Echo Harte, an alternative-rock singer/songwriter from Tuam, Co. Galway, began releasing music as an artist in 2016.
Dublin rapper and producer Johnny Climax returns to the fore with the release of his latest single ‘Nobody Happy’, featuring Chris Kabs. The track is a deep and thoughtful examination of materialism.
In a world of fear and uncertainty, it’s important to look for hope and light whenever possible. Mayo singer-songwriter RACHEL has taken this message to heart with the release of her highly-emotive new single ‘Show Me’.
With a wealth of international experience under his belt, the up and coming artist has written and produced tracks with some of the biggest names in the Irish industry including Robert Grace, Chloe Agnew, Isaac Butler, Liam Geddes, Josh Gray and many more. He has also supported award-winning artist Tom Walker for an intimate performance last September.
‘See Me Now’ is the debut release from 24 year-old singer-songwriter Conor Hamilton-Long. Based in Dublin, Conor began writing music in the winter of 2018 and has been recording his output ever since.
Dublin based, electronic music producer BENJAMYN is making waves with his newly coined genre of surf-house. He has previously performed live sets at Body & Soul and The Lighthouse, drawing comparisons to artists such as Chet Faker, Milky Chance and Tom Misch.
Four piece electronic indie-pop group Pyro Villas have released their highly anticipated debut single, ‘Nova Scotia Pipelines’. Being hailed as an alternative to Tame Impala, MGMT and The 1975, the band are already climbing the ladder having secured testimonials from leading Irish tastemakers including Kayte O'Malley at iRadio, and Sarina Bellissimo, Graham O'Toole and Nathan O'Reilly at Spin1038.
Darragh O'Dea is a songwriter known for his narrative lyrics and idyllic poetry on life in an ever-changing Ireland. Hailing from Tuam, Darragh's songs capture the moods and elements of his surroundings and are delivered with an alluring honesty.
Having spent the last five years touring the world’s most iconic stages from the Sydney Opera House to Radio City New York, Dublin based musician Brian McGrane is set to return home to headline Whelan’s on Friday, April 3rd. With a wealth of international experience under his belt, the up and coming artist has written and produced tracks for some of the biggest names in the Irish industry, collaborating with the likes of Gavin James, Celtic Woman, Phil Coulter and Sharon Corr.
Mayo singer songwriter, Faraway Martin, has a voice that according to Hot Press Magazine ‘leaves an instant mark on the listener’. He is releasing the first single of his debut EP entitled ‘The Lights Turn On’.
Ciarán Moran’s willingness to write songs, that according to Christy Moore “very few will write or sing about”, has allowed him to explore the darker side of society’s issues with references to substance abuse, domestic violence and homelessness. His latest release ‘Falling Down’ encompasses a number of issues affecting those that start off at a disadvantage.
Deoraí, fronted by writer, producer, and singer Jack Delaney, are an independent project combining contemporary modern music and the Irish language to create something new and exciting. “I feel that although there are some Irish language acts and music” Jack notes, “there is only a small amount of Irish language music which is breaking creative ground”.
After a busy 2019, in which they released three singles, Dublin rock band Oh Bryan are back with their newest single ‘It’s Not Easy’, which has been given a “10 out of 10” by Billy McGuinness (Guitarist, Aslan).