TADGH – Worry

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Shane ‘TADGH’ Nolan has been grafting all his life to make headway in music and get his unmistakable talent heard. It sounds like such a simple thing, good music will always be picked up, they tend to say, sadly that is never the case. Becoming successful in music these days is all about talent, personality, graft and most importantly a bit of oul luck. ‘TADGH’ has the first three traits needed and is just waiting for that bit of luck to get him over the line. I’ve known this fella a long time and he has always been adamant in his quest to become a key musician in the Irish scene – he is edging closer and closer to his lofty goals.

A couple of years ago Nolan struck the mark with his brilliant ‘OkayLove’ release and received rave reviews from the likes of ‘HotPress Magazine and ‘Nialler9 – big…

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Little Comets – The Sneeze

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Rewind to Circa 2010 – Glastonbury’s introducing stage – you will find a young ripe Little Comets belting out ‘Joanna’ on the newly formed BBC Three repeat show. This is where I first came across these North Eastern U.K band in all their glory. Back then they were signed and swiftly left ‘Columbia Records’ due to the fact their originality was being altered and their sound not viable for the mainstream audiences. Music is a tricky enough game to make it in, these guys have stood the test and are still putting out some pretty interesting sounds. I had the privilege of seeing them in all their glory a couple of years ago in the O2 Academy in Oxford. ‘The Sneeze’ is the new one from them released this week and it’s worth a listen – feel good music. I love Little Comet’s style, very unique, with great harmonies and…

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