Next Up

Next up: I will be launching None of That: A Black Books Podcast

12 Oct 2017

Journaling the Month: September 2017

A pretty quiet month all told - mostly promo work, this time in Dublin's RDS as well as gigs in Belfast.

2 Oct 2017

The Fallacy of Britpop's 'Big Four' Revisionism.

Britpop was a glorious era for British and Irish music, when bands from almost every major city in the country were generating enough groundswell to rack up Top 20 and even Top 10 hits regularly, and many of them replicating their home shores success worldwide.

12 Sep 2017

Journaling the Month: August 2017

𝔄ugust is a strange month in this industry. Many practitioners dedicate the whole month to the Edinburgh Festivals, or it is the unofficial break before the September - December Christmas rush.

27 Aug 2017

The lead single: can it sink an anticipated album before it's even dropped?

𝕴've been blogging a lot this summer about Arcade Fire's lead single from Everything Now. It's an instantly-catchy, room-grabbing hit. (Or it would have been, if radio had picked it up - I still think it'll be an indie party classic for years). But it was a strong lead single, something which seems to be a rarity, or a fluke for albums over the years. Why do artists/record labels have such a hard time picking a lead single?

26 Aug 2017

Find me through Nova Artists (For Northern Ireland) and National Talent Agency (Ireland)

𝕴 am delighted to announce I have secured representation in both markets in Ireland this week, with these representatives handling all my bookings for stage, screen and voice.