All Beaten Up

Single - 2018

 

Fionn O Lochlainn - Voice, Guitar

Simon Hale - String Arrangement.

 

Available March 21 at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

 

No One To Blame

Single - 2018

 

Written by Fionn and Oscar O Lochlainn

 

Fionn O Lochlainn: Voice, Guitars and Keybords, Oscar O Lochlainn: Guitar and Backing Vocal, Andy Gangadeen: Drums, Chris Taylor: Bass. Mixed by Phil Nicolo, Mastered by D. Arthur Phader, Recorded at Hook End Manor Studios

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

Resultant de L'Expérience

Soundtrack Album - 2017

 

Fionn O Lochlainn - All instruments

Abstract instrumental score to serenade Sue-Ellen Stroum's art motion picture 'Little Triggers'.

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

So Pretty

Single - 2018

 

Fionn O Lochlainn: Voices, Acoustic and Electric Guitars - Oscar O Lochlainn: Electric Guitar - Andy Gangadeen: Drums - Chris Taylor: Bass. Recorded and mixed by Steve Orchard

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations May 23rd

Words That Steal

Single - 2013

 

Fionn O Lochlainn - Vocal, Guitars and Sleeve Illustration

Keith Carlock - Drums

Produced, mixed and mastered by D.Authur Phader

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

Awake

Soundtrack Single - 2014

 

Fionn O Lochlainn: Voice, Guitars, Drums, Orchestration

Orchestral Ensemble: Jacob Lawson: Violin, Cara Frankowitz: Violin, Emerald Rae: Violin, Natalie Haas: Cello, Jennifer Devore: Cello, Rubin Kodheli: Cello

 

Sleeve Illustration: Sue-Ellen Stroum

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

Overcast (Helicopter)

Single - 2015

 

Fionn O Lochlainn - Vocals and Guitars

Steve Slingeneyer - Drums

Mitch Getz - Bass.

 

Mixed by Steve Orchard at Air Lyndhurst Studios

Click here to get lyrics and information

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

Land of Dreams and Wishes

Single - 2017

 

Fionn O Lochlainn - Vocal and Guitar

A live acoustic recording from the woods in Northern California featuring regional birds and the wind in the trees...

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

Sell You Out

Single - 2016

 

Fionn O Lochlainn: Voice, Guitars Keybords, String Arranger

Dylan Howe: Drums

Orchestra conducted by Simon Hale

Mixed by Steve Orchard

Sleeve photograph by Stefanie Atkinson Schwartz

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

Spawn of the Beast

Album - 2007

 

Fionn O Lochlainn - Vocals, Guitars, Dobro, Mandola, Mandolin, Bazouki, Piano, String Arrangements

Alan Grubner - Violin

Brittany Haas - Violin

Natalie Haas - Cello

Orlando Le Fleming - Acoustic Upright Bass.

Cindy Blackman - Drums

Isaac Alderson - Human Beatbox

Mazz Swift - Violin and Vocals on 'I'm the Slime'

Jacob Lawson - Violin and string arrangement on 'Sticks and Leaves'

Caitlin Warbelow - Violin on 'Racing Against the Time'

Ivan Goff - Uillean Pipes on 'War Pigs'

 

Sue-Ellen Stroum - Inner Sleeve Photograph.

Oksana Badrak - Illustration and Design.

Click here to see sleeve art work, information and press release

 

Available at Apple Music, Amazon and most radio stations

Actually purchasing music is a great way of keeping original music alive as an art form. Recording artist's greatly appreciate it. I strongly suggest that you download songs to your desktop/hard drive, and not just add them to your iTunes library, or Spotify playlists; so as not to be reliant on 'the Cloud'.

 

By means of convenience: Apple's iCloud, and Spotify's playlists are slowly subverting us away from maintaining autonomous access to music that we purchase, or hear using their cyber radio or iCloud system. As great as it is to gain access to such a wealth of materials; It keeps us dependent on being online. Aside from supporting artists...downloading music allows us to hear our favorite songs as and when, or where we wish...

 

An elaborate explanation, as to our suggestion could be gained from researching 'Technocracy Rising' by Patrick Woods. Another entertaining explanation regarding our sociological trajectory, concerning technocratic collectivism: is an episode of whistle blowing TV series, Stargate SG1 called 'Revisions' ...what an interesting world we are in...fascinating stuff...thanks,Fionn

 

 

 

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