Tremolo is delighted to welcome Hostess to our roster. Hostess (aka Gráinne Dee formerly of Cap Pas Cap) released her debut album ‘A Simple Life’ to critical acclaim, with RTÉ proclaiming it to be “one of the best Irish debuts ever”. A fantastic collection of songs- give a listen to ‘A Simple Life’ here!
We're delighted to welcome two amazing Cork bands, The Shaker Hymn and Saint Caoilian to Tremolo. Both have an amazing catalogue of songs and we're looking forward to new material later this year!
We're delighted to welcome Sub Motion, New Valley Wolves and Autre Monde to Tremolo. All of these writers are producing some of the best new music to hit Ireland and we're excited to be working with all of them. Check out new music on our site and more to come!
We are delighted to welcome Neon Atlas to the Tremolo roster! Neon Atlas is a Cork-based alt-indie outfit that has been drawing accolades from local and national media across Ireland. Shifting between dreamy melodies and chunky guitar rhythms, Neon Atlas deliver an infectious blend of pop/rock tinged gems.
We are very excited to welcome Dioscó na mbó to Tremolo! A warm blend of synths, pop and dance beats, their music has been described as “undeniably danceable” and we can't agree more! Give a listen to the summer inspired vibes on their track "Vanua", the playful and infectious “Nobody’s Ghost” and the bright, pop beats on “We Can Run”. Perfect music to soundtrack your good time!
Naoise Roo's new video for her single "Whore" is an intense visual journey into one priest's struggle with his faith. The video is directed by Bob Gallagher (Girl Band, Miles Manley, Spies). On the inspiration behind the concept, Bob Gallagher said, "The title of the song is quite striking and provocative, so I started thinking about why that word has such power and where the dynamic of that word changes from being something slanderous or negative to something aspirational". Religion and sexuality are at the center of the video and on that Naoise says, “Religion and sexuality have had centuries of conflict and in Ireland we know this all too well. But at the root of it sexuality and sexual energy are the essence of being human.”
James Darkin's eagerly awaited debut album 'Go No Matter What' is here! The album recently debuted in the Top 5 albums in Ireland for iTunes. Dan Hegarty of RTE 2FM has made 'Go No Matter What' his album of the week and Nialler9 described the track "Chase" as "...a menacing slice of horror film atmosphere with a charging bass line and guitar noise that echoes in the night sky." in his Irish Times New Music roundup. Get this today and have your mind blown!