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The Awesome List includes organisations, communities and people that are supporting and advocating for women and girls in the music industry and beyond. This list is by no means complete, just somewhere to start. Listed below in alphabetical order, each entry is hyperlinked so you can easily access the ones that pique your interest… Aidlink […]

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CVGES Release Irish Adaptation of Chris Isaaks ‘Wicked Game’

Philadelphia based band CVGES release their second single ‘Cluiche Gránna‘ from their forthcoming EP ‘The Parting Gift’. ‘Cluiche Gránna’ is an adaptation as Gaeilge of ‘Wicked Game’ written by Chris Isaak. Arranged by Sarah Sylvia, the song is performed on cello and piano providing an ethereal take on the original. Although there may be a language barrier for […]

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Dorja – Far Gone

Following the release of their debut EP Target Practice earlier this year and two UK tours, Dorja return with new single Far Gone. The track opens with filthy guitar riffs followed by a heavy drum beat. The vocals ease in at the verse and as the chorus hits, lead singer Aiym Almas’ passionate and biting […]

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Montauk Hotel – Sense of Place

‘Sense of Place’ is Dublin four piece, Montauk Hotel’s second release from their self titled debut EP. Heavily influenced by 80’s pop, their sound is familiar, however the band succeed in making it their own by adding a catchy, indie-pop twist. Most notably in ‘Sense of Place’, their creativity shines through with melodic guitar hooks […]

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Wyvern Lingo Release Video For I Love You, Sadie

Bray trio, Wyvern Lingo release the official video for single, I Love You, Sadie. The video is quirky and colourful making it clear that director and animator Louise Gaffney truly understands the band’s image. Having presented a more refined sound on ‘Letter to Willow’, ‘I Love You, Sadie’ follows suit, solidifying the trio’s musical direction. With […]