The sakura are ‘In Bloom’ with Julia Mascetti’s new E.P.

From the U.K to Japan; harpist and vocalist Julia Mascetti has given a hint of what's to be expected from her upcoming E.P. In Distance, Everything Is Poetry. The track 'In Bloom' gives us a taste of what's in store in Julia's upcoming E.P. in the form of a dark, fantastical soundscape. 'In Bloom' presents us... Continue Reading →

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Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla Reissue ‘Gaodhal’s Vision’

https://soundcloud.com/shkayla/poets-storytellers Irish celtic-rock violinist, Joe O'Donnell, and his band Shkayla are reissuing their classic album, Gaodhal's Vision, in celebration of its 40th anniversary. As someone who has strong Irish roots, going back in lineage to the people who originally brought St. Patrick to Ireland, Joe feels strongly about the heritage of his country and this is... Continue Reading →

Richard Rhys O’Brien’s Debut Album Made Available Online for All Music Lovers Worldwide

Richard Rhys O’Brien’s debut album is now made available online for all music lovers worldwide. “I Know A Little Place” is an album full of inspirational songs, fun lyrics and great musical arrangement that audiences around the world would surely love to include in their playlist. Listen to the album here: http://richardrhysobrien.com/albums/iknowalittleplace/ Richard Rhys O’Brien... Continue Reading →

Interview: Kelly Oliver

Having only started gigging in May last year, folk singer-songwriter Kelly Oliver has made quite an impact. Within months of starting she found herself invited to open Folkstock Festival before, incredibly, bagging herself a spot at the prestigious Cambridge Folk Festival. It marks a mighty rise for someone who has been on the circuit for... Continue Reading →

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