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

Five of the Best: Dancefloor Tunes

If you've forgotten how to dance since the nightclubs closed, we've got you covered.
By Grace Maddock O'Driscoll

With New Single ‘Marsha’, Sammy Copley Honours A Legacy

The Trinity student’s latest offering is a poignant tribute to LGBTQ+ rights activist Marsha P. Johnson.
By Molly Longstaff

TULLE Collective Carves A Space For Non-Binary and Female-led Music

The record label was set up last year by Irish musician Constance Keane (also known as Fears) to work with underrepresented voices in music.
By Hannah Quearney

Five of The Best: Irish Tracks Released in March

No pesky pandemic can stop the original Irish music scene from thriving.
By Ruth Cronin

Meet Speakers: A Trinity Band Born From Lockdown

Fronted by DU Music Chairperson Conor Kinsella, the band reflects on the importance of collaboration and continuation, even when gig prospects are grim.
By Hannah Quearney