
2-As I Roved Out
3-Reel Plunky
4-Foggy Dew
5-If I Should Fall from Grace with God

Price: $5.00
Shipping: $3.00



Saturday, January 6, 2018


Galician band Falperrys is back! They intend to release a new album and then they have launched a crowdfunding project on Verkami.

Check out the project here!

You can also watch the video for "Himno Dorneiro"

More info in Galician and Galician:

Boas grumetes!

Tras anos á deriva por diferentes caladoiros do país, con incursións alén por Berlín, Hamburgo ou Dublín, a tripulación do barco Falperrys vai a unha nova marea para outro traballo de celtic-punk ou como se lle chame. Encheremos a bodega con lances ás artes de Vinilo e CD, e nunha primeira virada arrastraremos 12 novas especies, para completar o quiñón con un bo puñado máis en formato acústico.

Para elo precisamos de nova tripulación/armadores, que nos axuden facéndose mecenas no noso proxecto en verkami. Entrade e escollede a vosa recompensa, hai para mariñeiras e mariñeiros, así como para patróns de tabernas de mal vivir e capitáns de distribucións de dubidosa legalidade. Tamén podedes colaborar simplemente difundindo esta campaña.

Para ilustrar tan fermosa singradura andamos de estrea dunha navegada que fixemos pola ría de Arousa a bordo dunha das últimas lanchas xeiteiras que aínda navegan polo mundo tocándolle o himno dorneiro.

Agradecemos toda colaboración e difusión para que este barco chegue a bo porto!

Graciñas e saúdos.


Buenas grumetes!

Tras años a la deriva por diferentes caladeros del país, con inclusiones allende por Berlín, Hamburgo o Dublín, la tripulación del barco Falperrys va a una nueva marea para otro trabajo de celtic-punk o como se le quiera llamar. Llenaremos la bodega con lances a las artes del Vinilo y el CD, y en una primera virada arrastraremos 12 nuevas especies, para completar quiñón con un buen puñado más en formato acústico.

Para ello necesitamos nueva tripulación que nos ayude haciéndose mecenas de nuestro proyecto en Verkami. Entrad y escoged vuestra recompensa, hay para marineras y marineros, así como para taberneros patrones de locales de mal vivir y capitanes de distribuciones alternativas de dudosa legalidad! También podeis colaborar simplemente difundiendo esta campaña.

Para ilustrar tan hermosa singladura estamos estrenando una navegación que hicimos por la ría de Arousa a bordo de una de las últimas lanchas xeiteiras que todavía navegan por el mundo. 
Agradecemos toda colaboración y difusión para que este barco llegue a buen puerto.

Gracias y saludos.

Monday, January 1, 2018

2018-01-01 NAME YOUR PRICE DOWNLOAD - JAY WARS & THE HOWARD YOUTH - Live at the Brunny! 2017 (2018)

"Told you we'd have something new for y'all today! New Year, New Us!

Here's a live album we recorded at the Brunny. It costs you nothing to listen to or download. Hooray.

See y'all soon!


Jay Wars & The Howard Youth "Live at the Brunny! 2017"

Recorded live in August 2017 at the Brunswick Hotel.

Recorded by Az.
Slapped together by Dan.
Art by Crow.
Credits: released January 1, 2018



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