Wednesday, February 22, 2017

2017-02-22 ALBUM REVIEW AND FREE DOWNLOAD - O'HAMSTERS "Gde by my ni byvali" (2017)

O'Hamsters "Gde by my ni byvali"
Release date: February 21, 2017
Running time: 39:45, 14 Tracks

Plenty of new releases at the end of February-beginning of March. One of them is the brand new album by Kyiv’s finest band O’Hamsters. The Ukranian six-piece band has been delivering top-notch albums and EPs since 2010. So, their third album “Gde by my ny byvaly” is not an exception.

Istinnyy Irlandets (A True Irishman)” opens the album. This song was recently advanced by the band: kick-ass accordion, electric guitar and Anton’s rasp vocals.

The next number is titled “Winter Hill” and has a bluegrass intro, gang vocals and mandolin. Amazing song.

Madlen (Madeleine)” is track no. 3. A lively intro with a Flogging Molly twist, but O’Hamsters add the electric guitar and the growls to move away to their own accordion driven territory.

The following cut “Sluchay v Speze”  has a piano intro, but this is not a jazz club: the song bursts into a Celtic hardcore number. Accordion, whistle and electric guitar shift to a folkier end and then a little bit of ska is delivered before throwing more vocal energy by Anton and the gang.

Great mandolin and accordion intro for track no. 5, “Ugar”. Fast-paced Celtic-punk at its best.

Will You Come to the Bower”, a The Dubliners standard, gets the O‘Hamsters treatment on the title track “Gde by my ni byvali”. Amazing guitar work towards the end of the song

Khrani, Bozhe, ostrov Erin” features Vera Brenner on bagpipes. This song is in fact a Celtic punk rendition of “God Save Ireland”.

Track no. 8 is called “Batal'on Svyatogo Patrika (St. Patrick’s Battalion)”. O’Hamsters are able to deliver poignant songs too. Harmonica, electric guitar, mandolin and organ are showcased on this interesting song.

Strannyy soyuz (Strange Alliance)” is another standard, this time “The Rising of the Moon”. Apart from the accordion, the tin whistle and Anton’s vocals, O’Hamsters add some guitar work.

Cath Sulchuait” begins with tin whistle and percussion, but soon evolves into a Celtic punk number with some metal touches, gang vocals and a mandolin driven end.

High voltage too on track no. 11 “Ryzhiy Ayrish Boy (Auburn Irish)”. Even if there’s a short ska passage, the guitar leads the accordion and the tin whistle.

After all that energy, O’Hamsters calm down a little bit on the dancing tune “YA iz Konnakhta (I'm from Connaught)”. Fiddle is played by guest Anna Vasil’chenko from Ukranian band Kings & Beggars.

The album has come to its end, but O’Hamsters have thrown a couple of numbers as bonus tracks: the fast-paced anthem “Stakan (Glass)”, whose video was released at the end of 2015, and their cover of “The Sickbed of Cuchulainn” that was originally released on the Tribute to The Pogues album last year.

O’HamstersGde by my ny byvaly” would be probably a top10 album at the end of the year. O’Hamsters’ passion, musicianship and arrangements make them an essential band. Yes, they don’t sing in English. So what? IMHO, they are one of the hottest bands in the European scene.

Track listing:

01. Istinnyy Irlandets 02:31
02. Winter Hill 03:20
03. Madlen 02:30
04. Sluchay v Speze 02:38
05. Ugar 03:23
06. Gde by my ni byvali 02:10
07. Khrani, Bozhe, ostrov Erin 03:12
(feat. Vera Brenner from F.R.A.M.,Kyiv, Ukraine, on bagpipes )
08. Batal'on Svyatogo Patrika 04:01
09. Strannyy soyuz 02:49
10. Cath Sulchuait 03:05
11. Ryzhiy Ayrish Boy 02:49
12. YA iz Konnakhta 02:26
(feat. Anna Vasil'chenko from Kings & Beggars on fiddle)

Bonus tracks:

13. Stakan 01:19
14. Lízhko Kukhulína (The Pogues cover) 3:00

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

2017-02-19 FREE DOWNLOAD - NYAH FEARTIES "Granpa' Craw" (1995)

Scottish folk-punk legends Nyah Fearties were featured on Celtic Folk Punk and More back in 2009. Now their last album "Granpa' Craw" is available on Bandcamp.

"Released in 1995, Granpa' Craw was the final Nyah Fearties album. More professional and produced than their previous efforts, the Fearties' confrontational lo-fi noise and experimentation had given way to a (marginally) more traditional approach.

Two versions of the album were released: the original "European bootleg" (given this title by the band themselves, following a dispute with their management) and the subsequent self-released "full" version featuring the bonus tracks included here.

released April 4, 1995

Davy Wiseman: Vocals, guitar, bass, whistling
Stephen Wiseman: Drums, percussion, banjo, bouzuki, backing vocals
Michael Woods: Fiddle, accordion, penny whistle
Allan Henry: Additional bass

Produced by Bobby Luccini at First Floor Studio, Brussels
"Safe as Houses" produced by Neal Cairns in Ali's House, Kilbirnie
"Campbelton Loch" recorded live in Hannover, Feb. 25th 1995

Illustration and design by Allan Henry
Jockie Wilson painting by Tam McGibbon (cover of original pressing only)

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Saturday, February 18, 2017


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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

2017-02-15 EP REVIEW - THE BLACK WATCH "First Shot" (2017)

The Black Watch "First Shot"
Release date: January 11, 2017
Running time: 20:15, 8 tracks

At Celtic Folk Punk and More headquarters we’re always looking for new bands. Recently we’ve come across a new bagpipes punk band from Moscow, The Black Watch. They have just released a mini-album titled “First Shot”. This six piece is fronted by  Kristian Pogifist (vocals, guitar) and Vitaly Pogodin (pipes), and they borrow the name from an infantry battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

An “Intro” (“The Gael”) opens the mini-album and then The Black Watch deliver a couple of oi! infused bagpipes punk kick-ass numbers: “Weekend” and “Drink Scotch”. Oi! Oi! shouts, gang vocals and electric guitars led by the pipes.

The Black Watch calm down a little bit on the next track, “On Stranger Tides”, a song with a Ramones twist featuring bagpipes and flute.

On “Boarding”, The Black Watch come back to their Russian bagpipes driven oi! The next song is another standout number, “Home”.

Outro” is a shorter version of “The Gael”, but it’s not the last track on the mini-album. The song closing “First Shot” is titled “Bitch”. It has a rockabilly feel and features boy and girl vocals and addictive woah chorus. No pipes on this cut.

Zuname and Middle Class Bastards are not alone in the Russian bagpipes punk scene. There’s a new band in “town”: The Black Watch

Track listing:

1 - Intro 00:57
2 - Weekend 2:22
3 - Drink Scotch 3:26
4 - On Stranger Tides 3:56
5 - Boarding 3:27
6 - Home 2:23
7 - Bitch 3.12
8 - Outro 0:29


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Sunday, February 12, 2017

2017-02-12 ALBUM REVIEW - THE PEELERS "Palace of the Fiend" (2017)

The Peelers "Palace of the Fiend"
Release date: January 3, 2017
Running time: 52:40, 13 tracks

For all of you that belong to the Shite’n’Onions generation, The Peelers are a living legend. The boys from Glengarry County (ON, Canada) delivered a kick-ass mini-album in 2002, “Boots & Suits”, and then a proper debut album in 2004, “Liquordale”. The album was chosen album of 2004 by Shite’n’Onions and fans will remember songs like “I’ll Meet You at the Bottom of a Bottle”, “Plastic Paddy” and “Savannah”. However, after the release of this must have album, The Peelers went on hiatus. The band moved to Montreal and played the odd show there, while rumours of an upcoming album were spreading. They covered “Rise Again” on the “Whiskey Devils – A Tribute to The Mahones” album in 2010. But no The Peelers album arrived in the following years. Fortunately, the band begun to record their new album in October 2013 and the recordings were finished in October 2015. The new album was announced last year on Facebook and finally “Palace of the Fiend” has been released at the beginning of January 2017.

A gap of 12 years and a half between their previous album and the new one is too much time. Would Dave Barton and his band mates be able to meet their fans expectations? I daresay that “Liquordale” is a must have album and “Palace of the Fiend” is an essential album too. I’ve been listening to The Peelers previous works. Producer Pierre Pineault did a great work on “Liquordale”. He has recorded, edited, co-arranged, mixed and mastered “Palace of the Fiend” and the final result is even better!!! Let alone the line-up. Old band members Dave Barton (lead vocals, guitars),  Eric Diamond (tin whistle), Christos “Zeus” Smirnios (drums), Tim Duggan Walsh (guitars, bass, banjo, mandolin) and Ewen McIntosh (mandolins, ex-The Crofters, ex-The Glengarry Boys, Hadrian’s Wall) and new members Jonathan Moorman (fiddle,  ex-Bodh’aktan, guest on several The Mahones albums) and Christopher Monaghan Stewart (mandolin, drums)
have been joined by Sean “Riot” Ryan (electric guitar, Irish Nails, The Mahones) and guests Johnny Fay (drums, The Tragically Hip, producer of The Mahones third album), Micheal O’Grady (accordion, but tin whistler on The Mahones), Neil Emberg (backing vocals), Finny McConnell (vocals on “Going Down  Swingin’ ", The Mahones), Lorraine Muller (vocals on “Beggars, Rats and Boozers”) and a horn sextet.

Palace of the Fiendstarts off with “New York”, a kick-ass Canadian Celtic-punk anthem that proofs that The Peelers are alive and kicking.

Bastard of the Bunch” is the next number. The song was advanced on Soundcloud and it was enjoyed straightaway by fans missing The Peelers previous stuff.

Track no. 3 is titled “The Black-Eye Blonde”. Great traditional sounding intro based on fiddle, tin whistle and accordion. “Julia Delaney’s” is played at the end of the song.

The following cut is “Going Down Swingin’”, a Flogging Molly infused song featuring Finny McConnell. You can watch the video for this amazing song HERE.

The Dark Path” has inherited the same DNA of the “Liquordale” songs, while “Five Roses” is an awesome number with a Johnny Cash twist featuring organ. References to The Clash can be heard on that song: ““Breakin’ rocks in the hot sun” / While singin’ about a White Riot”.

Beggars, Rats & Boozers” is a song sung by Dave and Lorraine Muller, who also guested on the band’s rendition of “The Fields on Athenry” from the “Boots & Suits” mini-album.

If the quality of the CD was top-notch so far, 6 brilliant songs are played in a row before the album finishes up. “A1 A FLA” is an upbeat number that any Celtic punk fan will love. Track no. 9, “Farewell to Clean and Sober” is stuck to “A1 A FLA” and it’s the catchiest song on “Palace of the Fiend”: “In the morning  the mornin’ see you in the mornin’ / Meet you up the boreen wher the cold north winds blow / In the morning  the mornin’ see you in the mornin’ / We ask for part and whiskey but they still say no”. Once again, references to The Clash can be heard: “Joe is on the jukebox / ‘See it gets to Jimmy Jazz”.

The beginning of “I’m off to Kill the Devil” reminds me of Goats Don’t Shave second album. Although I thought that it was an instrumental number, it’s a badass song.

Stand down Cleary” features an audio excerpt from Boxing Championship Jack Dempsey vs Jess Willard from July 4, 1919. The song is about an Irish stand out boxer from Co. Tipperary. Needless to say that The Peelers give Flogging Molly a run for their money.

Company of the Saints” is a true gem: fab song featuring a horn section that will make you think of Shane MacGowan’s best moments.

The album is over with an excellent version of the traditional song “Cunnla” (sic). “Cúnla” was the first cut on Planxty’s second album “The Well below the Valley” (1973) and The Dubliners recorded their rendition featuring Stockton’s Wing on their “25 Years – Celebration” double album in 1987. Hats-off guys! Great choice and better rendition.

Regarding the packaging, The PeelersPalace of the Fiend” comes in an eight panel digipack including all the lyrics to the songs, studio credits and thank you section.

2017 is going to be an epic year. The heavyweights of the genre are back with their new albums. Will they be able to meet the fans’ expectations? The Peelers have already done it. If you love real Celtic punk, grab your copy of this album.

Track listing:

01. New York 3:55
02. Bastard of the Bunch 3:16
03. The Black-Eye Blonde 4:34
04. Going Down Swingin' (ft. Finny McConnell) 3:51
05. The Dark Path 3:45
06. Five Roses 3:36
07. Beggars, Rats, & Boozers (ft. Lorraine Muller) 5:34
08. A1A FLA 2:18
09. Farewell to Clean and Sober3:16
10. I'm Off to Kill the Devil 4:12
11. Stand Down Cleary 4:25
12. Company of Saints 4:12
13. Cunnla (for Ger) 5:47


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Tuesday, February 7, 2017


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Monday, February 6, 2017

2017-02-06 EP REVIEW AND FREE DOWNLOAD - THE CRAZY ROGUES "Rebel's Shanties" (2017)

The Crazy Rogues "Rebel's Shanties"
Release date: February 1, 2017
Running time: 24:15, 6 tracks

The Crazy Rogues have just released a 6 track mini-album titled “Rebel’s Shanties”. The band from Veszprém (Hungary) had previously released a 2 track demo and a 4 track EP both in 2015. A better quality of sound can be noticed on “Rebel’ Shanties”, but the band’s approach to Celtic music is the same: punk rock, ska and country.

My favourite track is “Fleet”, a catchy song featuring banjo, flute and fiddle that reminds me of their fellow countrymen The Jolly Jackers. “Mutineers (must die)” is another highlight: fast-paced celtic punk with electric guitars, banjo and gang vocals. Other number that stand outs would be “Rebellion”, a fiddle driven song with a LochNesz twist.

The other songs on the mini-album are the opening track “And Then the Sky Fell” (more stuff with a Hungarian Celtic punk DNA), “Silver Hair” (Americana goes ska) and “The Sad Leprechaun” (IMHO too slow).

Rebel’s Shanties” is a step forward on The Crazy Rogues career. Once again, The Crazy Rogues are offering this recording on a Name Your Price basis on Bandcamp. Go there, download the mini-album and leave some money to the guys.


1. And Then the Sky Fell 03:44   
2. Fleet 03:30   
3. The Sad Leprechaun 04:08
4. Mutineers (must DIE) 02:18
5. Silver Hair 04:56
6. Rebellion 05:38


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Sunday, February 5, 2017


Sons of O'Flaherty have recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for their 11 track debut album "The Road Not Taken".

Have a look to their videos and our reviews of their demo and EP here and then go to this page to help them:

Saturday, February 4, 2017

2017-02-04 ALBUM REVIEW - MUDMEN "Old Plaid Shirt" (2016)

Mudmen "Old Plaid Shirt" Mudpiper Records
Release date: December 9, 2016
Running time: 42:41, 11 tracks

The Mudmen were founded in 1998 by piper brothers Sandy and Robby Campbell in 1998. In almost 20 years the band from Ontario (Canada) have released 9 studio albums. The band have had different line-ups, from 6 to 5 members and the current incarnation is Sandy and Robby Campbell on bagpipes, Mike Meacher on lead vocals, mandolin and banjo, Dan Westenenk on bass and Jeremy Burton on drums.

Apart from a Celtic standards based album released in 2012, “Donegal Danny”, The Mudmen discography has neither a live album, nor a best of compilation. Obviously the band’s approach has evolved from the earlier hard-rock sound with a punk twist to the mature sound of “Old Plaid Shirt”. No worries, the top-notch pipes are always there.

My personal favorites are tracks 1, 3, 4 and 6. “Been Somewhere” kicks off with bagpipes and drums and banjo behind them. “Old Plaid Shirt” is the title track, but also an infectious pipes led number to sing along and dance.  “… in an old plaid shirt they’ll bury me”. Class! Acoustic guitar can be heard at the beginning of “This Old World”; then the beat speeds up and the brilliant pipes join. “Whiskey Princess” is a rocking number, probably the catchiest track on the album together with “Old Plaid Shirt”. Other numbers that will please the fans would be “Here’s to You”, “On a Tractor”, “My Best Friend” and the rousing "Captain of Men".

On a Plaid Shirt” is a Canadian to the bone album where musicianship and quality songwriting meet. Just give the album some spins and you’ll appreciate The Mudmen’s universe: “blue collar guys from small towns.” Enjoy!


01 - Been Somewhere 3:36
02 - Here’s To You 4:23
03 - Old Plaid Shirt 4:22
04 - This is Old World 4:30
05 - The Storm 4:54
06 - Whiskey Princess 3:38
07 - On A Tractor 3:33
08 - My Best Friend 3:33
09 - Captain of Men 3:29
10 - I Want To Go 2:54
11 - Simply Things 3:44


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Friday, February 3, 2017

2017-02-03 FREE DOWNLOAD - O'HAMSTERS "Istinnyy Irlandets" single

O'Hamsters single "Istinnyy Irlandets", taken from their upcoming "Gde by my ni byvali" album.

Already available on Celtic Folk Punk Radio.


Wednesday, February 1, 2017


Three new videos added to our YouTube channel :

The Dangerous Folk single (a new Aussie band from Brisbane), a song off the new The Peelers album and a lyrics video off the Uncle Bard and The Dirty Bastards sophomore album.


Saturday, January 28, 2017

2017-01-28 ALBUM REVIEW - THE MAHONES "25 Years of Irish Punk-The Very Best" (2016)

The Mahones "The Very Best - 25 Years of Irish Punk" Whiskey Devils Records WDR-CD5980 /Wolverine Records WRR 222
Release date: Augsut 26, 2016
Running time: 1h14min20sec,21 tracks

After 25 years on the road, The Mahones decided to release a definitive best of album to celebrate their anniversary. The Mahones had previously issued a couple of greatest hits compilations, “The Best of The Mahones” (2003, 17 tracks) and “Irish Punk Collection” (2007, 17 tracks). As four new studio albums have been delivered by The Mahones since 2007, quite a few amazing songs have been added to the band’s repertoire. Therefore, Finny and Katie thought that they should offer to their fans an ultimate collection. Not only would make the new album the songs recorded after “Irish Punk Collection”, but their earlier well-known songs would be given a new lease of life. Then, they re-recorded 16 songs to sound exactly like they are regularly performed live and those songs were put together with some original versions from “The Hunger & The Fight” albums. As there’s an unwritten rule that says that a best of album must include a previously unreleased song, “new” member Scruffy recorded a pipes intro.

So, “The Very Best – 25 Years of Irish Punk” consists of 9 old songs that can be found on the previous best of albums, a new unreleased song (“Scruffy’s Intro”), 1 song from “Live in Italy” (“Wild Rover”), 9 songs from their last 4 albums and a studio version of “Teenage Kicks”. No songs from “The Hellfire Club Sessions” and “Take no Prisoners” can be found on this new album.

The final result kicks ass. All the songs have been given the current Mahones treatment, with a live atmosphere and great tin whistle and/or fiddle arrangements. IMHO, the album is spotless till track 17, “The Hunger & The Fight” included. Regarding the last 4 tracks, I would have chosen other self-penned songs (some interesting numbers from “Angel & Devils” and “The Hunger & The Fight Part I” were unfortunately left behind) instead of the covers. Anyway, I understand that Finny and Katie wanted to showcase the punk edge of the band too.

Remember that The Mahones will be touring Europe from mid-February to mid-March 2017 with The Whiskey of the Damned member Gina Romantini on fiddle and with SIR REG as support on some gigs.


01 - Scruffy's Intro 1:19
02 - A Great Night On the Lash 3:51
03 - Paint the Town Red 3:20
04 - Shakespeare Road 4:28
05 - Give It All You Got 3:55
06 - A Drunken Night In Dublin 3:28
07 - Ghost of a Whiskey Devil 4:16
08 - Across the USA 3:01
09 - Streets of New York 3:57
10 - Queen and Tequila 3:12
11 - One Last Shot 3:14
12 - Down the Boozer 3:45
13 - Angels and Devils 3:39
14 - Is This Bar Open 'Til Tomorrow 4:18
15 - Teenage Kicks 2:22
16 - Drunken Lazy Bastard 4:35
17 - The Hunger & the Fight 4:39
18 - Punk Rock Saved My Life 4:05
19 - Last One To Die 2:23
20 - Alternative Ulster 2:53
21 - Wild Rover (Live) 3:32    


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Friday, January 27, 2017


More videos that have been added to our YouTube channel: a new bagpipes punk band from London, The Babes, a new song off The O'Reillys and The Paddyhats upcoming album and a song off the Dust Rhinos last EP.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

2017-01-25 EP REVIEW - FIRKIN "Into the Night" EP (2017)

Firkin "Into the Night " EP Pump Jump Records
Release Date: January 20, 2017
Running time: 8:56, 3 tracks

When a singer leaves a band, there is always a risk for the remaining members. Fans could make comparisons and decide that although the band keeps the name, they are not the same band. Firkin’s old singer Barna Marthy left the band and PJ and his mates were obliged to look for a new vocalist. When Andy jumped in, Firkin decided to release an EP, “Revox”, with songs from their previous album, but sung by the new singer.

Another two songs where posted on YouTube and obviously fans and critics alike have welcomed Andy, who is doing a great job. And this is clearer on the band’s latest offering, the “Into the Night” EP.

The EP kicks off with the title track “Into the Night”. Celtic punk at its best, as all the things that have placed Firkin at the forefront of the European scene are there: powerful vocals, top-notch fiddle and tin whistle, a solid rhythm section and a great guitarist.

The next song is titled “Flowers”. It’s based on an Irish song recorded by Altan on their “The Red Crow” album (1990), “The Flower of Magherally”. The song is improved by a kick-ass tin whistle tune.

Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye” gets the Firkin treatment. The song has been recorded by a lot of bands, included The Tossers and Dropkick Murphys, but Firkin always add something special to their renditions.

The digital version from Amazon has only these tracks, but the digipack physical version has a bonus track: “Focimese”.

Into the Night” is an amazing EP to whet appetites. But we want more. Come on! Release a full album soon. We love you!


1 - Into the Night 2:35
2 - Flowers 3:43
3 - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye 2:38

4 - Focimese 3:14 (Bonus track on CD version)



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Monday, January 23, 2017

2017-01-23 ALBUM REVIEW - KATIE'S RANDY CAT "Irish Reply" (2016)

Katie's Randy Cat "Irish Reply" self-released
Release date: December 16, 2016
Running time: 57:38,  13 tracks

Katie’s Randy Cat were our Band of December 2014  and their “For the Green” EP reached no. 7 at the Best EPs list in 2014. Two years later, the band from Toledo, OH have released their debut album. An amazing album that also made our Best albums list in 2016.

Some line-up changes have taken place and the current personnel is Steve Steel (vocals, accordion, keys and tin whistle), Petr Kharchenko (lead guitar), Greg Heldt (Rhythm guitar), Jon Zenz (bass) and Matt Jones (drums, vocals). The album opener is titled “Maggie Malone”. At the beginning it’s a tin whistle accordion version of “Molly Malone” but soon it bursts into a fast-paced Celtic punk song featuring electric guitar. Track no. 2 is the single of the album, “Irish Reply (The Last Words of Big Adam Maguire)". This is the first number on which the band's new approach can be clearly noticed: an amazing Celtic punk-rock based on the American rock classics sounds. It’s a sort of suite with different parts. Firstly, a catchy part featuring tin whistle and accordion. Secondly, after a bass line, the song gets a bluesy The Doors treatment where Eric Oblander guests on harmonica. And, finally, the main theme comes back.

Words” is an upbeat track where accordion and drums are showcased.

Rise Up” is based on “The Battle Cry of Freedom” tune (the one that Billy Bragg chose for his “There’s Power in a Union”). The rhythm section does a great job, together with the backing vocals. This amazing number is followed by another kick-ass song: “Shots with Monaghan”. It’s an Irish ballad with guests on trumpet (John Grafing) and trombone (Kevin Haberkamp) that can be filed together with the Arse Craic and The Gobshites stuff.

Fare Thee Well” is an accordion led song and Nichole Carpenter guests on vocals. Katie’s Randy Cat move to the Shane MacGowan territory on this track. Awesome. Track no. 7 is called “Wait”, a solid Celtic punk anthem that reminds me of the Hungarian band LochNesz. Guest Ted Voudouris plays violin.

Katie’s Randy Cat show a more intimate side on “On the Wind”. The violin, the guitar and the keys create the right atmosphere.

The first traditional number on the album is track no. 9, “Leaving of Liverpool”. Punk rock rendition with tin whistle, electric guitar and accordion. The next number follows a different approach, since “Thousand Names” has a funkie feel. Once again Nicole Carpenter adds backing vocals. “Old Dun Cow” is the second standard on “Irish Reply” and Katie’s Randy Cat have chosen a live rendition instead of a studio version. The result? Brilliant!

Finally, “Window (Sixty Minutes)” is a Velvet Underground infused number and “First of the Rest of the Day” is a good sing-along number to finish the album.

Katie’s Randy CatIrish Reply” is a great Celtic punk-rock album. The lads from Toledo have been able to offer something new and fresh on a field where a lot of bands don’t take any risk. Hats-off!

01 - Maggie Malone 3:47
02 - Irish Reply 4:58
03 - Words 5:06
04 - Rise Up! 4:40
05 - Shots with Monaghan 2:36
06 - Fare Thee Well 2:55
07 - Wait 3:58
08 - On the Wind 5:56
09 - Leaving of Liverpool 4:00
10 - Thousand Names 4:51
11 - Old Dun Cow (Live) 5:06
12 - Window (Sixty Minutes) 6:02
13 - First of the Rest of the Day 3:44

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Review by Kinksmarkham

Sunday, January 22, 2017





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