A trio of album launches next week - Aoife Granville, Goitse and ALDOC

Next week we will have a trio of album launches on Tradconnect.  Aoife Granville will release her new album Sáimhin Só on Tuesday 29th April 2014. The album features a number of new compositions by present day musicians including Joanie Madden, Caitlín NicGabhann, Billy McComiskey, Tom McElvogue, Conal Ó Gráda and Liz Carroll. 
On Thursday 1st May we will have two new albums showcased here on Tradconnect.  Firstly one of our hottest up and coming bands Goitse who have had a busy year touring will release their brand new album called Tall Tales & Misadventures.  It promises to capture some of the energy of their live shows with some upbeat songs and music.

Also on Thursday 1st May ex Gráda flautist Alan Doherty and his new band ALDOC will release their new album called From Tallagh to Halle"Recorded in Germany and New Zealand, the new music is driven by the Irish flute, yet lifted brilliantly by settings derived from Doherty's love of urban sounds. The tracks will take listeners through several musical soundscapes, led by charmed melodies on the flute and lit up with jazz-tinged arrangements, heavy grooves, spooky brass solos, tremolo affected electric guitars, lonely banjo lines and dramatic breakdowns. Evocative and exotic vocals – some, in an inspired twist, chant-like – feature on many tracks."

All of the above is part of our Official Online Album Launch series which you can read about here.

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