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Dua Lipa revives disco pop with Future Nostalgia

April 13, 2020

The British-Kosovan singer has created a fun and ambitious breath of fresh air with her long-awaited sophomore album. Her already released hit singles “Don’t Start Now” and “Physical” set the standard for Lipa’s new age

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Niall Horan laments lost love in latest album

March 30, 2020

It’s been nearly ten years since a wee 16-year-old Niall Horan shot to fame. He auditioned for the X-Factor back in 2010, performing Ne-Yo’s song “So Sick,” and nearly didn’t get through as Katy Perry

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DCU Glee Cast: Behind the scenes

March 30, 2020

The Glee cast is different to other societies. We have one show, one goal, one setlist that we work towards for the entire year.

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The Script shine on Sunsets and Full Moons tour

March 16, 2020

From their formation in 2007 to present, there is no doubt that The Script have always been exceptional at engaging with their audience. Each of them exude raw passion for the music they produce, as well as for the fans they endlessly entertain.

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JPEGMAFIA’s gigs not for the faint of heart

March 16, 2020

Months after the release of his latest album, “All My Heroes are Cornballs”, JPEGMAFIA arrives at The Academy to thunderous chants of “Peggy”. The sold out gig was packed to the gills, with JPEGMAFIA emerging from the back clad in muay thai shorts and a hoodie, which was quickly taken off.

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The Poppy Enigma

March 2, 2020

YouTube is a platform that can take average people to stardom in a split second, but it is also a haven for odd and disturbing online content. Since its conception in 2005, YouTube has created celebrities like Justin Bieber, Bo Burnham and Carly Rae Jepsen; it’s no wonder people use the platform to launch their careers.

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Miss Anthropocene marks a new era for Grimes

March 2, 2020

Claire Boucher, an artist under the stage name of Grimes, has come a long way since first exploding into the wider public consciousness with 2013’s indie-electro-pop breakout album “Visions”.

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Emo never died – The subculture making a comeback

February 17, 2020

You might recall a phase that people went through where their fringes covered their eyes, eyes were caked in dark black eyeliner and they wore fingerless gloves everywhere they went. That was what we called the emo phase or subculture. Emo fashion is associated with skinny jeans, studded or sometimes spiked belts and converse.

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Changing the face of rap music

February 5, 2020

Within the male-dominated world of rap music, a number of female rappers have risen to the forefront of popular culture, subverting industry norms and challenging our perception of the genre within modern society.