Annie Mac on Pursuing her Passion and the Evolution of Radio

Addressing the Phil this evening, the Radio 1 DJ spoke on the future of clubbing and how students can pursue a career in music radio.
By Katie Friedeberg

The Hardest Working Band in Dublin Finally Performs At Home: The Commitments

The film that made its way to the stage has left the West End and finally come to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

A Strong Recovery After Initial Poor Turn Out, Metropolis Live at Trinity

From the intimate setting of the chapel to the expansive Button Factory, Saoirse Ní Scanláin reflects on the collaboration between Trinity Ents, the Phil and Metropolis.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Arts, Activism and Making a Higher Education Campaign Cool

With Rubberbandits and Metropolis helping to support the march today, students' unions are increasingly using the arts to support their activism.
By Dominic McGrath

An Evening of Atmospheric Horror in the Chapel

Last night, DU Music welcomed organist Rónán Murray to provide improvised accompaniment to the classic horror film Nosferatu.
By Killian Barry

An Eerie Start to the Halloween Season with DU Music’s Fourth Week Event

Tomorrow night, the society will present a screening of the horror classic Nosferatu with live organ accompaniment.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

“The Voice” Paul Rodgers Plays 3 Arena with Bad Company

The band were joined on the night by ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora.
By Patrick Gannon

“John Lennon must be turning in his urn”: Trinity English lecturers on Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize for Literature

Bard or barroom troubadour? Some of Trinity's top literature researchers wade into the debate surrounding Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize.

Raglans on Moving Beyond the Irish Indie-Rock Scene

Stephen Kelly of Raglans talks to Saoirse Ní Scanláin about the band’s recent triumphs ahead of today’s release of their EP, Again & Again.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin

Supersonic: Documenting Oasis’s Journey into Mainstream British Culture

Released today, Killian Barry reflects on the documentary that traces the evolution of Oasis and their unique sound.
By Killian Barry