Eileen Gogan And The Instructions: ‘Under Moving Skies’ Calls To Mind Other Irish Artists But That’s Not A Bad Thing

When you hear the lyrics of ‘More Time’, the first track on Eileen Gogan And The Instructions new album, ‘Under Moving Skies’, you know it’s by an Irish artist. Sure, you might argue, Eileen Gogan’s very name is a bit of a give away, but I think it goes further than that. There’s a certain melancholy to Irish music; you’ll hear it in The Cranberries, The Corrs, U2 – even more recent Irish artists such as Inhaler, Jedward, Columbia Mills, and Robert O’Connor have it. Kodaline has it. And Eileen Gogan has it in spades.

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‘Jupiter Calling’ – The Corrs Out Nov 10th With Royal Albert Hall Celebration 19 October

The Corrs return on November 10 with their new album, ‘Jupiter Calling’, on East West Records. Produced by T-Bone Burnett, who recently worked on Imelda May’s album, ‘Life. Love. Flesh. Blood’, the sibling band will return to The Royal Albert Hall, London, on 19 October, in celebration of the album.

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Ummagma’s ‘Frequency’ Is a Space Pop Dream

Released today, ‘Frequency’, the debut EP of Canadian/Ukrainian duo Ummagma, is a professional and polished work, dreamy and ethereal and lovely all at once. …

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Essentially Pop Meets the Germein Sisters!

The Germein Sisters are a trio of singers from South Australia. Growing up in the Adelaide Hills surrounded by a loving family who encouraged them to follow their dreams, they are totally down to earth and completely well adjusted, with a very bright future ahead of them.

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Introducing: The Germein Sisters

Australian folk pop band the Germein Sisters have been compared favourably to Haim, The Corrs, and First Aid Street.

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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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Happy St Patrick’s Day! Our Favourite Irish Acts

Yes it’s that time of year again, when everyone suddenly discovers their Irish ancestry and declares that they’ve always loved a Guinness. We at EP are no different, so we thought we’d celebrate the occasion with a look at our favourite Irish pop stars.

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