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KNACH


by Keirran Connor Davidson and Skully




KNACH, written by Keirran Connor Davidson who collaborated with Skully, Ireland’s best known Electronic genius, together, we have SCOTISH ELECTRONIC.

KEIRRAN CONNOR DAVIDSON of Tribal Fire…
TRIBAL FIRE is what happens when Celtic, Roma, and Middle Eastern music fuse together. We are a tight knit-band of wandering rogues, blending music & culture from wherever we roam. A band of "Ethnic Proportions"... we blend music from bagpipes, didgeridoo, electric harp, guitar, hand drums, as well as other instruments of ethnic diversity.

SKULLY of Metisse
SKULLY is Ireland's best known electronic music composer/producer, the music man behind METISSE. He has released three solo albums; his beautiful soundtrack album WITHOUT A VOICE, the very successful IRISH MAKEOVER, and most recently SCENT OF A MOMENT.
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