Music

Between States and Studio, Trinitones Hunt Further Successes

Acapella group Trinitones have just completed a third international headline tour, and have plans to release their first studio album.
By Eimear Finan

Listen and Learn at Ireland Music Week

The festival will include workshops for up-and-coming artists, and will advocate for gender balance in festival line-ups.
By Joe Coughlan

For PowPig, Music is All That Matters

The dynamic four-piece embrace an array of genres, such as lo-fi alt-rock, outside pop and rock ballads.
By Ellie O'Neill

In Relaxed Tutorials, DUDJ Brings an Under-Appreciated Art to the Masses

The second of DUDJ's tutorial classes mixed education and entertainment, and made a complex art seem suddenly accessible.
By Samuel Doyle

A Groundbreaking PJ Harvey Album is Documented in Dublin

Directed by award-winning cinematographer Seamus Murphy, A Dog Called Money follows PJ Harvey as she creates her 2016 album.
By Ellie O'Neill

This Ain’t No Disco on Breaking the Barriers Between Artist and Audience

This Ain't No Disco is an online showcase of live music and interviews that promotes underrepresented musicians.
By Ellie O’Neill

Katie Kim Brings Her Darkly Frank Melodies to Workman’s

The We Are Workman's Series will host Katie Kim in the Workman's Club on Saturday night.
By Ellie O’Neill

Étáin Sweeney Keogh

By Malachi Ó Marcaigh

Ahead of Trinity Appearance, ‘Insane’ Foals Play Surprise Glastonbury Set

Foals will take to the stage in College Park this Tuesday at 7pm as a headline act of the Trinity Summer Series.
By Donal MacNamee

Petition Launched to Save Bernard Shaw’s Beer Garden

A petition has amassed over 500 signatures after the popular Dublin pub was refused planning permission to keep its outdoor area.
By Eleanor O'Mahony