Killian Barry sits down with Neil Barnes of legendary dance duo Leftfield to talk about the group's critically acclaimed album Leftism, his work as a DJ and the current club and festival scene.
Killian Barry speaks to the three-piece band about their recent tour and how they strive to balance time spent in the studio with live performances.
Visiting Trinity today, British rock band Elbow reflected on its accomplishments over its 20 years so far.
Last night, entertainments officer candidate Jonah Craig hosted a night of ever-changing drink deals, with impressive DJ sets from Jack Banks and Pauric Doherty.
On Monday night, entertainments officer candidate, Jonah Craig, will host a night entitled 'Blue Chip' in the South William as part of his election campaign.
With tickets still available in House Six, this year is on track to break the all-time record of just over four hours.
The acts will join the usual cohort of Trinity-based artists and acts including Wilkinson, SG Lewis and Blossoms.
With Trinity Ball working to accommodate LUAS works, tickets will this year be priced at €87 instead of the usual €80, with the event itself an hour longer.
Twenty years after their debut album, the band discuss the things that make their sound unique and why they're big in Europe.
To celebrate the launch of their new EP, Hot Singles, the Dublin-based group will play Workmans tomorrow night.