Dublin’s Live Jazz Scene Captures the City’s Creativity and Culture

The enduring presence of jazz in Dublin reflects the city's ability to transcend historical challenges and offers an opportunity to enjoy live music without breaking the bank.
By Sadie Loughman

Conversations with Musician(s)

The experience of Conor Thornton in the world of a bachelor's degree, pits of inspiration and his upcoming single 'Coordinates’.
By Emma Fitzpatrick

Five of the Best: Alternative Nights Out in Dublin

Maisie Greener explores the most exciting nightlife Dublin currently has on offer.
By Maisie Greener

Minister Martin Announces Three New Initiatives to Support the Night-Time Economy

The support package, announced yesterday, will include funding for art centres to open later, a noise mitigation grant scheme for late-night venues, and a pilot program for late-night cultural activities.
By Sáoirse Goes

Secret Sessions Sees New Dublin Talent Team Up for a Good Cause

The third edition of this new series was organised in aid of the earthquake in Turkiye and Syria.
By Álanna Hammel

The Rise of Dublin’s Techno Community

The Shed Residents discuss the rapid rise of Dublin's techno community.
By Ines Kennedy

Sammy Copley: A Year On

The Trinity student discusses their new single, upcoming gigs and the role of TikTok in building a music career
By Aoife Doheny

Owen Henry on Navigating Trinity’s Music World

The soloist, chairperson and student dives into the trials and tribulations of Trinity’s music world.
By Ines Kennedy

Trinity Summer Series Returns to Campus From June 27th

The Trinity Summer Series is set to return to campus next week for the first time since 2019, featuring seven acts across a wide variety of genres.
By Clara Roche

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