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Oh Boland, Me And My Dog - Delphi (Cassette, Album)



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  2. Sep 18,  · our album of the week is from one of my favorite new bands to me of Oh Boland. Next stop on their tour is Pittsburgh. Just make damn sure you add these guys to your playlists, Great stuff Irish scum-pop trio Oh Boland.
  3. Were gettin' me mangled up But then I looked in your eyes And I was no more a failure You looked so wacky and wise And I said, lord I'm happy 'Cause I'm just a walkin' my dog Singin' my song Strollin' along It's just me and my dog Catchin' some sun We can't go wrong 'Cause I don't care 'bout your hatin' and your doubt And I don't care what the.
  4. Here Come The Elders! by Ghost Office, released 13 July
  5. A Litany Of Failures: Volume II is an eighteen track compilation of new music by independent bands from across Ireland. Aimed at providing a diverse document of music from around the country, the compilation features new tracks from bands based in Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Donegal and Derry.
  6. But What Has That Done To The Scores? by So Cow, released 17 April 1. The Other Chord 2. Auto Scan 3. The Longer Weekend 4. Siege Of Ennis MP3 5. Exercise 6. Desertion 7. FM 8. Eight Rounds 9. Now That I Am 37 Remember The Women Of Belgium King, Cawdor, Glamis, Etc. Acknowledgement Music, words and recording by Brian Kelly.
  7. Nov 10,  · Oh Boland, Spilt Milk (Volar) Cool hard-edged garage pop trio out of Taum, Galway Ireland; with a pair of digital EPs and a split cassette with Me and My Dog under their belt, this appears to be their vinyl debut. Kicking up enough racket to satisfy Castle Face and Goner fans as the high quality, riffy songs secured them a shared bill with the.
  8. The band eventually recorded a couple of EPs with Brian Kelly of So Cow, and began venturing out into Galway City, leading to involvement with Dublin-based collective Popical Island and their release of the Delphi split LP with fellow Ireland indie-poppers Me and My Dog. The Delphi recordings brought them together with producer MARK CHESTER.
  9. Popical Island. Dublin, Ireland. Bockety POP collective out of Dublin, Ireland.