“Morality Mortality” is the brand new album from Marc O’Reilly. Coming off the back of his last successful release “Human Herdings”, Marc continues his amazing form with another gem of an album.
The opening track “Compromise” will blow you away. The pop funk song features some tasty bass and some satisfying fret changes and builds to a heavier rock chorus. This song has everything that Marc’s fans have come accustomed to.
“Blinded By” is funkier than funk itself. You could easily think you are listening to a St...
1. There was a 9 year gap between albums. Why was that?
We spent a couple of years after releasing our first album touring it throughout Europe. After that we had a bit of a line-up change and I guess it took us time to find our feet again with a newer sound. We were getting into a lot more melodic sounds and harmonies and began to hone in on the smaller details of our sound.
2. How have the band progressed in that time?
The first time around we were into a more simplistic and raw Garage/Punk sound. I guess as...
Just a mere 9 years after their debut album “Psych Ward”, The Urges return with their second offering “Time Will Pass”. Indeed plenty of time has passed but what hasn’t changed is the unmistakable psychedelic garage sound that is expected from the Dublin band.
The album opener “Passing Us By” was released on vinyl last year for Record Store Day and is a great reintroduction to the band. It contains a brilliant build up to the then chilled out chorus. The horn section at the end is well worth a mention too.
Dublin singer songwriter Kevin Nolan released his debut album “Frederick & The Golden Dawn” to critical acclaim. The album has garnered him attention from the likes of Radio Nova and BBC 6 amongst other radio stations and publications. Kevin quite clearly draws inspiration from Nick Cave and Tom Waits which is the perfect recipe for an album, one which Kevin cooks with glorious results.
The album opener “Blood Wedding” is a Tom Waits style thing of beauty. Whilst the comparison to Waits is inevitable, Nolan ma...