Tuesday, April 30, 2013

VIDEO - MOLLY MALONE'S "Bez sumienia"

First single from the Polish band Molly Malone's debut album  "Obled" (Madness)

http://www.mollymalones.pl



Molly Malone's - Bez sumienia




Sunday, April 28, 2013

VIDEO - SIR REG "'Till the Dead Come Alive"

Sir Reg ´Til The Dead Come Alive


Friday, April 26, 2013

FREE DOWNLOAD - SALT LAKE WHALEFISHERS

Salt Lake Whalefishers is a two-piece outfit from Leyto, Utah, USA. They released an album in 2010 and most of the tracks can be downloaded for free from their reverbnation site. The only track that cannot be downloaded for free is the first one. It costs only 1,29 USD, but  50% goes for charity.

http://saltlakewhalefishers.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Salt-Lake-Whalefishers/93340712721

Nick Larson - Tenor Banjo/Vocals
Jared Thompson - Acoustic Guitar/Vocals,
and two drum machines, who are not called anything, as bass and drums

Discography:

"The Foggy Bitch" (13 tracks, 2010)

1. Tijuana Vasectomy 2:38
2. Whalefishers 3:10
3. Excommunicate Me 2:31
4. Lightweight     1:59
5. Goligon Street 2:28
6. Moat 2:32
7. The Computer Is Not My Friend 2:24
8. Peewee's Playhouse 2:23
9. Strap On 0:58
10. Provo Girl 4:08
11. Ezri No! 2:03
12. Public Defender 2:37
13. Flippin' Pancakes 1:49

DOWNLOAD: (Click on "download" on every track)


Thursday, April 25, 2013

VIDEO - THE INDULGERS "Hold on to You"

Video from the seventh album by The Indulgers "Whiskey Tonight".
www.shamrocker.com

The Indulgers - "Hold On To You"




Wednesday, April 24, 2013

REVIEW - BLACKEYED DEMPSEYS s/t (2013)

BlackEyed Dempseys "BlackEyed Dempseys" Self-released
Release date: 9 March 2013
Running time: 26:23, 8 tracks

 
Northern California’s Premier Celtic Rock Band BlackEyed Dempseys were formed in 2008. Their self-titled album was recorded in 2012 and it has been released just before Saint Patrick’s Day. They were chosen as the band of April and if you listen to their songs, you will agree with that.

Jamie Hill (vocals, guitar), Moe Crummett (guitar, background vocals), Mark Repking (banjo, mandolin), Keith Jukes (accordion, background vocals), Quinn Brentson (bass) and Josh Wagner (drums) have released the kind of album that I expect from a new band: a lot of original stuff and a distinctive sound. On this mini-album the guys have written 6 original numbers, one based on “The Parting Glass”  music (“Same Auld Flag” ) and only one cover (“The Irish Rover”). Yes, this is an overexposed song. However, Keith and Mark do a fantastic job on their rendition. I really love the manic banjo sound. And this is exactly what I mean when I talk about a distinctive sound. Banjo/mandolin, accordion and guitar work are amazing on this CD.
 
Every song is different and appealing. The opening number “Sail Away to Amerikay” is a catchy song. “Seven Shades of Hell” would be another single. “No Retreat” goes Celtic punk, featuring a top-notch banjo. “Free Derry” is the most Celtic punk song on the CD. It has everything: banjo, accordion, guitar and great chorus. “Sweeny’s A Working Man’s Bar” is their answer to The Tossers Teehans” .“Prodigal Song” is a slower song and “Same Auld Flag” is the rockiest number, featuring an awesome guitar work and interesting backing vocals.

Maybe the BlackEyed Dempseys self-titled album won't make the Top 5 at the end of the year. But they are honest musicians that play with passion and trust on their own compositions. They deserve to be heard and if you give them an opportunity, you’ll enjoy their songs. And the banjo wizard.

Tracklist:

1 - Sail Away to Amerikay 3:23
2 - Seven Shades of Hell 2:57
3 - Irish Rover 3:34
4 - Sweeney's , a Working Man's Bar 3:24
5 - No Retreat 4:05
6 - Free Derry 2:25
7 - Prodigal Son 3:39
8 - Same Auld Flag 2:51

http://blackeyeddempseys.wix.com/blackeyeddempseys
http://www.reverbnation.com/blackeyeddempseys
http://www.facebook.com/TheBlackeyedDempseys
https://twitter.com/BEDempseys
To buy the CD, contact the band.

Review by Kinksmarkham

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

ROIO - THE WHISKY PRIESTS Live in Hungary 1992



The Whisky Priests complete concert performance at the Kalaka Folk Festival, Miscolc, Hungary on 12th July 1992, recorded for broadcast on national Hungarian TV.

Gary Miller - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Glenn Miller - Accordion, Backing Vocals
Mick Tyas - Bass, Vocals
Kevin Wilson - Bouzouki, Mandolin, Backing Vocals
Tony McNally - Drums 

Uploaded by kind permission of Gary Miller. 

DOWNLOAD:

http://turbobit.net/y2gwdqqaa3ko.html


Monday, April 22, 2013

NEWS - FIRKIN - Spring 2013

"Dear Friends,

we are proud to present Jumpin' John to you, an enormous and unique show that has been created for this special occasion at Budapest, Hungary in the amusing Palace Of Arts on 17th June.

There are going to be 4 singers in Firkin surrounded by talented and pretty dancers from Ballet Pécs and there shall be background screenings as well produced by a video jockey.

A fairy tale is to be born on stage from the new songs and the oldies, in which grief, innocence, disappointment and hopelessness vanish by the new love and - of course - the magical music.

Tickets are available:
 
http://mupa.hu/en/program/firkin-jumpin-john-2013-06-17_20-00-fesztivalszinhaz

Support new Firkin songs


Thank you for your ever support and donations, we appreciate them very much and try to repay your trust.

Let us tell you, that by the end of October 2012, you have donated € 685 to our foundation, from which we could cover a great amount of the total cost (€ 4.670) of our new DVD, so we managed to 'Keep On Firkin'.

This year, we kindly ask you, our fans, friends, supporters and partners in joy to support Firkin to the extent possible. Your offerings shall be invested in the recordings of our upcoming album with the total cost of € 7.670 . We have already given birth to 10 new songs and there's still plenty of time until the recordings in the autumn.

If you would and can afford to support the work of Firkin, please send your offering to the following account:

Seventh Day Foundation

SWIFT code: BACXHUHB

IBAN HU87 1091-8001-0000-0014-7599-0009

If you have any questions (e.g. your donation has a definite goal), please get into contact with us on:

PJ - flutist, producer
pj@firkinband.com

Still in April:

24th April @ 21:00 - Budapest - BME university party of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
https://www.facebook.com/events/141271862716497/
26th April @ 21:00 - Kiskunfélegyháza - Rocktár Club
http://www.rocktar.hu/koncertek
29th April @ 20:00 - Komárom - Komárom Days
http://www.komarom.hu/komaromi_napok.php


www.firkin.hu
www.facebook.com/firkinband

Cheers,

Firkin"
 

NEWS - BLEEDING HEARTS - SPRING 2013


Bleeding Hearts Newsletter

Foxie's Rant
(always slightly different it just looks & sounds the same)

Gigs & Stuff

We have been doing our best to get some gigs lined up, and yippee, one or two nice festivals have duly arrived and are now up on our "Attack" page – that's otherwise known as gigs to you. We are still dangling the iron in the fire and hope to get some more come in so keep an eye out.

Nick Gibbs who used to be a full-time member of 'The Bleeders' will be joining us on fiddle for some of these festivals because, as you know, we still have a vacancy for permanent fiddler.

Partisan - The New Acoustic(ish) Album

The much anticipated (by us) acoustic(ish) album is still under development, although Ewan is getting an increasingly bigger pedalboard to match my own. I say acoustic as that is the plan but there may be the odd dash of plugged-in soundwaves in there somewhere. We can't help ourselves.

We have enough songs, and have done some pre-production but as we are going for stripped down versions of the songs, there is actually quite a bit of re-writing going on and that experimentation is holding us up. That and whatever Ewan is on as he comes up with his trippie hippie riffs, I dunno, Morris Dancers eh?! As ever at The Bleeders camp, things move slowly.

Folk'n'Glory

Oh yeah, it's received rave reviews in Rock'n'Reel and Froots as well as a multitude of other mags and online sources... you can still buy it from us even though stocks are reducing and we have no intention of re-pressing. Just ask, email, or buy online or at a gig of your choice.

Forum

Contact 'keeping it nice since 1972 Ewan Porter hyphen Stevens' if you wanna tell him a story... you can do this via our Facebook which a google reveals is 'bleedingheartsonline' apparently, or just email him at: Ewan@bleedinghearts.co.uk. If that don't work, grab him in Lichfield High Street........ sorry Brownhills, or in the pub somewhere... he likes Old Speckled Hen.

Thatcher

You may be surprised that I have not banged on about ding dong you know what. I'd rather just recite the words of my boyhood hero Billy Bragg:

"This is not a time for celebration. The death of Margaret Thatcher is nothing more than a salient reminder of how Britain got into the mess that we are in today. Of why ordinary working people are no longer able to earn enough from one job to support a family; of why there is a shortage of decent affordable housing... of why cynicism and greed became the hallmarks of our society. Raising a glass to the death of an infirm old lady changes none of this".

That said I did have rather a lot of whiskeys the day she died and thought about what she did to the Miners, The NHS, local democracy, our communities, about what happened at Hillsborough, her support for Pinochet the fascist, her condemnation of Mandela and her support for Apartheid. Yeah, what a British hero. RIP? More like good riddance.

I don't apologise for my views nor am I interested if anybody disagrees with me. The reporting of her death has hardly been balanced with the media and so-called leaders of the left saying what a wonderful woman and great Prime Minister she was. Nope, I am with Scotland on this one - she is a home wrecker and the reason the Scots will divorce us, that's her lasting legacy.

That's all for now!
Foxie

Gigs 2013

27 April: The Wheatsheaf, Leighton Buzzard, UK
(www.thewheatie.co.uk)

22 June: KatieFest Stourbridge Folk & Beer Festival, Halfpenny Green Airport, Stourbridge, UK
(www.katiesfest.com)

17 August: Forever Sun Festival, Dorchester, Dorset, UK
(www.foreversun.co.uk)

6 September: An Sibin, Darmstadt, Germany

7 September: Siegen Festival, Siegen, Germany

13 September: Green Meadows Festival, Peterborough, UK (Cancer Benefit)

21 September: Roscoe Rooms, Scarborough, UK (Animal Rights Benefit)

7 December: Dogfest Festival, The Black Market, Warsop, Notts, UK

8 December: Dog & Partridge, Marchington, UK (Acoustic)

Saturday, April 20, 2013

FREE DOWNLOAD - PIRATE COPY "The Shape of Piracy to Come"



Pirate Copy are a six-piece pirate band hailing from Cornwall, the home of piracy, who play high octane, rum-drenched, melodic folk-punk. Their style is a raucous brand of party-hard, Ramones-sing-a-long, melodic punk rock, with a folk twist, and a hardcore vocal style which sits well with the pirate theme. Despite taking a heavy influence from Dropkick Murphys and The Pogues, elements of Andrew WK, NOFX, and Teenage Bottlerocket have also had a strong impact on their sound.

http://www.piratecopy.co.uk
http://talesfromthewhiskysea.blogspot.co.uk
http://www.facebook.com/piratecopyband
https://twitter.com/piratecopy

Line-up:
Cap'n Kernow- The leader of our group and head shanty singer.
The Admiral- A sexual deviant and operator of the bass cannon.
Finger The Cabin Boy- A feisty street urchin and lead string plucker.
Johnny 'Danger' Danger- Most say his name in hushed tones in dark alleyways, a dangerous rhythmic string plucker.
Scarlet van Dyke - Plucker of Ukelele strings. The only woman aboard ship, and also the biggest womaniser.
Ashtiki The Caveman- A savage.

DOWNLOAD:

http://piratecopy.bandcamp.com



Friday, April 19, 2013

VIDEO - LEVELLERS "The Recruiting Sergeant"

New single from Static On The Airwaves

The Levellers release their new EP The Recruiting Sergeant in support of War Child on 5th May. Four of the band's most poignant anti-war songs are featured including a re-recorded version of The Recruiting Sergeant with special guests The Copper Family, Dan Walsh, Ben Paley and Shona Kipling helping out.

Another Man's Cause, Not In My Name and Barrel of the Gun complement this release along with the original version of The Recruiting Sergeant from the new album Static On The Airwaves'.

All profits go to War Child - the charity that helps children wherever war affects them.

http://www.warchild.org.uk

A Rich Mulryne Film in association with Dogbite Film Crew
Written by Jeremy Cunningham and Rich Mulryne


Thursday, April 18, 2013

FREE DOWNLOADS - LA DRAVE




La Drave is a Celtic punk band from Joliette, Quebec (Canada). They have released a couple of albums and both of them can be downloaded for free. Both of them are available at their website (you can donate) and the second one is available at Bandcamp (Name Your Price).

http://www.ladrave.com
https://www.facebook.com/ladrave
http://www.myspace.com/ladraveqc

David Beauséjour : Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Maxime Asselin : Drums
Philippe Chrétien : Guitar, Flutes, Vocals
Simon Riopel : Bass, Vocals

Discography:

"La Drave" (10 tracks)
"Au Yâbe" (13 tracks, 2012)

DOWNLOAD:

http://ladrave.bandcamp.com/album/au-y-be (second album)

http://www.ladrave.com/musique.html (both albums)


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

VIDEOS - LA M.O.D.A. "Nómadas"

This is the brand new single by La Maravillosa Orquesta del Alcohol, La M.O.D.A..

The footage was shot at their French busking tour.




Tuesday, April 16, 2013

REVIEW - BRICK TOP BLAGGERS "Plastic Paddy" (2013)

Brick Top Blaggers "Plastic Paddy" Blagthis
Release date: 9 March 2013
Running time: 3 tracks, 9:55


Good news! Brick Top Blaggers, one of the best bands of 2011, is back with a kick-ass EP. Three fantastic compositions and no cover. Yes, if you were thinking that they were covering The Peelers, you are wrong: “Plastic Paddy” is a self-penned song.

Why should you buy this EP? First of all, only two of the songs will be featured on the next album. In other words, one of the tracks (“Fisherman’s Tale”) will soon become a rarity. Secondly, BTB sound and attitude are sharper and harder than ever. All the songs are really outstanding numbers. “Plastic Paddy” would be more South Chicago school than the other songs.  “Witness to My Own  Wake” would be Los Angeles school and finally “Fisherman’s Tale” would be a sort of a bridge between the Boston school and the English school.

Brick Top Blaggers sound really tight: great vocals (particularly on the first song), top-notch accordion by Matt Maulding and excellent guitar work on the first two tracks, always backed by solid band mates on fiddle, banjo and rhythm section. 

The “Plastic Paddy” EP is a leap forward on the band’s career. Don’t think twice. Go ahead and buy the digipack CD with the artwork inspired by "The
Rising of the Moon.


Tracklist:

1 - Plastic Paddy 3:03
2 - Witness to My Own Wake 3:34
3 - Fisherman's Tale 3:13

http://www.bricktopblaggers.com
http://www.facebook.com/bricktopblaggers
http://www.jango.com/music/Brick+Top+Blaggers?l=0
http://www.reverbnation.com/bricktopblaggers
http://www.last.fm/music/Brick+Top+Blaggers
http://www.myspace.com/blaggers
https://twitter.com/blagthis

Click to buy:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bricktopblaggers2

Review by Kinksmarkham

Monday, April 15, 2013

VIDEO - NAYMEDICI "Koo Koo the Bird Girl"

Manchester gypsy folk band Naymedici's second single, 'Koo Koo The Bird Girl', based on Minnie Woolsey.

Naymedici - Koo Koo The Bird Girl


 

Sunday, April 14, 2013

RADIO SHOWS UPDATE (15 April 2013)

 The radio shows have been re-arranged:

1) Live! - Your favourite bands on stage

2) Pub Songs - A selection of standards

3) Top 50 -  The best Celtic Punk Rock songs that have been released in the last years

4) US Celtic punk rock- Celtic punk and Celtic rock bands from the USA

5) Diaspora - Bands from Canada, New zealand and Australia

6) Emerging scenes - Bands from Brazil, Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Japan and South Africa

6) UK and Eire - Bands from the UK and Ireland (Celtic and Non-Celtic)

7) Europe I - Bands from Germany, France, The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria and Switzerland 

8) Europe II -  Bands from Spain, Belgium, Hungary, Czech Republic, Serbia, Poland, Italy, Sweden and Finland



This is the schedule from 15 April 2013 (click on the pic):

 



FREE DOWNLOAD - WILL TUN AND THE WASTERS "Time is a Bastard" (2012)

The first EP by Will Tun and the Wasters, "A Year Wasted", was posted a long time ago. Anyway, now it's available (Name your Price from 0,00 GBP) on Bandcamp.

Their second EP was released last year and two tracks from this album can be downloaded for free from their Soundcloud page. The EP can be bought from Bandcamp (mp3 or Flac, 2,50 GBP) or Big Cartel (Their "second E.P. lovingly packaged in digipaks with a sexy matte finish", 5,00 GBP)

Right now, the five tracks are available at Reverbnation at 160 kbps. So you can download them for free and then buy a better rate version form Bandcamp or the digipack EP from Big Cartel.

DOWNLOAD (track by track):


VIDEO - THE FATTY FARMERS (feat. PACO PIL) "Johnny Techno Ska"

Video for "Johnny Techno Ska", the second single from The Fatty Farmers "Refarmatory". The Fatty Farmers covering Paco Pil, who guests on vocals on this song.





Friday, April 12, 2013

REVIEW - PLATTROCK "A Little Cup of Sausagewater" (2012)

Plattrock " A Little Cup of Sausagewater" Calling Card Musikproduktion GmbH
Release date: 24 February 2012
Running time: 51:59, 15 tracks


The German band Plattrock was founded in 1979 as a three piece and they used to play blues, rock’n’roll. Then, in 1989, they evolved into a 7 piece folk-rock band and they labeled their music as “Northernchurchesdoublefuckingspeedfolkrock". The band was on hiatus for six years and the reunion took place in 2003. “A Little Cup of Sausagewater” was released last year and the current line-up is Matthias Kersting (lead vocals, banjo, guitars), Christian Zimmer (mandolin, guitars, bass, trombone, background vocals), Dieter Schlierkamp (guitars, bass, harmonica, background vocals), Sabine Kersting (accordion, flute, background vocals) and Martin Hagedorn (drums, percussions and background vocals).

Plattrock play their own folk-rock music with a comedy twist. Their songs are sung in four different languages: English  (12/15), French (1/15), Spanish (1/15) and Plattdütsch (1/15). Yes, it’s not Celtic rock. Anyway, don’t worry: they don’t play the usual “kitsch” German folk music.

IMHO, the best tracks on the album are “Rulla Tirulla” and the opening number “One Wild Night”. The former is the only song that is sung in the Northern German dialect (Plattdütsch). It features awesome banjo and mandolin arrangements, has a Johnny Cash sound and a kick-ass brass band at the end of the song. The latter is a catchy song featuring a great flute sound similar to the German band Mutabor.

Other tracks to check out should be the rock’nroll numbers “Every Day” (a cover) and “A Little Cup of Tea”. This one is a little bit slower , has some pop music background vocals and interesting accordion arrangements. Moreover, the lyrics are really funny. Track no. 5, “The Silent Water” features a guest cello and the sound is more Oysterband oriented. “Against the Wind” can rival with their German colleagues The Shanes and “No Longer Me” is another interesting song with great female background vocals and a rocking attitude.


Tracklist:

01 - One wild night 3:15
02 - How 2:22
03 - Every day 4:36
04 - A little cup of tea 2:15
05 - The silent water 2:14
06 - Lilli is waiting for me 4:43
07 - ¿Yo soy molesto? 3:07
08 - Outside 2:20
09 - The voice 2:37
10 - Against the wind 2:08
11 - La douleur dépasse 5:31
12 - Don’t leave me 4:56
13 - No longer me 3:43
14 - Rulla Tirulla 3:58
15 - I shout out 4:08

http://www.plattrock.de
http://www.reverbnation.com/plattrock
http://www.facebook.com/Plattrock
http://www.myspace.com/plattrock
https://twitter.com/plattrock

Click to buy:

http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B0077YSUPE/ref=dm_sp_alb?ie=UTF8&qid=1329560093&sr=1-1-catcorr (mp3)
https://itunes.apple.com/de/album/a-little-cup-of-sausagewater/id500715738 (mp3)

Review by Kinksmarkham
 
 

PRESS RELEASE - STÖJ SNAK

April 09, 2012,

Today, Danish screamer-songwriter outfit Stöj Snak releases the critically acclaimed "Songs about Beliefs" on orange cassette and digital download via 5FeetUnder Records (DK) and YLLS Records (CAN).

The b-side of the tape contains the entire "Songs About Beliefs" recorded live. The download also contains an unreleased bonus track.
You can stream the entire record on Stöj Snak’s website.


Stream and order the record:
http://music.stojsnak.com

Special promo deal (incl. exclusive t-shirt) can be ordered here:

http://youlooklikeshit.storenvy.com/



ABOUT SONGS ABOUT BELIEFS

The record was written, recorded and produced by highly productive Niels Höjgaard Sörensen - the man behind Stöj Snak - and originally released on orange vinyl in November 2012. The record follows "Planned Obsolescence", released April 2012. On "Songs About Beliefs" Stöj Snak has invited a lot of different musicians and friends to join him, creating a more layered sound that still remains true to the uncompromising folkcore that Stöj Snak displayed on the debut.

The Record has already reached high critically acclaim around the world. To mention a few:

“Amazing artwork, amazing lyrics and message, idealism, songs for your soul.”
5/5 – Empty Zine

“…a definite must have. A really honest and heartfelt record, you won’t hear any better than this!”
Lights Go Out Fanzine

"This is music with heart and soul, topped off with great vocal melodies that on at least two occasions showcases world-class songwriting."
8/10 – Rockfreaks.net

“Probably the best thing to come out of Denmark after “The Killing” TV series.”
Celticfolkpunk.blogspot.com


Niels has musical roots deep in the underground soil and he has travelled most of Europe and even as far as Russia with the melodic hardcore band Mighty Midgets. The band has a number of releases under their belt and has reached great acclaim in the underground but remained below the mainstream radar.

Stöj Snak takes a step away from the punk sound but remains true to the DIY ethics and political outlook of the scene. It also does not take long to find the punk energy in Stöj Snak’s music which has been described as if Bob Dylan was the playing in Green Day – especially live where Stöj Snak, only armed with just a guitar, a harmonica and a lamp, have incited to heavy sing-along and well as both mosh pits and crowd surfing.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

LEXINGTON FIELD - PRESS RELEASE

PRESS RELEASE
APRIL 10, 2013


LEXINGTON FIELD SET TO RELEASE SECOND FULL-LENGTH ALBUM NO MAN’S WAR ON NEW FOLK RECORDS

SAN DIEGO, CA – Lexington Field announced today they are releasing their second full-length album, No Man’s War, on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 on New Folk Records, in conjunction with Blind Eye Records.  Both labels are based out of Minneapolis, MN.

No Man’s War was produced, recorded and mixed by Jeff Berkley at Berkley Sound in San Diego, CA.  He is a founding member of the bands Berkley Hart and Citizen Band, and has recorded musicians such as The Lovebirds, Tim Flannery, Josh Damigo, and Gregory Page.  The 14-track album was mastered by 4-time Grammy Award winner Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering in Hollywood, CA.  

No Man’s War features guest appearances by singer-songwriter Steve Poltz (vocals), Veronica May from The Lovebirds (vocals), Dennis Caplinger (banjo), Anthony Belluto from Horde of Sirens (guitar), Josh Linden from Hoist the Colors (mandolin & vocals) and Matt Maulding from Brick Top Blaggers (accordion). 

Los Angeles artist Jose Pimienta, who created the artwork for Lexington Field's debut album Old Dirt Road (2011) and follow-up EP Poor Troubled Life (2012), returned to do the same for No Man's War.  The album will also include a 20-page booklet of Pimienta’s original sketches.

No Man's War is the ultimate American Fiddle Rock album.  These 14 songs are dynamic, heartfelt, emotional, and very high-energy.  It was an honor to work with such talented musicians during this whole project and to have Jose Pimienta return to provide amazing artwork.  Jeff Berkley and Gavin Lurssen are top notch professionals and truly captured our sound.  We are so excited to share our American Fiddle Rock songs with the rest of the world!"
- Beau Gray, Lead Singer/Guitarist of Lexington Field

The official CD Release show to celebrate No Man’s War will take place on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, CA.  Here are the details:

OFFICIAL NO MAN’S WAR CD RELEASE SHOW
SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2013
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
BELLY UP TAVERN
143 S. Cedros Ave.
Solana Beach, CA 92075
Doors at 8 PM, Show at 9 PM
$16 adv/ $18 day of/ $28 reserved

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

VIDEOS - THE MAHONES

The Mahones - The Waiting


Music video for The Mahones' new single The Waiting, off of their 8th studio album, Angels & Devils. Song features Jake Burns of Stiff Little Fingers on electric guitar. Video was shot in New York City on a night off during the band's 2013 St. Patrick's tour with Dropkick Murphys.

Video directed by Katelynn Lawless



The Mahones - Past The Pint Of No Return


New single off of The Mahones critically-acclaimed new album Angels & Devils.
Filmed on tour in Europe, Canada and the USA.

Video edited by Katelynn Lawless



The Mahones feat. Ken Casey (Dropkick Murphys) - Spanish Lady


Two legends of Irish Punk come together for a killer punk rock version of the Irish Traditional classic, Spanish Lady.

Video directed/edited by Katelynn Lawless



Sunday, April 7, 2013

FREE DOWNLOAD - THE TOILET CATS "Shamrockin' Irish Tunes" (2013)

The Toilet Cats hail from RoCk-Ville, Maryland. This is their exclusive Saint Patrick's Day release. Get the Irish PuNk crankin' . Download all 5 songs, FREE for a limited time! ;)


https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Toilet-Cats/257921737585348
http://www.myspace.com/thetoiletcats

Line-up:

Kitty "Catbox" Ramona - Vocals, bass
Johnny Lectric - Guitar
Rod Gnarley - Drums

DOWNLOAD:


https://soundcloud.com/thetoiletcats


Saturday, April 6, 2013

SECOND SAMPLER OF 2013


A new 4 band sampler. Two of them were previosly featured on another samplers (7 Stout Clan from Finland  and De Drangdüwels from Northern Germany) and the other two hail from Canada (Bang on the Ear) and the USA (Ockham's Razor).

All the tracks on this sampler are available as free downloads on the Internet.

The mp3s can be downloaded legally from the following sites:

Tracks 1-6 available at Mikseri
Tracks 4-6 also available at Souncloud
Tracks 7-10 available at LastFM
Tracks 11-12 available at Reverbnation
Tracks 13-16 available at Sonicbids
Track 13 also available at Soundclick

1) 7 STOUT CLAN (Savonlinna, Finland) 

http://www.myspace.com/7stoutclan
http://www.facebook.com/pages/7-Stout-Clan/140275399398588
https://soundcloud.com/7-stout-clan
http://www.mikseri.net/artists/?id=146574&displ_lang=en
http://www.hitlantis.com/#/7-stout-clan

Line-up:

Juho Kosonen - Vocals, tenor banjo, guitar melodica and keyboards
Taavi Kervinen - Vocals, banjo, bagpipes, guitar, mandolin, percussions and tin whistle
Kalle - Bass, bouzuki, vocals
Elias Koskinen - Drums, percussions and back vocals

Discography:

"First Taste" (4 tracks, 2009)
"Too Drunk to Punk" (11 tracks, 2011)
"Lump of Coal" (3 track single, 2012)



2) DE DRANGDÜWELS (Bad Oldesloe, Holstein, Germany)

http://www.drangduewels.de
http://www.last.fm/music/De+Drangdüwels
https://soundcloud.com/d-wel-1
http://www.facebook.com/pages/De-Drangdüwels/116088258416752
http://www.track4.de/agentur/bands/3769?action=operator_B&
http://nds.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drangdüwels

Line-up:

Burghard "Buggen" Beese - Vocals
Jan Fleischfresser - Fleitwark,
Wolfram Donath - Accordeon
Stefan Möller- Bass
Stefan "Kauke" Kaukewitsch - Drums
Peter "Kuddel" Schröder - Guitar
Christoph Schlüter - Banjo, mandolin

Discography:

"Hart an Wind" (13 tracks, 2003)
"Hold Fast" (15 tracks, 2004)
"FC St. Pauli & de Störtebeker-Trilogie" (4 tracks, 2004)
"Ahoi" (16 tracks, 2010)


3) BANG ON THE EAR (Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada)

http://bradleymcmillan.weebly.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/bangontheear
https://soundcloud.com/bradley-mcmillan
http://www.facebook.com/bangontheear
https://twitter.com/bangontheear

Line-up:

Bradley McMillan - Vocals, guitar
Michelle McMillan - Tin whistle, bodhrán, trumpet
John Kluver - Bass
Matt Cormier - Drums
Alexander MacMillan - Mandolin, banjo 
Danny Bissonette - Fiddle

Discography (click to buy):

"The Dungeon Sessions" (5 song EP, 2007)
"Green Grass And Gravel Roads" (13 tracks, 2009)
"Tales From The Glen" (10 tracks, 2011)


4) OCKHAM'S RAZOR (Seattle,USA)

http://www.seattlerazors.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/ockhamsrazor
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=601318
http://www.sonicbids.com/2/EPK/?epk_id=129152
http://www.facebook.com/seattlerazors

Line-up:

Kris Clements - Lead Vocals, accordion, tin whistle
Tom Rooney - Banjo, mandolin, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Dane Dorning - Bass
Judd Harris - Drum kit
Matt Haverly - Violin, cello, harp

Discography: (click to buy)

"Ockham's Razor" (8 tracks, 2006)
"Ten Thousand Miles to Bedlam" (13 tracks, 2007)
"Live & Well" (10 tracks, 2009)
"Wolves in the Walls" (15 tracks, 2010)


DOWNLOAD:

http://turbobit.net/e54n37irngqv.html

or

http://dfiles.eu/files/rj1lxmkjn

VIDEOS - WILL TUN AND THE WASTERS "Cracks in the Wall" and "Community"

The two official videos from Will Tun and the Wasters "Time is a Bastard EP" (2012)


Line-up:

Will Tun - Vocals, Guitar, stomping
Josef - Accordion, Melodica, Guitar & posing
Jared - Ukulele, Guitar & driving
Declan- Tin Whistle, Guitar
Johnny - Drums
Ivo - Bass guitar, double bass

Discography:

"A Year Wasted" (3 tracks, 2010)
"Time is a Bastard" (5 tracks, 2012)



This is a video of the second single, "Cracks in the Wall",  from the "Time is a Bastard EP"




Will Tun and the Wasters - Community (Feat. MC Amalgam)


This is a self-produced video of the first single "Community" from "Time is a Bastard EP"

Footage was shot in Reading by:

Stu Brooks- vimeo.com/user4610841/videos
Aymeric Voirin
Jared Dyer
Editing was done by Jared Dyer




Thursday, April 4, 2013

REVIEW - SIR REG "21st Century Loser" (2012)

SIR REG "21st Century Loser" Heptown Records HTR066 CD/HTR222 LP
Release date: 5 April 2013
Running time: 42:36, 12 tracks


When I got SIR REG’s single “ ‘Till the Dead Come Alive” my first impression was that the sound was a little bit harder than that of their previous albums. Then the album arrived and, even if the first song was pure anger, I felt that there were too many quiet moments on the CD. I don’t know why I drew that conclusion, since there are only 3 and a half “slow” songs.

I have been listening to this album continuously and I must admit that it has grown on me. No, “21st Century Loser” is not a direct album. One needs several hearings to appreciate it. Perhaps the best word to describe this CD would be risky. The Swedish band has evolved and maybe a part of their fan base, those who prefer basic Celtic punk to new musical directions, could be disappointed. Anyway, as far as I know, “21st Century Loser” has got rave reviews so far.

All the tracks on this album have the SIR REG DNA on it. I have said that they have evolved, but don’t expect something like Flogging MollySpeed of Darkness”.  Brendan and his band mates have followed a logical direction remaining faithful to their identity. They have chosen “ ‘Till the Dead Come Alive” as first single. Other bands would have picked up “Raise Your Hands” or “We’ll Rise Again”. Those numbers are catchy, “simple” and effective. But SIR REG know that when you want to win, you have to bet.

The arrangements and chorus, poppier than on previous releases, highlight all over the album. This is not something new, since Brit-pop elements can be listened on both “Sir Reg” and “A Sign of the Times”.  The first part of “At the End of The World” could be filed together with the LevellersHello Pig” album.  And “Walking into Doors” is a haunting song. I was missing a song like “Far Away” when I realized that in fact there was something better. I feel that the Gallagher brothers  from Oasis would love it too. “City of Tragedy” is a poignant ballad. Sometimes I link it with those metal bands from the 80’s (for instance, Scorpions). However, knowing that Brendan is a big fan of David Bowie, I guess that this, together with the closing number “21st Century Loser Part II”, could be influenced by the Chameleon.

But if you are at the Celtic punk end, don’t worry: there are plenty to choose from: “All that Remains”, “21st Century Loser”,  “Emigrate”, the single, “Raise your Hands” and “We’ll Rise Again”.

As far as the lyrics are concerned, Brendan has pushed forward on social issues. I would say that the lyrics on this album and Henning Mankell’s crime books are the two sides of a coin. The fall of the Welfare State is present on every Wallander enquiry. Brendan is not as raw as Mankell, but, in the end, they are talking about the same subjects.

21st Century Loser” is already a critically acclaimed album. Now it's time for the fans to decide if they support the evolution of the band.


Tracklist:

01. Emigrate 4:06
02. Raise Your Hand 2:28
03. ‘Til the Dead Come Alive 3.06
04. At the End of the world 3:43
05. Walking into Doors 5:00
06. Banquet for Dreamers 2:50
07. 21st Century Loser 2:56
08. Live for Today 3:45
09. City of Tragedy 5:40
10. All that Remains 3:45
11. We’ll Rise Again 3:53
12. 21st Century Loster pt. II 1:25

http://www.sirreg.se
http://www.facebook.com/sirregband
https://twitter.com/sirregband

Click to buy:

http://www.hepcat.se/index.php?cPath=1_33_10185

Review by Kinksmarkham


FREE DOWNLOAD - AMERICAN THREAD "Killing Days" (2013)

American thread are a 4 piece Rock/Americana band from Boston MA.Their record, "Killing Days", can be listened to / downloaded for free at Bandcamp. Check them out, especially their song "Drink for the Damned".

http://www.americanthreadband.com
http://www.facebook.com/AmericanThread

American Thread is a rock and roll band founded by Guitarist/Singer Brendan Ahern and Drummer Geoff Downing in 2012. Based out of Boston, American Thread just released their first Album "Killing Days" at Proofbox Studios in Somerville with Producer/multi instrumentalist Steve Mayone.

"Killing Days" blends influences from Bruce Springsteen to The Pogues and focuses on themes seen often in the Northeast from the plight of commercial fishermen to observations one can make in any bar around Boston.

The band is filled out by the Taggart brothers, Mike Taggart on lead guitar and Gary Taggart on Bass.


DOWNLOAD (name your price):

http://americanthread.bandcamp.com



Wednesday, April 3, 2013

REVIEW - THE LAGAN "Where's Your Messiah Now?" (2013)

The Lagan "Where's Your Messiah Now" Banquet Records KT1-038
Release date: 17 March 2013
Running time: 36:19, 10 tracks


The long awaited debut album by The Lagan (fiddle, tin whistle, ukulele, guitar, bass and drums) was released last St. Patrick’s Day and charted at #3 in the UK Record Store Album Charts. The 10 songs on “Where’s Your Messiah Now?” can be divided into three groups: those previously released on the ”Work Away” EP, the new original songs and some trad. numbers.

Regarding the “old” songs, the new arrangements on “Work Away” and, particularly, on “Sunny Day in Southie” have given them a new lease of life.

As far as the  “new”  songs  are concerned “Staring the Devil in the Eye” and “Sailin’ East” are awesome numbers in the classic Celtic punk vein. The former is more “epic” and the latter is the bastard son of Dropkick Murphys and the Levellers. On the other hand, “Same Shite, Different Night”, a kick-ass song,  is in tune with the new wave of English Celtic punk/pirate bands.

When I first saw the tracklist I felt that “The Good Ship Lagan” could be a cover of Planxty’s “The Good Ship Kangaroo”. However, I was wrong. In fact, The Lagan have written their own lyrics to the classic “Drunken Sailor”. This song, together with their rendition of “Star of the Co. Down”, shows the Caribbean side of the band. “The Good Ship Lagan” has a ska beat and “Star of the County Down” is a reggae that turns into a ska number.

Where’s Your Messiah Now?” is a labour of love. Great digipack package and amazing artwork. As they state on the liner notes, this is their first album, and those words are something they never really expected to say.  They explain that this was their first set and the first songs they wrote. There is a good balance between their Celtic punk end and their Celtic ska end. However, taking into account that their own material is really strong,  I would have given more weight  to the self-penned songs  and recorded less traditional material. Anyway, “Where’s Your Messiah” is a highly recommendable album.


Tracklist:

1. Staring The Devil In The Eye 4:05
2. Sailin' East 2:56
3. Work Away 3:56
4. Star Of The County Down 4:02
5. Guinness 'n' Chips 2:51
6. Sunny Day In Southie 3:57
7. I'll Tell Me Ma 2:12
8. The Good Ship Lagan 4:37
9. Same Shite, Different Night 2:59
10. The Fields Of Athenry 4:39

http://www.thelagan.co.uk
https://www.facebook.com/TheLagan
https://soundcloud.com/the-lagan
http://thelagan.bandcamp.com/album/wheres-your-messiah-now
https://twitter.com/thelagan

Click to buy:

http://www.banquetrecords.com/KT1-038

Review by Kinksmarkham


Tuesday, April 2, 2013

BAND OF THE MONTH - BLACKEYED DEMPSEYS

The band of April 2013 hails from Sacramento, California: BlackEyed Dempseys.

The review of their album will be posted soon. Stay tuned.


Jamie Hill - Lead guitar, vocals
Moe Crummett - Guitar, vocals
Keith Jukes - Acordion, vocals
Quinn Brentson - Bass, vocals
Josh Wagner - Drums, percussion, vocals
Mark Repking - Tenor banjo, mandolin, vocals


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