Tag Archives: Mickey Bradley

Going Overground – In conversation with Damian O’Neill

This week saw the release of a new solo single from one of my musical heroes, a certain Damian O’Neill. I’m tempted to not even bother with an introduction, but this Derry-raised, London-based guitarist made his name alongside brother John … Continue reading

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Such a good thing we do – in conversation with The Everlasting Yeah’s Raymond Gorman, part one

A few weeks back, this blogger got in touch with Raymond Gorman and tackled the London-based guitarist on his That Petrol Emotion days and their latest incarnation, The Everlasting Yeah. It would serve two purposes – so I could wax … Continue reading

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Why I still love The Undertones

I’ve always liked that James Nesbitt, from early roles in films like Waking Ned through to leads in TV successes like Colin Bateman’s Murphy’s Law, and ever onwards. But he’ll be forever remembered for his big break in the brilliant … Continue reading

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