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Randolf & The Crokers - Conversation Amongst The Ruins EP

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Randolf and The Crokers are a six piece folk and blues ensemble from Limerick made up of members Shane Storan, Clare O’Brien, Keith Kelly, Dane Staunton, Jarlath Byrne and Shay Peters.

The four track compilation begins with its lead single, “Hangin’”, as a characterful acoustic riff teams up with a happy harmonica ahead of an upbeat and absorbing harmony. Skipping along contently into a cheery chorus, it maintains a sunny and serene disposition throughout. It’s a light and lively composition that gets things off to a pleasant start.

“Warfare” follows up by fading ominously into a reserved beat and mellow melody. The warm and emotional sound it forges is particularly affecting during the captivating chorus. The instrumentation remains subtle and stirring, while the expressive vocals are smoothly executed. It all culminates in a cutting climax that puts an epic end on an otherwise tranquil ballad. “History” features a very relaxing instrumental introduction afterwards, leading towards a soothing and vibrant verse. Remaining consistently soft and calm, it trucks forward at a fairly fast pace.

Poignant piano keys play out behind a resonant harmony next as “The Trace” begins, generating a solemn ambience. The beat picks up around the minute mark through the addition of some purposeful percussion. Growing continuously as it progresses, it develops a rousing rhythm before descending into a moving instrumental exhibition. It’s not long until the vocals return with a vengeance, erupting with plenty of passion and spirit to put an arresting cap on the proceedings.

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