PHILIP CHEVRON

 

PHILIP CHEVRON was previously lead singer, guitarist and songwriter with the RADIATORS (From Space), whose second album, the 1978 recorded “GHOSTOWN” is now widely acceptable as the finest record ever made by an Irish band. He has also composed two musicals for the Dublin Theater Festival, most notably the 1979 hit production “The HAPENNY PLACE”. But he began his career in 1995, when, straight from school, he produced an album of Brecht/Weill songs for Berlin-born AGNES BERNELLE. His love of the Berlin  and Munich Cabaret  and Theater songs of the ’20’s and ’30’s persisted throughout his five years with Radiators (his record collection now includes almost 100 LPs of the genre, most of them extremely rare) but it has taken up until now for him to finally agree to commit his own interpretations to vinyl.

 

Philip Chevron-Songs From Bills Dance Hall

 Tracklist
A1 Song Of Mandalay 2:14
A2 Liquor Dealer’s Dream 4:07
A3 Song Of The Big Shot 0:59
B1 Bilbao Song 5:49
B2 In Our Childhood’s Bright Endeavour 0:55

OK HUH

OK HUH

OK HUH is a 23 year old AI Humanoid Singer. Who sings in a pristine voice the song entitled Resolution A very commercial Pop Song about New Year’s Eve Celebration.

OK HUH the incredible opportunity to work with a great song to create a more meaningful and expressive immersive musical experiences”all about New Year’s Eve Celebration.

Resolution features the down home flavor of classic Pop/Raggae music mixed with the gravitas of young lovers wishing to celebrate the New Year alone.

Music being one of the most uniquely trans-formative mediums of expression combining with immersive voice Synthesizing creating a new art form which is exponentially more powerful than the sum of its parts, and has been described as, the sound of tomorrow today.

Niall MacMahon

Niall

The singer and songwriter of soul music known as Niall MacMahon has released his latest official single, “Sold Out on Love.” The track has been proudly published on the Mosa Records independent music label, which has been home to such artists as the Vandal, Ray Morrison, Germaine Johnson, and South East Side. A blend of blues, rock and soul played way down deep in the groove, “Sold Out on Love” by Niall MacMahon is the latest example of Europe’s part in the continuing blues tradition.

The Vandal – PYRO

PYRO

‘The Vandal’ is a one man show that SPITS his life, his FEELINGS, his FEARS and his HEART out in his songs. An honest rapper with nothing to lose and everything to gain, he’s only in it for the music, and is long way away from fast cars and money. His music is real and has been sculpted to showcase something that is unique to Scotland, the sound of a raw American ghetto rapper, with the lyrics of an award winning story teller” > LOOK OUT.

Ray Morrison – I Want To Live

“Morrison’s range of voice is stunning-from the deep drumbeat of true grit to the high-pitched timbre of irretrievable loss. Here is a landscape of the human condition, fully realized. Often harsh, often heartbreakingly poignant, Morrison’s characters grasp for the small truths in their lives, some coming up empty-handed, others given that one shot at redemption. A magnificent, kaleidoscopic view of the extraordinary nature of ordinary lives, rendered in lucid, pitch-perfect prose.

Shocking Stockings

Shocking Stockings

Shocking Stockings (originally Niall-on & the Shocking Stockings) were a post-punk new-wave band. Their “ironic” repertoire of pastiches varied from Reggae through Funk and Disco to Rock – a kind of early prequel to a Scissor Sisters/Darkness cross. Typically there was a seam of humorous political and social commentary in the lyrical content.

Shocking Stockings released the single RED CHINA on the Carrere Record label. This was a remix by Philip Chevron taken from the album NYLON (which may be rereleased by Mosa Records). The track PLASTIC ROCK has been renamed OBAMA ROCKS by the bands former record company MOSA RECORDS and released as a download only single.

SHOCKING STOCKINGS were:
Niall MacMahon ………guitars and vocals
Bree MacMahon ……….vocals
Dave Bourke …………….bass guitar
Terry O’Sullivan ………drums