Album Review: Paul Brady – Unfinished Business

Paul Brady is an Irish singer-songwriter who is known across the land for a variety of roles within a series of bands, musical projects and solo ventures since the early 1960s. With more than 50 years of experience within the music industry it is little wonder that golden songs seem to burst forth from his fingertips as he creates soulful melodies with rich infusions of a wealth of genres.

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Album Review: Martin Simpson – Trails & Tribulations

Acoustic singer-songwriter Martin Simpson has a rather healthy back catalogue of music and yet you will always find a smile playing across your lips when you hear that he has scheduled another release. This year see’s the release of his latest album Trails and Tribulations, a soothing and tender collection of songs that will wash you in a warming, golden glow.

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Album Review: Gogol Bordello – Seekers and Finders

Gogol Bordello have always described themselves as being gypsy punk and nothing could describe them better. Having formed 18 years ago in the lower East side of Manhattan the band have become widely known for their raucous and playful music, theatrical stage shows, their constant touring and several film performances and scores. Despite their ceaseless touring it has actually been four years since their last release and fans have been clamouring the world over for their next endeavour.

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Album Review: Daniel Nestlerode – Almost Home

It has been just over two years since Daniel Nestlerode’s debut album More Than a Little Guitar hit the shelves and clearly the time between then and now has been spent in the careful composition of his eagerly anticipated follow-up album Almost Home which is now finally readily available for purchase across the lands.

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