Friday, May 24, 2019

Dublin’s original punks power on

Paranoid Visions were punks almost before the concept even existed in Ireland. Breaking through in the early 80s, their early gigs were chaotic in nature;...

Thrill 16

Croker gets ready for the Irish Youth Music Awards

Bare in the Woods – Building a festival from scratch

We get the first-hand insight into putting a festival together

Going on the record

Loah bares her soul in launching debut EP

A comeback adventure in Balian beats

Combining her plethora of talents, Julie Feeney exploded onto the Irish music scene in 2005 with ‘13 Songs’, a delicately perfect Choice Music Prize...
The Waterboys have recently released their twelfth album, Out Of All This Blue.

The Waterboys to Headline 2018 Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

The Waterboys are the first act to be announced for this year's Bulmers Live at Leopardstown. The iconic band will be the eighth and final act...

Forbidden Fruit is the sweetest for festival-goers

The June Bank Holiday saw festival season get underway when the Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival returned to the grounds of the Irish Museum of...

Still firmly rooted, naturally Gilbert O’Sullivan

In the 1970s, flat-capped crooner Gilbert O’Sullivan had quite a reputation. Seen as something of a thinking man’s Elton John, or a modernised lyric-writer...

Home Once more

Phelim Drew on the return of a uniquely Dublin story to its rightful home

Landless: a vocal quartet that soar, organically…

Built on soaring yet carefully-refined harmonies and the most delicate of recording approaches, Bleaching Bones - the debut album from Dublin and Belfast four-piece...

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