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Yngve

Yngve

Yngve


Yngve (pronounced Ing-vuh) Yngve is a German-born, North Sligo-raised guitarist, who set out on his musical journey at an early age and along the way has played support to such luminaries as Paul Weller, Jape, David Kitt, and Katell Keineg as well as being a regular on Sligo and Dublin stages. He produced his own debut E.P. 'Four weeks' in 2005, tracks from which were featured on various RTE productions including Fair City and has appeared in cities such as Glasgow Read more on Last.fm
Yngve (pronounced Ing-vuh) Yngve is a German-born, North Sligo-raised guitarist, who set out on his musical journey at an early age and along the way has played support to such luminaries as Paul Weller, Jape, David Kitt, and Katell Keineg as well as being a regular on Sligo and Dublin stages. He produced his own debut E.P. 'Four weeks' in 2005, tracks from which were featured on various RTE productions including Fair City and has appeared in cities such as Glasgow, London and Hamburg headlining the famous Kaiserkeller venue in Germany in 2007. Yngve never fails to leave his audience enthused and wondering 'what next'? Yngve's determination to forge his own sound and methods is evident from his new release.

His debut album 'Tell Men This', due out in 2008, melds the best of folk, blues, country, and (dare I say it) pop. One gets the feeling that its not going to be his final resting place, but for now, Yngve creates exceptional tunes which resonate of his blues background. The new album, produced by Eoin Bailey, was recorded in Sligo with his band the 'Space To Be Yourself Collective"; a concept which encourages an experimental approach, whereby musicians freely contribute to the creations. This endeavour has drawn together a talented motley crew of musicians, writers, artists and singers and on 'Tell Men This' the individual sparks light up this creative cauldron. Themes of childhood innocence, love, and loss of both are evident throughout the tracks. The faint aroma of melancholia lingers...and at times Yngve seems like a very young 'old soul'.

He can be quite introspective, and occasionally cynical, but despite the thread of loss running through the songs, we are left with essentially uplifting melodies which warm the soul. As he ponders 'Ambitious plans, with delicious ends, if everything should fall into place'. (Middle Child Syndrome)… there can be no doubt that the 'everything' he is thinking about will indeed fall into its rightful place. Read more on Last.fm.

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