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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland New to the AMP Library: Richie Ros - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    need TLC in extra measures like say a romantic scene or film Often his songs are about the strange combination of constant loss of and belief in hope and love Gentle guitars soft drums that build a swell upon which bobs Richie s wistful voice simultaneously soothing and querying suggesting a caring man with a battered but strong heart In the production of his music Richie Ros has had help from the Odlum brothers original members of the band Kila both for the actual production as well as the playing of some instruments David Odlum although mainly nowadays known as a producer of for example Josh Ritter Mundy The Frames plays guitar on the album whereas his brother Karl produces The tracks Strange mentality and To Infinity and Beyond are good places to start for an introduction to Richie music although both carry a weariness they are such contented and happy songs that they are sure to make you smile and shuffle about Listen on the Avant Music Port player Richie Ros Share Post AMP Review Breifne Holohan AMP Wall Paper Blog About Post Author Jeanette Rehnstrom Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a

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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland AMP Review: Breifne Holohan - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    the frenzy Reich often can bring on This is minimal taking over the immensity of sound space creating worlds within worlds and making waves from the slightest breath across the sonic seas What appears are otherworldly landscapes strewn with smoke architecture and flitting equally see through creatures that stop and start just beyond our vision It runs rings around you until you hypnotized and convinced whirl along body and blood It is sea it is space it is peace and complexity in harmony and this is definitely film material Stop on by to have a listen here http musicsearch avantmusicport ie onepage 9c70740389a103b26882edec963ff014 Styles Electronica Modern Classical Ambient Experimental Moods Minimal Reflective Meditative Drone Score Swirling Uplifting Hectic Jazzy Orchestral Eerie Ethereal Wondrous Unusual Nostalgic Alone Mysterious Hypnotic Breifne Holohan Share Post AMP Review Emer Mayock New to the AMP Library Richie Ros About Post Author Jeanette Rehnstrom Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment About us Avant Music Port is an independent music licensing and sonic branding agency We source suitable tracks for a wide variety of contexts from Film Television Advertisement to Websites and everything in between We deal directly with

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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland AMP Review: Emer Mayock - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    and musician Emer s favored instrument is the flute and an instrument which she handles exquisitely but which by no means is the end of her repertoire she also plays for example the Uiellann pipes whistles and the fiddle An abiding interest in the oddly named world music scene has led Emer to collaborate far and wide with indigenous musicians from around Europe North Africa the Middle East India and all the way to China This interest and these collaborations surely somehow tints the Celtic lens through which Emer s compositions emerge and adds a dash spice to her melodious configurations She just as easily delivers Irish traditional music in the vein of melancholy as joy and has easy access to the spectrum in between which makes her music full bodied and fully fledged Stop on by to have a listen here http musicsearch avantmusicport ie onepage ec75a07026782b33b433eb21ce9a91db Styles Irish Traditional Folk Celtic Indie Folk Acoustic Moods Lively Joyful Reflective Stately Glorious 1916 Hardship Ending Hopeful Heroic Exhilarating Serious Laidback Spirited Melancholic Enchanted Loving Chase Optimistic Festive Earthy Poetic Nature Dreamy Strong Flowing Yearning Stirring Inspiring Emer Maycock Share Post AMP Review HAÜER AMP Review Breifne Holohan About Post Author

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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland AMP Review: HAÜER - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    your fly eyes catch colours turning them into sustenance that can be seen coursing through your see through limbs Do make sure you are wearing your shades as you won t be able to go here without them Haüer has been described by Goldplec as the perfect soundtrack to a sci fi daydream and is sure to light your fires if you are into a mainly fast moving cinematic retro synth sound All tracks are instrumental and full of verve and hypnotic spectacle For example the track Helicop brings the drama of slicing and dancing through textured fluids complete with a distant muted space orchestra that speedily thumps right up into your pulse Be warned you might actually turn machine Styles Electronica Ambient Retro Synthwave Moods Cinematic Futuristic Atmospheric Chase Bursting Dramatic Glittering Action Unusual Groovy Hypnotic Ethereal Dark Anxious Droning Abstract Animated Dance Youth Robotic Driving Static Rousing Bouncy Feel Good Trance Hauer Share Post AMP Review Kid Coy Resolute AMP Review Emer Mayock About Post Author Jeanette Rehnstrom Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment About us Avant Music Port is an independent music licensing and sonic branding agency We source

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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland News - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    of Nirvana the distorted guitars and tsunami changes in moods but also a dedicated interest 12 May 2015 AMP Review Pinhole By Jeanette Rehnstrom 0 Comment Blog review New to Music Synch Licensing from Ireland Pinhole Between the Babies and the Birds Behind mirrors and steam Pinhole appears They are here to offer us splendid theatrics to which you can sway slow and ferociously in turns There is an Icelandic pop sound to these guys thoughts meander of into Of Monsters and Men and Sugarcubes territory and maybe Cork from whence the band partly hails in some ways is the Iceland of 05 May 2015 AMP Review Cormac McGrath By Jeanette Rehnstrom 0 Comment Blog review New to Music Synch Licensing in Ireland Cormac McGrath If you are on the lookout for something soaked in the 70s 80s we would send you in the direction of Cormac McGrath s Grooves These are gentle bass driven tracks with soft vocals reminiscent of Cath Carroll to start with and then followed on with pieces peppered with a bits of The The and Human League Cormac s are simple catchy arrangements that seem to float upon the 28 April 2015 AMP Review Houdini By Jeanette Rehnstrom 0 Comment Blog review New to Music Synch Licensing from Ireland Houdini a brand new four piece from Dublin breaks into the music scene with a big sound indeed This is stadium sound par excellence Colder starts off gently but the build up waits close under the skin ready to pounce when given the opportunity The sound on this song is reminiscent of the early sweet heavy metal bands like Whitesnake or Rainbow plenty of attitude but not without reason 21 April 2015 AMP Review Eoghan Scott By Jeanette Rehnstrom 0 Comment Blog review New to Music Synch Licensing in Ireland Eoghan Scott South Circular Stories Flowing through lush landscapes the heady wash of pine resin or recently rain sprinkled summer warm lands filling the speeding car as the dirty windows are lowered everything becomes clear You stick your hand out and let it dance in the water like resistance Eoghan s dulcet tones lead the varied instruments with a comforting steadiness He is soft and accomplished in the way that 14 April 2015 AMP Review Francesca Baines By Jeanette Rehnstrom 0 Comment Blog review New to Music Synch Licensing from Ireland Francesca Baines produces a new age but simultaneously very Irish sound world She squeezes it out of the sunny autumnal glades of a medieval Eire if jazz was around at that time in any case We jump dance and hide and flutter behind fluffed up foliage on this tree clad isle where wild animals still roam safe in their own shadows most of them smiling contently to themselves 12 March 2015 The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Talking to my father By Jeanette Rehnstrom 0 Comment Blog review AMP is really looking forward to Tuesday the 24th of March at the IFI as the launch

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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland AMP Review: Kid Coy “Resolute” - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    for you ready to go The radio friendly Dublin duo Tom Doyle and Dermot O Neill aka Kid Coy had their debut album produced by Karl Odlum The Frames Kila Gemma Hayes etc and even managed to get him to play some bass on the album Each song here is full of sentiment and ambiance and as these revolve around each other they create open spaces loaded with sonic ripples and undulations The Kid Coy mood is compassion and loss in a never ending universe and the colours are kind on your eye similarly to say Aztec Camera although usually with an emphasis on moody rather than danceable In 2014 U and I magazine picked Kid Coy s song Sun God as one of their top ten international singles of the year Styles Alternative Rock Pop Electronica Moods Romantic Bittersweet Emotional Hopeful Determined Energetic Groovy Building Strong Smooth Loving Obsessive Soulful Swagger Filmic Stimulating Questioning Depressed Fearful Nocturnal Anxious Chase Up Tempo Honest Wondrous Atmospheric Deep Moody Ethereal Stimulating Sounds like REM Aztec Camera Kid Coy Share Post AMP Review Pal Steelo AMP Review HAÜER About Post Author Jeanette Rehnstrom Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in

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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland AMP Review: Pal Steelo - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    straight forward and does exactly what is says on the tin These are songs about longing care and hope Not all songs have the country feel though For example Days without you makes one think of a male Tracy Chapman and Josephine much of which is stripped back to a piano gives a slight Rickie Lee Jones feel Paul s voice is tender and full of emotion and stays that way throughout whilst painted on varying aural tableaux Much of this music sounds is American and not surprisingly Pal Steelo has been extremely successful on the American Broadjam review charts as well as having penned a song that reached the top five on the Irish charts These are carefully crafted songs that wear their hearts on their sleeve Styles Contemporary Country Soft Rock Singer Songwriter Pop Acoustic Piano Moods Sentimental Strong Mournful Perseverance Jangly Motivational Sensitive Soothing Relationship Reflective Wanderous Heartwarming Hurt Honest Mystical Serene Pleading Elegant Minimal Sincere Loving Pal Steelo Share Post AMP Review Silent Interlude Fate or Faith AMP Review Kid Coy Resolute About Post Author Jeanette Rehnstrom Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment About us Avant Music Port

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  • Avant Music Port – Music licensing & supervision – Ireland AMP Review: Silent Interlude “Fate or Faith” - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
    which certainly is more in tune with what is happening in our Irish weather at this point that is wind rain cold and blazing fires for those of you that do not have the pleasure of finding yourselves on our green isle presently With a broody intro Silent Interlude suggest a more pensive approach to life and this vein runs through all of their tracks Voice wise the beguiling pipes of Niamh Walsh suggests an emotional combo of the lead singers of London Grammar and The Cranberries whereas the main instrumental accompaniment of electric guitar bass and drums takes you into indie territory the combination gives you an indie ambient feel On Deadweight the addition of acoustic guitar piano and a choir further broadens that ambient sound Full of atmosphere and sentiment this band offers a delicious equilibrium of relaxation and intensity Styles Indie Ambient Folk Rock Alternate Moods Emotive Intense Chilled Relaxed Reflective Hopeful Heartbroken Mellow Sad Soothing Strained Frustrated Sad Tranquil Nocturnal Anxious Somber Jangly Dynamic Explosive Building Atmospheric Swirling Sentimental Sounds Like Cranberries London Grammar The XX Silent Interlude Share Post AMP Review Frankenstein Bolts AMP Review Pal Steelo About Post Author Jeanette Rehnstrom Leave a Reply

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