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Rowan Galagher

Rowan Galagher

Alternative / Psychedelic Folk / Baroque Pop / Post-Romanticism Wollongong, NSW, AU  AU

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  • Ecologyngle (Artist)
    Ecologyngle
    "No Roads To Take" original, captivating beautiful work Rowan. Wishing you Happy Holdays * Patricia
  • Owen McCullum (Artist)
    Owen McCullum
    Delightfully dark. Once I started listening I had listen to every track.
  • Jeff Bauer Music (Artist)
    Jeff Bauer Music
    Always a pleasure to pop by and take in your tunes Rowan, keep up the great work.
  • Rowland Sutherland - Compostions (Artist)
    Rowland Sutherland - Compostions
    Glorious music-making, vocals, songs, arrangements and production!
  • Ships Of Gold (Artist)
    Ships Of Gold
    No Road to Take ... just wonderful. The picked and vivid guitar contrasting the melancholic mood of the song. Amazing to follow the permanently changing progression. You have some very nautic songs in your player, Rowan:) So we stay for Siren Song and Shipwreck at least. Ahoy and keep on sailing ~ kappi & crew
  • Catherine Hill (Artist)
    Catherine Hill
    Beautiful and dramatic music Rowan. Awesome!

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Sounds Like: David Bowie, Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Peter Hammill, Opeth

Bio: Rowan Galagher's music combines 60s psychedelia, folk noir, art rock and baroque pop, It has been described as haunting and ominous like Syd Barrett and David Bowie collaborating on a Tim Burton film soundtrack. Comparisons are often made to Radiohead, Erik Satie, Opeth, Nick Cave & Leonard Cohen...See Full Bio

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