At Body and Soul, a Space-Themed Science Gallery Installation

Festival-goers this weekend will be able to enjoy an excerpt from the Science Gallery's newly launched Life at the Edges exhibition.
By Jack Synnott

The Trinitones Take America

The band are reaching the end of their US tour.
By Molly Furey

Haunted by the Loss of Hangar

Saoirse Ní Scanláin remembers the long nights and the cultural impact of Hangar, as it closes down.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Gus Dapperton is Selling Himself on Sincerity Alone

The indie star has quickly become a darling of New York's music scene. He chats surrealism, new found success and why he wants to be sincere.
By Ivan Rakhmanin

Five of the Best: Summer Festivals

Stuck for summer plans? Sick of Electric Picnic? Check out our festival recommendations.
By Ciara Haley

The Trinity Duo Striking a Chord in the Music Industry

Neil Dunne and Zach Miller-Frankel are hoping their company can change the way the music industry operates.
By Edward O’Loughlin

The Cultural Death of the Guitar

As Gibson declares bankruptcy, is there a future for the iconic instrument?
By Andrew Connolly

Snarls and Sniggers with the Wood Burning Savages

Northern Irish band The Wood Burning Savages are angry and they want everyone to know about it.
By Dominic McGrath

Speaking With: Wild Youth

The Irish band is quickly rising through the ranks.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Speaking With: Rob Holton, Head of Art Installations at Trinity Ball

Rob Holton talks us through the art installations for Trinity Ball.
By Phelim Ó Laoghaire