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NEW ASLAN APP with Bandstand

Posted by markdowning in Blog, Industry News, Irish Music News, Music, Music Industry, Music Marketing, Music News, Profile Artists

Aslan are pleased to announce a collaboration with Bandstand, Irelanda��s most innovative new Music App. Bandstand is a platform that offers artists a new method to share and release content. Aslana��s exclusive content will only be available within the Bandstand App a�� bringing Fans closer to the band through direct messaging, downloads and priority tickets.A� Bandstand: Bandstand is the first of its kind; an innovative Direct-To-Fan platform for artists to grow their fan base at the...

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Oct at 11:22 AM

KEYWEST reach Number 01 with ‘All My Mistakes’

Posted by markdowning in Blog, Industry News, Music Industry, Music Marketing, Music News

KEYWEST reach Number 01 with 'All My Mistakes', passing by Ed Sheeran and James Bay, leaving the two to fill the Number 02 and Number 03 slot on the iTunes Charts. The All My Mistake EP was released on April 09th, 2015 and has in its short week on the market taken the musical charts by storm, satisfying and exceeding their fans', as well as their critics' expectations, which in return put a relieved...

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Apr at 10:13 AM

Brendan McCahey new SWEET LOVE music video!

Posted by markdowning in Blog, Industry News, Irish Music News, Music, Music Industry, Music Marketing, Music News, Profile Artists

Brendan McCahey has just unveiled the video for his brand new singleSweet Love, and you can exclusively watch the video on TEN for the first time.

This is the first single to be taken fromA�The Voice of IrelandA�and 2fm wildcard winnera��s debut albumA�To Where I Begin.

He said: a�?Sweet LoveA�represents love in a physical sense and idea that when you listen to a song you can be drawn in by the listener, whoa��s emotions...

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Oct at 9:42 AM

HMV is back in Ireland

Posted by markdowning in Industry News, Irish Music News, Music Industry, Music Marketing, Music News

After dramatically closing shop last January, HMV have returned back to the Irish shores under the ownership of Hilco, which bought the company in a deal worth almost 59 million euro. HMV relaunched their flagship store on September 12th, with The Strypes performing in-store at the Henry street location. HMV continued their relaunch with branches at Dundrum Town Centre, Liffey Valley, The Crescent Shopping Centre and a location in Limerick opening their doors on September 12th. Larry Howard owner...

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Oct at 2:05 PM