Experimentation Meets the Eccentric in Electric Picnic Installations

This year's Electric Picnic saw fitting and unique art installations that complemented the spontaneous feel of the festival.
By Muireann Kane

Culture, Politics and Music Unite, as Hot Press Celebrates the Faces to Grace its Cover

Imelda May, Hozier and U2 are but a few of the names to feature in the iconic music magazine.
By Andrew Connolly

Performing on the Cricket Pitch, McMorrow Bodes Well for Trinity’s Future as a Concert Venue

Singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow was a good advertisement for Trinity's bid to bring full-scale concerts onto campus.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Trinity Orchestra on Capturing the Magic of David Bowie

The product of months of work, Trinity Orchestra's new video serves as a testament to Bowie and the orchestra's own dedication.
By Jack O’Neill

Orla Gartland on the Evolution of Youtube Culture and Witnessing the Repeal Movement from Afar

Ahead of playing tomorrow's Gals Gig For Repeal, the Dublin singer-songwriter speaks about the contrasting music scenes of London and Dublin.
By Kathleen McNamee

The Strypes on Preparing to Have a “Good Time” with the Trinity Ball Crowd

Ahead of its Trinity Ball set tomorrow, Saoirse Ní Scanláín speaks to Peter O’Hanlon about the band’s ever-growing success
By Saoirse Ní Scanláín

A Space for the Party to Continue When Trinity Ball Closes Its Gates

Saoirse Ní Scanláin explores this year’s Trinity Ball after party which, continuing on until 2pm, has made efforts to become more inclusive.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Blossoms on Artistic Collaboration and the Development of their Sound

Ahead of their set at Trinity Ball this Friday, Killian Barry speaks to the band’s lead-singer, Tom Ogden, about their journey since the release of their eponymous album.
By Killian Barry

The Riptide Movement on Bringing the Unique Energy of their Live Set to the Trinity Ball Stage

Ahead of their headline performance this Friday, Saoirse Ní Scanláin speaks to the Lucan four piece about the success they have experienced at home and abroad.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Trinitones Celebrate Five Years of Acapella With Unique Anniversary Show

Tomorrow night, past and present members of the Trinitones will join together in Bello Bar for an evening of musical entertainment.
By Killian Barry