Clanú Are Back With A Better And Diverse Album!

Clanú are back with a new album Long Way Round. This is a strong follow-up to their 2012 album Ancient Walls. The reason why I got so excited in reviewing this is because of the evolution of their sound. The tracks are more diverse and they have lots of influences in this new album, from  bluegrass, Irish folk, …


Listen to Flags of Belfast by Robert Doyle

Two years ago, Life in Shadows was released. It is still one of albums I listen to because of its timeless appeal. Artists are like heavenly bodies that shine when its their moment, and then they leave the orbit to give way to their creative period. In this gestation time, they leave us wondering about …

Steven Hawson: Shamus and Steve’s Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow, Vol. 1

STEVEN HAWSON: Shamus and Steve's Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow, Vol. 1

For those who are in need of something informative but at the same time entertaining then I better introduce you to something I stumbled upon this weekend. The album is called Shamus and Steve's Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow, Vol. 1. by Steven Hawson. It's an audio comedy presented the creator's notable talent for voicing different characters. He also created an interesting plot that really works.

Conor Lamb: A Closer Look At Réalta

Conor Lamb of Réalta

Conor Lamb took the time to talk about the music of the trio Réalta between touring. I can close my eyes and get lost in the music of Réalta. There is something sublime about it. A quality that revive the spirit and soothes the mind. Open The Door For Three is what I would call as …

Eve Williams:On Songwriting and Meeting Moya Brennan(Interview)

Eve Williams

Twenty Miles from Home debuts from Northern Ireland  through singer/songwriter and vocalist par excellence  Eve Williams. She piqued my interest  after I heard  the song Oblivion. It's a kind of song that's hard to ignore due to its unique  style. The subject of her voice is  one of the things that's covered here. What gave way …