If you’ve ever wished to have a dedicated space for Galway music just a few finger taps away (why wouldn’t you?), then you’re going to like this. Playlist for artist visibility and voice Made in Galway came onto the scene
The last days of 2017 managed to squeeze out some incredible albums, with some of them breaking out on the last day of the year. I’ve selected five of them, from local Irish artists to international noise makers. Please, give
No news segment this week – pick a newspaper out of the bins on the street, look over the shoulder of the person sitting in front of you on the bus, and read the the status of your favourite comedian.
In the news: Irish pyromaniacs wave their freak flag for Halloween. An ever increasing number of public figures are accused of sexual harassment and assault, while hashtag creators brainstorm a new strategy. A new metro line has been confirmed for
In the news: Storm Ophelia receives more coverage than the truck bomb in Mogadishu which killed over 300. Britain is behaving like the party guest that wants to leave, but decides to wait until all of the joints are all
In the news: Harvey Weinstein is under investigation for allegations of sexual assault. A new Strategic Communications Unit has been set up by the Taoiseach to “streamline communications for citizens’’, and will cost €5 million — the SCU commissioned Budget 2018 videos,
In the news: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar calls Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald “cranky’’. George Hook is now going to let his thoughts dribble onto a mic on weekends instead of weekdays. An Garda Siochána is still trying to find out
This weeks mix of genres is refreshing, and your top five for the weekend features some new music that’s only a day old — happy birthday! I know you’re sick for new tunes, feast your ears on these. #1 Novacane — Abra (September 2017)