Despite the Hiatus, Hozier is as Relevant Today as He’s Ever Been
Inhaler: Cuts and Bruises Review – A Band That Has Found their Sound
What’s Behind Rihanna’s Superbowl Backlash?
Wild Youth to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2023
Flowers – The New Self-Love Anthem
Explainer: What is amyloidosis, the rare form of blood cancer that Aslan legend Christy Dignam is battling?
TradFest Kicks Off its 18th Year in Dublin
Eurovision hopeful John Lydon calls contest “disgusting”
“Her Loss” is also Our Loss – Album Review
Taylor Swift – Midnights Review
A Night to Remember at DCU Freshers Fest
Rhinestone pop melodies and sing-along self-loathing are in abundance on CMAT’s delightful If My Wife New I’d Be Dead
Brand new Night & Day Festival lineup announced
The Zutons, Villagers, John Grant and Orla Gartland will headline the first ‘Night & Day’
music festival which will take place in September in Clonalis House, Castlerea.
The lineup, which was announced at a launch event last week at The Workman’s Club in
Dublin, will also feature The Mary Wallopers, Cathy Davey, Moxie, Alana Henderson, Paddy
Dennhey, Columbia Mills, Amy Montgomery and Soda Blonde.
Jamal Edwards, music executive and entrepreneur, dies aged 31
Longitude Festival- What to expect
Mitski dances with dread on Laurel Hell
The Weeknd provides synth pop perfection in Dawn FM
All Too Well-A True Display of Taylor Swifts Talent
The importance of a good breakup song
Lana Del Rey – Blue Banisters Review
Jesy Nelson accused of ‘blackfishing’ after release of new music video “Boyz”
First of all, the author of this article is a mixed-race woman, therefore I am very knowledgeable about racism, cultural appropriation and blackfishing, as it affects me every single day. I logged onto Twitter one day, to see that Jesy Nelson decided to go solo and released her first song as a solo artist. I enjoy Little Mix’s music and always felt sorry for Jesy Nelson as she struggles a lot with her mental health.
The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival to Return to the City
Adele announces long-awaited return to music with a new album
Halsey’s If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power Marks a Raging Return for the Singer
Halsey had their first taste of global success with the cheesy EDM hit “Closer.” Together with the Chainsmokers, they released one of the biggest songs of summer 2016. If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power bears no resemblance sonically to any of their other work. It comes with a newfound sense of confidence the singer seemed to lack previously.