Waldorf & Cannon

  • Waldorf & Cannon

"For us, Danelectro's are the most fun, versatile, best sounding and of course, coolest looking guitars about. Nothing beats the jangly chime of their lipstick pickups. They are unique and affordable pieces of rock'n'roll history - own the tone!"

About Waldorf & Cannon

Waldorf & Cannon are an alternative multi-instrumentalist duo from Derry & Donegal, Ireland.​ Philip Wallace aka Waldorf plays a Farmer Footdrum kit, Danelectro guitars, Hohner harmonicas and sings. Oisi​n Cannon plays a Danelectro 58 Longhorn bass and sings. Although there are only 2 members, they sound like a full 5/6 piece band​. ​Together they create a unique alt sound heavily laden with stirring harmonies and catchy hooks often sharing and swapping lead vocals during a single song. Influenced by many acts including Pixies, Nirvana, Devo, Fugazi, Link Wray, Little Walter and Beck.​

Their debut single ‘Rise Up’ was released on 10th September 20​16.

2nd single ‘Bore You’ was released on 17th December 2016


Here's a cover of Beastie Boys 'Sabotage' 

Their debut self recorded album ‘Old Dogs New Tricks’ was released on Saturday 21st January 2017 on vinyl, cd and for digital download. 

The album ​is available on vinyl at Cool Discs, Derry, Sick Records Belfast & Music Zone, Cork at the moment. Online sales​ & digital download​ available at waldorfandcannon.bandcamp.com

Last year Waldorf & Cannon played their biggest shows to date supporting Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls on the Irish leg of his world tour. At the beginning of February 2017 they toured Ireland with Bella Union artists ExMagician and in March 2017 played 4 shows in Russia.

Stay up to date with the band at www.waldorfandcannon.com

Remy Album Review: http://thebestofmusicandfilm.blogspot.ie/2017/02/album-waldorf-cannon-old-dogs-new-tricks.html

Irish News Album Review: http://www.irishnews.com/arts/2017/02/10/news/noise-annoys-g-sessions-waldorf-cannon-and-new-pagans-926568/

Thin Air Review: http://thethinair.net/2017/01/album-premiere-waldorf-cannon-old-dogs-new-tricks/