Music

“Wherever our Talons May Land”: Bitch Falcon on New Music and Flying the Nest

Killian Barry speaks to the three-piece band about their recent tour and how they strive to balance time spent in the studio with live performances.
By Killian Barry

Elbow Discusses Irish Crowds and the Music Industry’s Monopoly with the Phil

Visiting Trinity today, British rock band Elbow reflected on its accomplishments over its 20 years so far.
By Jack O’Neill

Craig Sees Stocks Soar With Successful Ents Night

Last night, entertainments officer candidate Jonah Craig hosted a night of ever-changing drink deals, with impressive DJ sets from Jack Banks and Pauric Doherty.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Jonah and the Sale: Ents Goes to Wall Street

On Monday night, entertainments officer candidate, Jonah Craig, will host a night entitled 'Blue Chip' in the South William as part of his election campaign.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Online Trinity Ball Tickets Sell Out in Under an Hour and a Half

With tickets still available in House Six, this year is on track to break the all-time record of just over four hours.
By Sinéad Baker

Bloc Party, The Strypes to Headline Trinity Ball

The acts will join the usual cohort of Trinity-based artists and acts including Wilkinson, SG Lewis and Blossoms.
By Killian Barry

With Hour Earlier Start to Event, Trinity Ball Ticket Price Increased for First Time in Nearly a Decade

With Trinity Ball working to accommodate LUAS works, tickets will this year be priced at €87 instead of the usual €80, with the event itself an hour longer.
By Sinéad Baker

Fun Lovin’ Criminals on Crackbird, Stealing Samples and Success 20 Years Later

Twenty years after their debut album, the band discuss the things that make their sound unique and why they're big in Europe.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Presenting a Collected and Professional Sound, MITCH Set to Play Workmans

To celebrate the launch of their new EP, Hot Singles, the Dublin-based group will play Workmans tomorrow night.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

With MCD, Trinity to host Series of Summer Concerts in July

College Park is to play host to acts including Pixies, alt-j and Two Door Cinema Club, with tickets starting at €44.05.
By John Conway