Following another fab year in music, Rachel picks her top tracks of 2017 2017 was another strong year in Irish music and while we’re already looking forward to 2018, in this show on 8radio.com, Rachel looked back at her top tracks of 2017. Emma Langford – Closed Book Marlene Enright – 123 Aine Cahill – […] The post Rachel’s Top Tracks of 2017 appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Rachel reviews Otherkin Ok – one of the most exciting Irish bands of the moment Rachel reviews Otherkin Ok, the brand new album from one of her favourite Irish bands of the moment. Long time fans and champions of Otherkin here at Ceol Caint, having previously reviewed single ‘I Was Born’, EP ‘The New Vice‘ and […] The post Ceol Review: Otherkin OK appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Lofty takes a look at the new Maria Doyle Kennedy album Lofty reviews the new Maria Doyle Kennedy album which he calls both confident and compelling. Read the full review below. The self-titled album from Maria Doyle Kennedy is a work of a confident artist which sees her questioning and challenging many of the injustices […] The post Lofty Reviews: new Maria Doyle Kennedy album appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Rubberbandits ‘Sonny’ takes a serious look at suicide and mental health issues in Ireland The Rubberbandits released their new single and accompanying video ‘Sonny’. It holds a hugely important and quite simple mental health message “don’t hang yourself, you mean the world to someone”. The men with bags over their faces are the ones making […] The post Rubberbandits ‘Sonny’ has important mental health message appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Brand new music video from The Hot Sprockets – Right Spots The Hot Sprockets have released their brand new video for their single ‘Right Spots’. Right Spots was unleashed to the world in May 2017 and is the first single of the Sprockets third album. As ever with this playful tribe, the video is an eclectic fusion […] The post Ceol Nua: The Hot Sprockets – Right Spots (Official Video) appeared first on Ceol Caint.