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My Nuclear Radio  

New Album Release by Jim McHugh

Release Date: 27th of September 2019 

My Nuclear Radio is the brand new album release from singer songwriter Jim McHugh.  This 11 track album includes the single ‘Marjorie’ was recorded, produced and mastered in Ben Reel’s studio in South Armagh. It features Jim on Vocals/Mandolin/Electric Guitar, Paul McCabe on Bass, Butch McNeill on Drums and John McCullagh on Piano/Keyboards.

The album varies in style from alternative indie rock to folk. The themes of love, fidelity, mental well-being and redemption are provided throughout the 11 tracks echoing in the melancholic arrangements and lyrics.  

My Nuclear Radio will be available on all digital formats for streaming/download. 

New live dates for album tour will be announced also to coincide with release.        

 

Praise for ‘Marjorie’ & ‘Avenue Road’ so far

 

The Kinks sang about Lola, The Velvet Underground sang about Sweet Jane, and in Monaghan singer-songwriter Jim McHugh’s new single, sings about Marjorie. There’s a bit of Lou Reed in McHugh’s distinctive voice, and the infectious guitar riffs at the get go cast shades of when Dylan went electric- Noelle Ellis, Gigging NI

Expertly crafted and nonetheless playful, McHugh advises Marjorie to ‘just let it all hang out’ and stop worrying so much. Advice we all could adhere to from time to time, and by the second or third listen, you’ll find that you have. https://www.giggingni.com/2019/05/ni-music-summary-april-2019/

 

Listen to the Chorus. Listen to the filler electric guitar. Listen to Jim’s vocals. You really should.  Its Endearing. Its delightful. Its that good time that you’d never thought could exist. It does. Jim and the gang make’s it so in the single.

https://comeherefloyd.com/415-indie-fascination-suzy-callahan-organised-scum-snog-the-dog-grave-diggers-union/

 

 

Praise for ‘Noise Machine’

‘Jim brings a new dynamic to folk music as he cleverly infuses traditional styles with an uptempo and raw indie style (even the odd ballad) that creates something very different for the Irish music scene’. -  Chantelle Frampton, Gigging NI.

https://www.giggingni.com/2017/10/review-jim-mchugh-noise-machine/

 

‘And that’s the charm of Noise Machine, it’s uncultured, indie folk driven rock that has a vibrant beating heart.  From the driving single ‘Red Rose’, the catchy ‘River Won’t Flow’, the rootsy ‘My Destiny’ and ‘Help Her Help Me, to the almost Velvet Underground reminiscent ‘Do You Remember’, there’s a rich vein of potential coursing through the grooves of this record’. - Pete Whalley. 

http://getreadytorock.me.uk/blog/2017/09/quick-plays-levi-cuss-jim-mchugh/

 

‘This music clearly has deep-seated roots - cultural, musical and social - and like all music with roots, it takes many forms. There's abrasive folk rock with edge and irritation, wrenching ballads with anguish and distress. There’s personal recognition and unrestrained observation’. – Charlie Elland

http://www.folkwords.com/folkwordsreviews_104760.html

 

 

 

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