Pearse McGloughlin joins Tremolo

Pearse McGloughlin

We're proud to welcome Pearse McGloughlin to Tremolo!  Pearse is an artist and songwriter from Sligo, Ireland and has released four albums to critical acclaim, the most recent being The Soft Animal with his band Nocturnes. His music is captivating, elegant and nuanced and has featured in The Irish Times, BBC Northern Ireland, RTE 2FM, Lyric FM, Radio1 and KCRW as well as at festivals such as Body and Soul, Electric Picnic and Other Voices.  Check out his catalogue of songs!

Will de Burca releases new album 'Embedded'

Will de Burca Embedded

Tremolo writer Will de Burca recently released his sophomore album 'Embedded'- a diverse array of songs touching on fast paced electronic, ambient dance/trip-hop and high intensity psychedelic rock.  The album was recorded over 18 months and features fellow Tremolo writer Aoife Underwater on guest vocals on the track "The Sound of the End of the Night".  Check out the new album here.

Dioscó na mbó join Tremolo roster

Dioscó na mbó cover art

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!

The Altered Hours join Tremolo roster

The Altered Hours

We're very excited to welcome The Altered Hours to Tremolo!  Their music is an intoxicating and hypnotic ride- a perfect match for visuals.   Check out their full length album 'In Heat Not Sorry' and the single "Dig Early" here.

Paddy's Day playlist: 17 Songs by 17 Irish artists

We're celebrating Paddy's day with 17 songs by 17 of Tremolo's writers.  An eclectic mix, including a few traditional songs, odes to Ireland and other gems from our catalogue round out the playlist. Kick back, give a listen here and Happy Paddy's Day!

Naoise Roo releases video for "Whore"

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.”