Aine Palmer reflects on the captivating power of the Juno soundtrack dominated by the talented Kimya Dawson
Iseult Deane looks at the acts from tonight's announcement, which revealed a mixture of home-grown and international acts and a diverse range of genres.
All Tvvins, Horse Meat Disco and Blonde are the first three acts of Trinity Ball.
Katie Cogan, Ents officer of TCDSU, reviews Trinity Ball headliner Horse Meat Disco.
Iseult Deane reviews the Irish duo due to headline Trinity Ball 2016.
Rebecca Wynne-Walsh reviews the Trinitones' first concert and tells you what else they have planned this year.
Saoirse Ní Scanláin reviews Metropolis Festival which completely overhauled the RDS with an unbelievable lineup and stellar production.
Orla Conway reflects on previous John Lewis advertisements' soundtracks and the young Norwegian vocalist behind this year's edition
Sarah Ledden responds to Adele's long anticipated return to the music scene with the release of her single Hello
Aoife O' Donoghue talks genre, gigs and ghosts with rising dark pop band My Tribe, Your Tribe