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8Radio:A Cuppa With Rachel Masterson & Hendrick Lane

Join Rachel on 8radio.com this week for a Hendrick Lane interview plus loads of great music In this episode, Rachel catches up with epic Irish hip hop duo Henrick Lane. They discuss all things music, being the next big thing and starting a T-Shirt company just incase it all goes wrong. Music from: Body Dalle […] The post 8Radio:A Cuppa With Rachel Masterson & Hendrick Lane appeared first on Ceol Caint.

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Rachel’s Top Tracks of 2017

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.

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Angela Reviews: Other Voices – Áine Cahill and Perfume Genius

Angela Hughes had an incredible weekend in Dingle, in this review she tells us about Other Voices – Áine Cahill and Perfume Genius Driving the road from Dublin to Dingle in December does not bring delight to many, but this is no ordinary journey. I am heading down for Other Voices; a music festival held in […] The post Angela Reviews: Other Voices – Áine Cahill and Perfume Genius appeared first on Ceol Caint.

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Ceol Review: Emma Langford Quiet Giant

Emma Langford Quiet Giant is a gift to music lovers Emma Langford Quiet Giant is the brand new, debut album from the Limerick songstress. It’s an incredible offering of ten stunning tracks, each equally as beautiful as the next. We loved it so much so that in a Ceol Caint first, both Rachel and Lofty […] The post Ceol Review: Emma Langford Quiet Giant appeared first on Ceol Caint.

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Why You Should Take Your Demos Seriously

The Vital Importance of The Modern Demo – Why You Should Take Your Demos Seriously Paul McCartney learned production from the great George Martin. Australian rock legend Lobby Lloyd (The Coloured Balls) was taught production by Paul McCartney. My father David Virgin, producer of the early SPK records (cited influence of The Prodigy & Nine […] The post Why You Should Take Your Demos Seriously appeared first on Ceol Caint.

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