Music

From Hard Rock to Dreamy Indie, Dublin Band Ragerra is Changing its Tune

The trio originally called themselves Valhalla, but have rebranded in line with their new sound.
By Charlie Hastings

Trinity’s Musicians Emerge from Turbulence into Triumph

Three of College's brightest musical talents have emerged from the pandemic more sure about themselves and their musical futures.
By Charlie Hastings

Riona Sakurada on Finding Her Sound and Herself

The Eurovision applicant is proving rejection means redirection.
By Charlie Hastings

Making Music Away from the Live Mic

Post-lockdown, musicians reflect on whether any of the innovative ways they shared their work when gigs were banned will stick around.
By Claire Stalhuth

Five of the Best: Modern Christmas Hits

Sick of Mariah Carey? Here are some contemporary festive tunes.
By Maitiú Charleton

Glass Animals Shatter the Stage at the Olympia

The British indie-pop band have been on the scene for over a decade, but a Grammy nod this year has brought them to the fore.
By JP O'Brien

Tebi Rex Take Over in First Headline Gig in Two Years

The alternative duo played Opium Rooms last Saturday.
By Eva O’Beirne

The Next Steps for Oscar Blue

The Trinity graduate recently supported Kodaline on stage and is working towards a debut EP.
By Lucy Jamison

The Steady Evolution of Mossy Ryans

Ryans, aka Ryan McDonald, has immersed himself in a spectrum of musical influences.
By George Rohan

Last Apollo’s ‘Moon Boots’ Will Make You Sit Up and Listen

The Trinity student's debut single, inspired by her sister's emigration, will be released this week.
By Emer Tyrrell