Happy Friday music lovers! Welcome to another ‘Best of Bandcamp’ feature where the Raggedcast crew have handpicked a few brilliant, new tracks from Irish artists for you to check out. Happy listening!
Brí - ‘In My Head’
First up, we have Offaly singer-songwriter Brí, whose recent tracks have been right up there in terms of our favourites. Her latest track ‘In My Head‘ is a beautiful, haunting tune that showcases Brí’s brilliant vocal as well as her songwriting prowess. The video released alongside the track is a suitable brilliant visual experience, in tune with the track itself. Be sure to check it out!
Brí’s album ‘Hide’ is due out later this year so keep an eye out for that too! She recently featured on our Raggedchats Podcast where she talked about it. You can check that out on our podcast section!
Magnatech - ‘Surferi'je’
Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, Magnatech produces original instrumental music with a distinct surfy vibe that you just can’t help but love. ‘Surferi’je’ is the first track on their new album ‘Introducing. . .’ and it’s a brilliantly laid back yet upbeat tune that just keeps you coming back for more. Be sure to check it out!
Enola Gay - ‘Salt’
The brilliant Enola Gay are back with their latest track ‘Salt’. Continuing down the punk rock, ant-establishment route, Enola Gay’s latest track takes aim at Brexit, spitting at the current political landscape, those who have led to it, while also swinging for UK media outlets for promoting a false pitch for Brexit and incompetence within the government. Recorded with Chris W Ryan (NewDad/Just Mustard/Robocobra Quartet), this track follows Enola Gay’s BBC 6Music, Radio X, and Sirius XM Playlisting and performances at Eurosonic and SXSW. Be sure to check it out!
So that's it for another week. Be sure to keep an eye on our news section for all the latest music news, and check out our latest podcasts and radio shows too! Until next time!