The Trinity student's debut single, inspired by her sister's emigration, will be released this week.
If you've forgotten how to dance since the nightclubs closed, we've got you covered.
The Trinity student’s latest offering is a poignant tribute to LGBTQ+ rights activist Marsha P. Johnson.
The record label was set up last year by Irish musician Constance Keane (also known as Fears) to work with underrepresented voices in music.
No pesky pandemic can stop the original Irish music scene from thriving.
Fronted by DU Music Chairperson Conor Kinsella, the band reflects on the importance of collaboration and continuation, even when gig prospects are grim.
We sat down with Trophy Wife to talk about her EP, Art, the revival of pop-punk in Dublin, and more.
Formerly known as Magazines, the humble Dublin-based band have gained increased recognition for their delicately dreamy sound in recent months.
This year’s virtual festival will showcase the very best of Irish musical talent.
In Radius, Ellen Pentony previews "Choons for Childline", the 100minds project that has everybody talking.