Observer Readers Album Of The Year!

Observer readers nominated their hidden gems of 2017 –  the albums that didn’t get the coverage they deserved. Thank you to anyone who did nominate ‘Mary Casio’ it was a very nice surprise!





Mary Casio and Tubular Brass – LIVE DATES


Celtic Connections Festival in Glasgow!

Saturday 27th January  – The Old Fruitmarket

Performing live the album ‘Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia’  with synths, Tubular Brass colliery brass band and visuals plus ‘Tubular Bells’.

TICKETS: Glasgow Celtic Connections



Irish Tour dates


‘Awake But Always Dreaming’ will finally be played in full over in my homelands northern hemisphere – where it all began!

1st Dec: Donegal, Ireland – McGrory’s of Culdaff

2nd Dec: Belfast, N.Ireland – Voodoo




‘Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia’ – New shows announced!

Hear the album performed in full with synthesisers and full colliery brass band.

9th Dec: HULL – Substance festival – with Jane Weaver / Nadine Shah / Lone Taxidermist and more!

27th Jan 2018: GLASGOW – Celtic Connections festival with Tubular bells



Nomination & 2017 Tour Dates

Excited to announce my solo album ‘Awake But Always Dreaming’ has been shortlisted for a Northern Ireland Music Prize!

Its a real honour to be alongside such incredible artists back home.

‘Awake..’ will also be on the road through the autumn too alongside new album ‘Mary Casio’.

Sat 21st Oct: Mary Casio & Tubular Brass – SOLD OUT – Barnsley

Tue 31st Oct – 28th Nov: Alison Moyet Tour!

1st Dec: Donegal, Ireland – McGrory’s of Culdaff

2nd Dec: Belfast, N.Ireland – Voodoo SOLO SHOW




<<< Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia >>>

My new album is out now! Its been an incredible journey and overwhelmed by the support for the album on my little label. The vinyl has nearly sold out but some are still left in independent stores.. links below.


OUT NOW on LTD Gatefold Vinyl, CD & Digital

**** MOJO   **** The Arts Desk   **** Evening Standard   **** Record Collector   **** Loud and Quiet
“Audacious, atmospheric, majestic, suffused with powerful melodies.” The Arts Desk
“Celestial, mysterious and awe-inspiring.” MOJO
“A cinematic scope of rare depth and intensity reminiscent of both Goblin and Ennio Morricone” Loud & Quiet
“Vast scope and vaulting ambition… mighty stuff.” London Evening Standard
“A magnificent piece of Music.” BBC 6 Music – Mary Anne Hobbs
“Stunning, drop dead gorgeous.” BBC 6 Music – Chris Hawkins
“ALBUM OF THE DAY… as if Tangerine dream had been allowed to jam along to the score of Kubricks ‘2001’” Resident Music – Brighton.


Resident Records

Rough Trade

Piccadilly Records