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Declan O’Rourke

Irish songwriter Declan O’Rourke divided his formative years between Australia and his indigenous Dublin, honing his craft as an expatriate and growing his professional career upon his come back in his early twenties. Something from the folk-rock busking custom that created Damien Dempsey, Mundy, and Paddy Casey, under whom O’Rourke …

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Bell X1

Second and then U2 mainly because Ireland’s most widely used rock-band, Bell X1 crafts a good, melodic pop audio that calls in your thoughts pre-electronic Radiohead as well as the even more sedate part of Coldplay. Having documented albums with famous brands Nick Seymour (Packed Home) and Roger Béchirian (Elvis …

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Mick Flannery

Using a gravelly voice and a song aesthetic that draws from American folk, rock and roll, and Irish standard forms alike, Mick Flannery burst onto the scene in 2005 after a stint being a stone mason in his native Blarney, aswell as time spent touring America’s clubs and honing his …

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Fight Like Apes

Combat Like Apes certainly are a synth pop/choice rock group shaped in Dublin, Ireland, in 2006. Acquiring influence from resources as different as alt-rock luminaries Pixies, Welsh underground punk legends Mclusky, as well as the short-lived teenager sitcom California Dreams, Battle Like Apes’ music is definitely described by sharply distorted …

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