Mad Mackerel’s Favourite Albums Of 2013 (Part 2: 30 -11)

Here is the second instalment of our favourite albums of 2013, counting down from 30 to 11. 30 Nick Cave – Push The Sky Away . 29 Caitlin Rose – The Stand-In . 28 Coke Weed – Back To Soft . 27 Georgia’s Horse – Weather Codes . 26 Alela Diane – About Farewell . 25 Foxygen – We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Favourite Albums Of 2013 (Part 2: 30 -11)

Mad Mackerel’s Top Tracks of 2013: 100 – 76

It is that time of year again. The votes have been polled from our MM contributors, the results collated and without further ado, here are Mad Mackerel’s favourite hundred tracks of 2013. Today, we’re counting down the first twenty five, from 100-76. 100 Woody Pines – Hobo And His Bride Classic, ramblin’ country blues, where songs are filled with characters fighting to climb up or … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Top Tracks of 2013: 100 – 76

More From Mark Mulcahy – Poison Candy Heart

Having already furnished you with two tracks from Mark Mulcahy’s superb long player Dear Mark J. Mulcahy, I Love You, we are naturally made up to provide you with a third. Over the past few weeks the album has seeped into our head and into our heart – it is wry, sometimes slyly malevolent, and often surreal, and has rapidly become a regular spin here … Continue reading More From Mark Mulcahy – Poison Candy Heart

Another Gem Of A Track From Mark Mulcahy

As the release of US singer-songwriter Mark Mulcahy’s new album Dear Mark J Mulcahy I Love You looms large on the horizon, he has given us a second track from the album to listen to, and listen to it you should. Let The Fireflies Fly Away is a definite highlight and a lyrical masterpiece to boot. It is a long time since we’ve heard the … Continue reading Another Gem Of A Track From Mark Mulcahy

Mad Mackerel Recommends…Mark Mulcahy

Mark Mulcahy is the former singer of Miracle Legion, an American rock band of the late 80s, early 90s who were signed to Rough Trade. Following the demise of the band, Mark’s solo career began with Fathering, an album that received universal praise and included the track Hey Self Defeater, which was featured in Nick Hornby’s book 31 Songs. From there followed albums Smilesunset and … Continue reading Mad Mackerel Recommends…Mark Mulcahy