Bugsy Malone – Down & Out (Children’s Musical)

Here’s another hit from the successful and ever-popular children’s musical, Bugsy Malone. This has to be one of the most under-rated musicals in history. The soundtrack is a knock-out and manages to incorporate adult themes into a movie featuring only child actors. In this song and scene, we are reminded that tomorrow’s another day. We […]

Matt McGinn – Bubblegum (Ft Ciara O’Neill)

The last line in this wonderful Irish song is “The Hunger Strikes have started”. It’s not often you get to hear references to one of the most tumultuous times in Irish history mentioned in a modern folk song. Bubblegum is a nostalgically emotive ballad that tells of one girl’s experiences of 1981. It was written […]

Pablo Sáinz-Villegas – Concierto de Aranjuez – Adagio

Here’s a bit of cultural beauty in a musical format. As you will know, Rebel Voice is a very sophisticated media outlet. We play classic tracks that are timeless in their creativity and kindness of heart. Whether it’s The Pogues or Metallica or The Foo Fighters, we take our standards very seriously. With this in […]

Blues Saraceno – The River (Country Rock)

Here’s another from the former guitarist of Poison. Blues Saraceno is famed for his soundtracks, including Sons of Anarchy. This one has a real biker vibe, or perhaps instead of a motorcycle a horse could be substituted as the outlaw traverses the wilder parts of the United States in search of whiskey and women. The […]

Luke Kelly – The Lifeboat Mona (Folk)

Luke Kelly was a member of the globally renowned Irish folk band, The Dubliners. His strong vocals and intense passion for, and belief in, the songs he sang made him one of the foremost folk singers of his or any time. In this offering, he regales us with a ballad about a Scottish lifeboat named […]