August 2012

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Yes I realise now that I have certain responsibilities now that I have a consistent readership (or possibly a lot of random clickers) for this site and I am letting you down with my inconsistency. Hopefully my work pressures will have subsided by the end of this week and normal service can resume. In the […]

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Another week with a poor posting record. I’m still blaming my daytime occupation which sadly doesn’t involve listening to Irish-americana bands. Someone needs to make that a position in some company and then employ me in it. Today’s post is on one of the giants of the americana scene in Ireland: Gavin Glass. Much like […]

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Again a long delay between posts. Offline life is pretty busy at the moment. I hope to improve my ways and catch up over the next few days. In the meantime, I’m glad to introduce a bit of something that hasn’t been on this blog for a while. Straight up rock. Cold Steel Feel are […]

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Normal service is resuming…eventually. As you may have noticed from previous posts on this blog, I am a great fan of the wider themed posts. I like doing posts that connect to each other. Makes it feel more like I’m making connections rather than random music just appearing on this site. So in light of […]

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Apologies for the delay since my last post. Got distracted by the wonders of the world and then the olympics was on…a lot. And sure that only happens once every four years so one is practically obliged to watch as much as one can. At least I am back with a bang. The bang in […]

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Something a bit more direct this evening. I haven’t featured a bluegrass influenced band yet on this blog. Of all the American genres associated with country, I find bluegrass the most restrictive in terms of where songs can go within that genre. However The Cujo Family manage to take that genre, shake it up and […]

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The power of technology. Right now when this post goes live, I will be in London, congested in a Tube trying to get to badminton matches. Feel sorry for me!! The Darling Sins describe themselves as a band that produces music of the “soulk” genre, that’s soul and alternative folk, folks. I hope it, like […]

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