"Pop" (featured in White Irish Drinkers) 
in Consideration for Academy Award 
Nomination in Best Original Song Category

Executive Producers Chad Carrier and Danny Dean
Recorded at Moletrax West by Jeff Moleski
Wrritten by John Duffy

We're really excited to announce that our single "Pop," written by lead singer John Duffy and featured on the soundtrack of the John Gray film "White Irish Drinkers," is one of 39 songs in the running for a Best Original Song nomination by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' annual Academy Awards.

Check out The Shillaly Brothers page and make sure to watch them live! 

John Duffy: lead vocals, celtic bouzouki, octave mandolin, mandolin, bass guitar, tin whistle
Chad Carrier: lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass ukulele, acoustic bass guitar
Rex Bailey: ukulele, guitar, drums, lead and backing vocals
Fred Studier: accordion, mandolin, celtic bouzouki, banjo, guitar, backing vocals, shot glass

White Irish Drinkers
Toronto International Film Festival Gotham Independent Film Awards Torino Film Festival
Winner Manhattan Film Festival Winner Chicago United Film Festival Woodstock Film Festival
USA Film Festival Seattle International Film Festival Official Selection Waterfront Film Festival
Galway Film Festival Woodstock Film Festival


About MoleTrax West

Rockwell Recording Studios - Nashville, Tn. is located on the north east side of Nashville in the city of Gallatin. Masterminded by renowned recording engineer Jeff Moleski, and punk pioneer and neo-rockabilly veteran Danny Dean. Rockwell Recording is an Analog/ Digital recording studio featuring a combination of hard to find vintage gear restored to its prime and top notch, and modern gear selected for sound quality.  This studio is equip with a full tracking room, its own mixing, and vocal room, and is fully equipped to accommodate any recording project and genre of music.  2021


Johnny Bowler (Guanabatz)

Buzz Campbell (Levi Dexter, Lee Rocker, Hot Rod Lincoln)

Ray Campi (1950's rockabilly Legend)

Chad Carrier (the Big Mess, Shillaly Brothers, Easter)

Levi Dexter (rockabilly Legend, Levi and the Rockats, Levi Dexter and the Rip-Chords, Levi Dexter and Magic)

Bernie Dresel (Brian Setzers Orchastra)

John Duffy (Shillaly Brothers, Easter, Step-Mothers)

Deon Estus (Marvin Gaye, Elton John, George Michael, Wham, Frank Zappa, Culture Club)

Clive Farrington (When in Rome)

Saskia Farrington - (BBC's Britain's got talent)

Tim  Gallegos (Bad Religion, Wasted Youth, Circle Jerks)

Lynval Golding (Fun Boy Three, the Specials)

Dino Guerrero (Mike Ness, Social Distortion, the Hangmen)

Sandy Hancock (Agent Orange, Adolecents, DI, China White, the Mechanics, Dragerton Beat)

John Spazz Hatton (Brian Setzers Orchastra)

Hoodlumz (punk)

Imposters (punk)

Thomas Lorloux (Kings of Nuthin')

Mad Max and the Wild Ones (Duke Maxewell, Wyatt Maxwell, Cole Maxwell)

John McCarthy (the Alley Cats, Anti)

Mitch McNally (Tazzers, Ch3, Momma Haglin)

George Mitcheal (LB3)

Piss and Blood (punk)

Johnnie Saiko (Big Boss Fury, of film Tinker artist/special effects Monster Men)

The Stains (punk)

Greg Wartime (Studio Musician, Teacher)

Roddy Radiation and the Skabilly Rebels (of the Specials)

When in Rome (new wave)

White Boy James and the Blues Express (blues, GTA video game,)

George Yiant (Target of Demand)

MoleTrax West | Analog Recording Studio | Danny Dean | Jeff Moleski

MoleTrax West | Analog Recording Studio | Danny Dean | Jeff Moleski | ANTI | Tape Machine | Reel to Reel