With MCD, Trinity to host Series of Summer Concerts in July

College Park is to play host to acts including Pixies, alt-j and Two Door Cinema Club, with tickets starting at €44.05.
By John Conway

Dara Kiely of Girl Band on Psychedelic Sounds and Diverging from the Conventional

Megan Russell talks to the Girl Band frontman about the band's intense live shows and his own mental health struggles.
By Megan Russell

A Professor and Trinity FM DJ on Opposing Borders and Playing Trinity Ball

With the news that he has secured a set at Trinity Ball, assistant professor and Trinity FM DJ Nick Johnson discusses politics and the fluidity of music.
By Jake O'Donnell

Trinitones Seek Help from Fellow Trinity Students to Help them Take on Oz

The acapella group are looking for assistance to help them get to Australia to take on Trinity College Melbourne’s Tiger Tones.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

First Four Acts of Trinity Ball Revealed

The Riptide Movement, Wilkinson and SG Lewis will be joined by assistant professor and Trinity FM regular Nick Johnson.
By Gillian Murtagh

Glen Hansard speaks to the Phil on Apollo House, Music and His “Lifeline to the Imagination”

Fresh from his support for Home Sweet Home, Hansard spoke to the Phil on the value of Apollo House and why success is tough.
By Brónach Rafferty

Dance For Choice Comes to District 8 With Mother Club and Hidden Agenda

Featuring DJ sets from the ​Mother and Hidden Agenda DJs​ and spoken word from Una Mullally and Vickey Curtis, the night seeks to raise much needed funds for the repeal the eighth movement.
By Carla King-Molina

From Busking to Gigging and the Irish Music Scene: Speaking With Hudson Taylor

Killian Barry talks to Harry and Alfie Hudson Taylor ahead of their gig in Whelan’s this week.
By Killian Barry

Sleigh Bells: Not Just For Christmas

From Snoop Dogg to the Beach Boys, Sleighs Bells have a strong presence in music beyond the Christmas tunes you're likely listening to today.
By Killian Barry

Speaking With Dan Owen on Intimate Gigs and Learning his Craft

After touring with the likes of Birdy and Kaleo, Saoirse Ní Scanláin talks to singer-songwriter Dan Owen ahead of his performance in Ruby Sessions last night.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin