Tag: Patrick Kelleher

This is probably my favourite track from the second annual Record Store Gay release. Maybe it’s just because new Paddy Kelleher music doesn’t come around too often. Record Store Gay is an annual celebration of diversity and music, in aid of the Outhouse charity and in association with Elastic Witch for International Record Store Day, […]

It takes a few listens to ‘get’ Patrick Kelleher And His Cold Dead Hands album Golden Syrup. I did thoroughly enjoy it though. And then, once you get it, thoughts turn to what other people will make of it and what the live show is like. With the video for ‘Miracle Candle’, at least we […]

Patrick Kelleher And His Cold Dead Hands have a new album out from today. You can stream all 39 minutes of his second album proper (his debut was remixed by lots of other folk) below. Golden Syrup is out on Osaka records and for just €14 you can buy the record and get it as […]

I was going to put something really self-congratulatory as the headline but I don’t really need to do much than to tell you that this post has three, very good (great, if you will) contained below. All three have been played loads for the past few days. All three will probably be played plenty more […]

Irish folk troubadour Patrick Kelleher puts his Cold Dead Hands (joke only works if you have previous experience with Patrick Kelleher) to one side and puts out this collection of what are normally termed b-sides and rarities. Broken Ball consists of eight tracks which deal mainly with acoustic ‘slacker folk pop’. Needless to say it […]

Have you heard about Quarter Inch Collective’s Quompilation #1? Thirteen Irish artists, including Squarehead, Spies, Kid Karate, Patrick Kelleher and many more, covered their favourite song of 2010. We get two versions of Squarehead’s ‘Fake Blood’ (Nialler9 readers’ favourite song of the year too), a Rihanna cover and a Kanye West cover that I thought […]