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SULLIVAN AND GOLD

Heartstrong, acoustic-based duo from County Derry, Northern Ireland. For fans of Bombay Bicycle Club, Iron & Wine and Fleet Foxes
Sullivan & Gold release their new album on Smalltown America, ‘For Foes’ in the UK and Ireland on November 25th, 2013. Sullivan & Gold is the pen name of Adam Montgomery (Bass/Guitar/Vocals) and Ben Robinson (Piano/Guitar/Vocals) who both hail from Co. Derry, Northern Ireland.

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The Blizzards

There is more than one artist with this name: 1 The Blizzards are an Irish band from Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland formed in 2003. The band is made up of Niall Breslin (Lead vocals & guitar), Justin Ryan (Lead guitar), Dec Murphy (Drums), Anthony Doran (Bass) and Aidan Lynch (Keyboards and acoustic guitar). They performed one song described as Ska but claim they are not a Ska-Pop band (recent radio interview).

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Jape

Jape is the alter-ego of Redneck Manifesto member Richie Egan. Hailing from Crumlin, Dublin 12, he purveys an electronica-heavy music tinged with 'stoner folk'. Jape's most renowned song 'Floating' has been covered by The Raconteurs and The Mighty Stef, to name a few. His debut album 'Cosmosphere' was released in 2003 (Volta Records), followed by 2004's 'The Monkeys In The Zoo Have More Fun Than Me' (Trust Me I'm A Thief).

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I'll eat your face

I'll Eat Your Face is a two-man grinding party-pack from Cork city, Ireland. THE BOY handles the guitar and shouts while BARRYTRON hits the drums and does the count-ins before each song. Their influences are grounded mainly in beer, telly and a shared dislike of not having both to hand at all times. Songs are fast and mainly deal with fat women, wasps and various other abnormal spewage from the diseased brains of the two simpletons. Gigs in January with Evolution of a Sun, DJ Scotch Egg and Sylvan.

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