Félim Showcase at Whelan’s Dublin

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Thank you to IndependentMusicReview.Com for this fantastic review of Félim’s showcase gig at Whelan’s Dublin.

Venue: Whelan’s Upstairs
Date 19th July 2023
Act: Félim, with special guest, Neolithic

Upstairs in Whelan’s was thronged for Wednesday night’s showcase of new Dublin five-piece band, Félim and their special guest, Neolithic.
The first act of the night was a man with a musical soul, Neolithic (Neo Morake). He took to the stage and treated the crowd to his spin on Chris Isaak’s Wicked Game. This was a refreshing and energetic take on the popular lament, it served well to warm the crowd up. Neolithic then launched into captivating original music from his latest LP release – The Life of Nene, with the charisma and ease of a born performer, introducing the crowd to his brand of indie-based, alternative hip-hop, effortlessly floating soulful and dynamic vocals over jazz harmonies and hip hop grooves. Down on Me & Lady Put It On Me were particularly infectious and heads were bobbing in unison across the room from start to finish.


Next up, with the gig to launch their debut release, to a well-warmed-up audience, the main act who are the real deal. Shane Felton on drums and Gavin Campbell on bass took to the stage and launched into an infectious, foot-stomping groove. The remaining three members of Félim joined their bandmates on stage and to announce their arrival on the Irish music scene, they delivered an upbeat indie-rock stomper reminiscent of Arcade Fire or the Killers in their prime. Their opening track Hailstorm is custom-built for stadia tours, full of big energy, drum rolls and catchy riffs. They followed this up with wall-to-wall foot-tappers, the front four of Félim are all singers as well as instrumentalists, their vocal harmonies are electric, like their voices were made to blend together. Grace Barry (vocals and percussion) Aido Mac (Lead vocals/Guitar) and Ste O’Grady (Fiddle/ Vocals/Guitar) work seamlessly together and with their fellow band mates, anticipating each other musically. When they played their debut single, Casino the crowd went wild, support is growing quickly for this new act. Another highlight was My Oh My which features a trad fiddle solo over a heavy rock groove. The only break in tempo was for the B-side of their current release – Foolish Things – an old-school, anthemic rock ballad in the Oasis vein with an extremely catchy chorus. Félim served up nearly ninety minutes of original music and kept the crowd dancing for the whole night.This is a feat most acts can’t manage after three LP releases. Félim played no covers and took no prisoners, this band have arrived on the scene with a powerful statement. Get used to hearing their name because they are Here To Stay, which incidentally is the name of their upcoming single release.

Magpie Murders on PBS

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Check out the thrilling murder mystery Magpie Murders broadcasting this week on PBS. Editor Susan Ryeland gets drawn into a web of intrigue and murder when she receives Alan Conway’s unfinished manuscript of an Atticus Pünd mystery. Based on the best selling book by Anthony Horowitz.

Music Supervision & Licensing: RMR Music

Director: Peter Cataneo

Producers: Suzanne McAuley

Production Company: Eleventh Hour Films



MacSwiney’s Free – Pat Waters

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Remember Me Records are excited to announce the worldwide release of MacSwiney’s Free from the unforgettable songsmith Pat Waters. In his new LP Republic Day, Pat has crafted a folk album rich with history, poetry and emotion, his deep voice, acoustic guitar and orchestral accompaniment tell us stories of the great men and women who shaped Irish history.
The release MacSwiney’s Free will commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the death of Terence MacSwiney, former Lord Mayor of Cork.
Republic Day will be available to buy on CD and to stream from all major digital platforms from 20th October 2020.

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MacSwiney's Free Album Cover

Back Home – Aido Mac

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RMR Music are proud and excited to announce the international debut single Back Home from Irish Artist Aido Mac. Back Home is an upbeat pop single laced with catchy hooks, great lyrics and a foot tapping groove. Aido is a prolific songwriter with a golden voice who has established himself ‘one of the most compelling emerging singer-songwriters on the Irish live scene…The feel-good track – which has been included on this week’s RTÉ Radio 1 Recommends list – blurs the boundaries between upbeat pop and indie-folk, and marks Aido Mac as a star on the rise.’ – Hotpress. Back Home is an instant pop classic for our times. For more information please contact

Back Home – Aido Mac
is available now to stream or download on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Youtube and all major digital platforms worldwide.

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Supervalu GAA TVC

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It was a pleasure to create the music for this campaign and to work with Ana, the creative team at  TBWA\Dublin, Lorraine and the very talented director Matt Houghton from Hinterland Films on this special brief “Where You’re From” for Supervalu showcasing their support and sponsorship for the Official GAA . This campaign features the inspirational Andy Moran, Valerie Mulcahy, Bernard Brogan , Peter Keane and Oisín Kiernan, and shows the pride and motivation derived from representing your community, family and the people who support you. Original music by Owen Brady.

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