Music

ROMES and the Building of an Irish/Canadian Music Empire

With their first EP already released, ROMES continues to gain popularity, backed by well-crafted anthems and a keen sense of brotherhood.
By Killian Barry

A More Mature Metropolis Lives Up to the Hype

With performances from Girl Band, Grace Jones and Crystal Castles, this year's festival provided some of the best musical moments of the year.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Touring with Jake Bugg and her Company of Thieves: Singer-Songwriter Georgie

Rising star Georgie talks tattoos, touring in Dublin with Jake Bugg and the old-school vibe of her music.
By Kathleen McNamee

RTÉ Concert Orchestra Promises Memorable Evening for Trekkies

The RTÉ Concert Orchestra plans to bring the 2009 adaptation of Star Trek to life by performing the score live to a screening of the picture on Friday and Saturday evening.
By Maeve O’Brien

In Impromptu Charity Gig, David O’Doherty Charms Trinity’s Comedy Society

With donations going to the Peter McVerry Trust, O'Doherty riffed on topics ranging from Mary Robinson to the author of Winnie the Pooh.
By Jenna Clarke Molloy

Annie Mac on Pursuing her Passion and the Evolution of Radio

Addressing the Phil this evening, the Radio 1 DJ spoke on the future of clubbing and how students can pursue a career in music radio.
By Katie Friedeberg

The Hardest Working Band in Dublin Finally Performs At Home: The Commitments

The film that made its way to the stage has left the West End and finally come to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

A Strong Recovery After Initial Poor Turn Out, Metropolis Live at Trinity

From the intimate setting of the chapel to the expansive Button Factory, Saoirse Ní Scanláin reflects on the collaboration between Trinity Ents, the Phil and Metropolis.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Arts, Activism and Making a Higher Education Campaign Cool

With Rubberbandits and Metropolis helping to support the march today, students' unions are increasingly using the arts to support their activism.
By Dominic McGrath

An Evening of Atmospheric Horror in the Chapel

Last night, DU Music welcomed organist Rónán Murray to provide improvised accompaniment to the classic horror film Nosferatu.
By Killian Barry