Flogging Molly: Speed of Darkness

Flogging Molly's new album, Speed of Darkness, will be released on May 31st via their own record label, Borstal Beat Records. The new album has more of a American rock musical sound than the seminal Celtic punk band's previous efforts, and subsequently hasn't quite captured my affection as intensely as when I first heard Swagger... Continue Reading →

Flogging Molly: Float

Flogging Molly is back with Float. The thing I love most about the Irish punk band's music is that Flogging Molly can rock and growl with the best of the Celtic Punks, yet they don't sacrifice substance or melody in order to do so. The structure and components of their songs are hearty enough that... Continue Reading →

Flogging Molly: Float

Flogging Molly is back with Float. The thing I love most about the Irish punk band's music is that Flogging Molly can rock and growl with the best of the Celtic Punks, yet they don't sacrifice substance or melody in order to do so. The structure and components of their songs are hearty enough that... Continue Reading →

Dropkick Murphys: The Meanest Of Times

Dropkick Murphys are back with their sixth full length album, The Meanest Of Times. The new CD features guest vocals by Spider Stacy of The Pogues and Ronnie Drew from The Dubliners. The Murphys are probably the most famous and loudest of the post-Pogues "Celtic punk" bands - followed closely by Flogging Molly and The... Continue Reading →

Dropkick Murphys: The Meanest Of Times

Dropkick Murphys are back with their sixth full length album, The Meanest Of Times. The new CD features guest vocals by Spider Stacy of The Pogues and Ronnie Drew from The Dubliners. The Murphys are probably the most famous and loudest of the post-Pogues "Celtic punk" bands - followed closely by Flogging Molly and The... Continue Reading →

The Tossers: Agony

The Tossers are among the growing number of bands that have been labeled as "Celtic Punk", a genre which also includes The Pogues, Flogging Molly, Darby O'Gill And The Little People, and Dropkick Murphys. Like their musical compatriots, The Tossers incorporate traditional instruments such as mandolin, fiddle, tin whistle and banjo into a modern punk-rock... Continue Reading →

The Tossers: Agony

The Tossers are among the growing number of bands that have been labeled as "Celtic Punk", a genre which also includes The Pogues, Flogging Molly, Darby O'Gill And The Little People, and Dropkick Murphys. Like their musical compatriots, The Tossers incorporate traditional instruments such as mandolin, fiddle, tin whistle and banjo into a modern punk-rock... Continue Reading →

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