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Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMA) new album now available to buy and stream

Get your CD at Golden Discs Drogheda or steam worldwide now


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Youth Work Ireland’s Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMA) have released their new 12th volume, featuring music from Louth’s Youth Work team and Elana Mulligan, from Youth Action Northern Ireland. Elana is IYMAs Lil Red songwriter winner. The album was produced at Sun Studios and mastered by Richard Dowling in Wav Mastering Limerick, who has worked with David Bowie, The Foo Fighters and Choice Music Winners Soak.

IYMAs release Volume 12 2019

Speaking of the release, Irish Youth Music Awards Director Barry Lennon said “It's brilliant to be able to produce and release IYMAs Volume 12 as part of our programme as a testament to the brilliant up and coming creatives and musicians we have across the island of Ireland. We hope everyone can stream or buy a copy before next Thursday the 24th of October so we can try to get the album into the charts and showcase this talent”

Alan Swan, Director of Music RTÉ 2FM said “The Irish Youth Music Awards programme is such an important programme to help develop, support and create a platform for new musicians from across the entire island of Ireland. We are very proud of our partnership with the IYMAs and hope everyone can support the release of IYMAs volume 12. We look forward to further developing this partnership this year”

This volume is now available worldwide to stream and buy also on CD at Golden Discs in Drogheda.

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Published Octo­ber 21st2019
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