Opening with the sweet sound of bird song, this single beautifully evolves into an intriguing tapestry of melody and emotion.
The legendary Cork bands new single ‘High Rise, Low Rise’ is a shimmering, hook-filled melody with a balmy 90s dream-pop sound.
Recorded in Kitten Lane Studio’s and co-produced by the band themselves Ring a Rosie is wrapped in mariachi horns, jagged guitar chords and a rubbery rhythm section. This catchy, well written, jubilant fight between mariachi and ska is complemented by Sean McDonnell’s signature raw vocals that hook you into a singsong melody.
Cork group Elbé is the brainchild of singer-songwriter Seamus Allen, who after combining forces with Nora Frederich’s intuitive, groove-based drumming and Kieran Fitzgerald’s melodic bass lines have created their own impressive sound and identity.
Since its founding in 2005, Cork label ‘Forever In Financial Arrears’ or FIFA Records as it is more commonly known have continuously worked with exciting creative Irish talent (Fight Like Apes, One Morning in August, The Vincent(s)Hope is Noise.) as well as releasing material from established names on the Irish indie scene like The Frank & Walters, Emperor of Ice Cream, August Wells, Power of Dreams and Whipping Boy.
Cork group Pontious Pilate and The Naildrivers, have been writing, performing and independently releasing their own music for a number of years, to an ever-growing and loyal audience. Having shared the stage with The Undertones, Bad Manners, The Skatalites, The Beat and The Selecter. The group have returned with their latest single Own Your Spectrum
After a 25-year hiatus, Emperor Of Ice-cream reunited in 2020, for the release of their debut album No Sound Ever Dies. Since then the legendary Cork band has not only taken the indie charts by storm (going straight to number 1) but has created a renewed demand for their indie-rock discography.
After the successful release of Anna Mitchell feat Some Rise Some Fall’s stunning cover of Funny Time of Year in January, the independent collective Some Rise Some Fall are set to unveil their eagerly awaited new album No Simple Highway on February 26th. Featuring renditions of re-inspired songs from the likes of Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter, Joanna Newsom, Beth Gibbons, Jimmy LaFave, Eilen Jewell, Country Joe McDonald. Roy Wood, Greg Trooper, David Ball,... Continue Reading →
SomeRiseSomeFall is an eclectic community of artists and creatives who have come together to reinterpret and reimagine a collection of tracks varying from The Grateful Dead to Beth Gibbons. They have pulled together a wide range of musicians including John Blek, Rowan, Anna Mitchell, Kevin Herron, Marlene Enright and producer Brian Casey, videographer Allie Glynn... Continue Reading →