In 1990, Sinéad O’Connor featured on the cover of Hot Press depicted nude as a recreation of Madonna & Child. It’s a complicated moment in Irish pop culture
It bothers me that only a minority of socially impactful academic research is communicated effectively to the public. Coming from that side of things, I understand the massive time constraints that researchers are under, which ultimately results in a lop-sided
Electric Picnic 2018 was jam packed with music and comedy and every kind of weird that you can think of. We had a great weekend, which was made even better when I got to sit down with one of the
A new nationwide music research project invites participation, to investigate branding, gender, and music Ireland.
Following a brief hiatus after a Balter farewell party, the heavy bass loving crew PUZZLEvents are returning this coming October. To mark the occasion they’ve put together a chunky line-up with a special UK headliner. It’s a jam packed affair
Women are Boring is a digital footprint with a unique agenda – to provide a platform for critical research undertaken by women worldwide. Since 2016, WaB has developed into the nucleus for a very special kind of subversive orbit. Today
Since Foxy Jangle smoothly arose from the underbelly of the jungle scene earlier this year, the jungle-focused and unofficially more eccentric sister label to Rua Sound has supported and released music from two critical music producers – Sully, Kid Lib
On Saturday, August 4, the Galway based music agents Gash Collective are hosting a specially curated garage and house party down at the much loved session bar Bierhaus. Headlining the night is Staxx Lyrical, DJ and radio host on Dublin