An Eerie Start to the Halloween Season with DU Music’s Fourth Week Event

Tomorrow night, the society will present a screening of the horror classic Nosferatu with live organ accompaniment.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

“The Voice” Paul Rodgers Plays 3 Arena with Bad Company

The band were joined on the night by ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora.
By Patrick Gannon

“John Lennon must be turning in his urn”: Trinity English lecturers on Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize for Literature

Bard or barroom troubadour? Some of Trinity's top literature researchers wade into the debate surrounding Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize.

Raglans on Moving Beyond the Irish Indie-Rock Scene

Stephen Kelly of Raglans talks to Saoirse Ní Scanláin about the band’s recent triumphs ahead of today’s release of their EP, Again & Again.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Supersonic: Documenting Oasis’s Journey into Mainstream British Culture

Released today, Killian Barry reflects on the documentary that traces the evolution of Oasis and their unique sound.
By Killian Barry

Bold as Brass: The Evolution of the Booka Brass Sound

Killian Barry speaks to Jack Marks, Chief Sousaphonist of Booka Brass Band, ahead of their headline gig in Vicar St this Friday.
By Killian Barry

The Bad Boys of Acapella: Trinitones Take On R Kelly’s “Ignition”

This evening, Trinitones will launch their newest music video, directed by Dublin videographer Christian Tierney.
By Gillian Murtagh

Six Years of Somewhere: Dirty Dance floors and DJ Sets at Workmans

On the sixth birthday of Dublin’s much-loved alternative music night, Dominic McGrath talks to the Somewhere DJ, Trevor Dietz.
By Dominic McGrath

DU Music’s First Open Recital Sets Tone For New Year of Musical Events

Paul Prior reflects on an ambient recital offering students the opportunity to perform in their individual styles.
By Paul Prior

A Festival of Workshops, Encounters and Conversations: The Return of Hard Working Class Heroes

Ahead of the annual Dublin music convention, Killian Barry previews the unique event set to take over the city.
By Killian Barry