Music

How Pillow Queens Achieved Both Niche and Mainstream Success

After releasing its debut album ‘In Waiting’ this month, the Dublin-based band has already established itself as one to watch.
By Hannah Quearney

How Rebecca Locke is Using Clowns to Open Up Dublin’s Music Scene

As curator of Indigo Sessions at Workman's Club, Locke is looking to break down the barriers surrounding good live music in Dublin.
By Hannah Quearney

Autre Monde Imagined Museums Before We All Had To

The group will be holding two launch gigs for their pre-lockdown album 'The Imaginary Museum' at The Workman’s Club on September 17th and 18th.
By Max Roberts

Feeling Restless, Milk. Are Back in the Studio

Tickets for Milk.’s 2021 UK and European tour are available now through the band’s websit
By Joe Coughlan

With ‘Dislocation’, Skinner is Branching Out

Skinner's newest single, "Dislocation", came out in June.
By Joe Coughlan

Mid-Pandemic, Jack Farrell Has Set About Reimagining Dublin Musical Theatre

Farrell’s production company released its first single, “Dangerous”, today.
By Gráinne Mahon

Kyoto Love Hotel on Mixing Pop Sensibilities and Lyrical Coherency

Joe Geaney, one half of Kyoto Love Hotel, says that their sound has a “pop aspect to it, but bordering on something else as well”.
By Joe Coughlan

Under Lock and Key, Musicians Are Finding New Ways to Bang the Drum

Ireland's music scene has been turned upside-down by the pandemic. Its up-and-comers say they're having to get even more creative to thrive.
By Ellie O'Neill

Bullet Girl Hunt Post-Punk Perfection

They've worked with Girl Band's Daniel Fox and their latest single sees them at their abrasive best. Bullet Girl show no sign of slowing down.
By Joe Coughlan

One Single In (It’s a Love Song Set In KFC), CMAT is Doing Things Her Way

In her own words, she's a ‘singer, dancer, social media maverick, country heure and bimbo troubadour’. Now CMAT is making waves in Dublin pop.
By Susie Crawford