Introducing: Cfit – ‘Throwaway Survival Machine’

CFIT is an aviation term standing for ‘Controlled Flight Into Terrain’. It’s an apt name for a band whose music lifts you up and crashes you without you realising.

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The Donal Quinn Interview

Irish singer/songwriter Donal Quinn is a very interesting man.

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Introducing: Conor Dardis – ‘The 51 From Station Road’

Conor Dardis is proof enough that you can take the boy out of Dublin but you can’t take Dublin out of the boy.

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Donal Quinn – ‘Don’t Say’

Irish singer/songwriter Donal Quinn has come up with a really punchy foot tapper in ‘Don’t Say’.

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Jedward – ‘Leave A Mark’

Following on from their icon-filled video, Jedward’s new track, ‘Leave A Mark’ has been released today, with both lyric and instrumental versions available.

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Penrose – ‘Live For the Dream’

The debut album of Dublin quartet Penrose borrows heavily from those who’ve gone before – this is by no means a bad thing.

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Introducing: Penrose

Dublin band Penrose are a solid Indie Rock/Pop band with a great debut album.

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JUPE – ‘Rocket’

Dublin five piece JUPE formed in late 2006 when Tim Knight, who had been performing solo gigs as a singer-songwriter throughout Dublin, advertised online for interest in forming a band.

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Jedward – ‘Oh Hell No’

‘Oh Hell No’, the official Sharknado 3 theme song by Jedward is now available to download worldwide from iTunes, Amazon, 7 Digital, HMV Digital, and Google Play.

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We Talk to The Rising

The Rising, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, dropped into London the other week for a gig.

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Jedward Reveal New Music Video ‘Oh Hell No!’

John and Ed go head to head in their new music video. Oh Hell No!

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Oh Hell No! Jedward Set to Take the World by Storm!

John and Edward have a lot coming up – Oh Hell Yes!

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The Rising – ‘Calling You’

The new single from The Rising, ‘Calling You’, is New Irish Country at its best – the perfect blend of pop, rock, and of course country.

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The Corrs: Talk on Corners

The Corrs released their second album, “Talk on Corners” in Ireland in late 1997, following it up with a US release in April 1998.

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Our Favourite Irish Acts!

Have you seen Essentially Pop Magazine yet?

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Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Happy St Patrick’s Day! Check out our top 17 Irish tunes for today!

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