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Russel Brand Announces Irish Tour

27 January 2017

Following a series of sold-out preview shows in November and December 2016, Russell Brand announces a new stand-up tour of Ireland. What is real? Who are we? Where did this baby come from? In RE:BIRTH, Russell Brand wrestles with these questions while unravelling the matrix of modern media, politics, sex, fatherhood and death. Join one […]

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The Nitelife Favourites 2016 (Part One)

13 December 2016

We’re feeling just a tad reminiscent here at Nitelife HQ with thoughts of gone-but-not-forgotten festivals and parties filling our minds. Yes, it’s the most wonderful time of the year when we begin to gorge on any sugar-laden surprises available in Memmeh’s presses; we dash around, last minute, through snowy streets picking up Christmas jumpers for […]

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Ivy Nations and Fallen Lights to Support The Blizzards

10 November 2016

Saturday 19 November – The Olympia Theatre The Blizzards have just announced special guests for their highly-anticipated return the the Olympia Theatre stage on Saturday November 19th. Special guest performances on the night will come from from Ivy Nations, who’s next single ‘Live By Design, (produced by Philip Magee) is set for release in early 2017 and Fallen Lights. https://www.instagram.com/p/BMJ1zl7BEnM/ Ballers […]

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Pixie Geldof Releases New Video for ‘Woman Go Wild’

2 November 2016

Pixie Geldof has debuted the video for her new song Woman Go Wild, the latest track to be lifted from her soon to be released debut album I’m Yours, available November 4th via Stranger Records. Woman Go Wild follows the release of Sweet Thing, So Strong and Escape Route earlier this year; all four songs are available […]

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The Soundtrack: Cheap thrills & The Critic

16 August 2016

by James Fleming The most obvious example is The Beatles. In 1967, The Beatles released Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Widely hailed as the greatest album of its, or any, era. But subsequently panned by many critics of later generations, Sgt Pepper’s…, no matter what your opinion, was revolutionary. It elevated rock n’ roll […]

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In Review: Elvis Costello and The Undertones @ GIAF

17 July 2016

by James Fleming The New Wave, has gotten old. But the tunes haven’t aged a day. Timelessness is almost impossible to achieve. Yet, both the acts onstage on this rainy Friday night who, as so-called “New-Wave,” acts, could both easily fall into a parody of what they originally represented back in the late seventies, prove […]

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In Review: 5 Seconds of Summer ‘Sounds Good, Feels Good’

30 June 2016

by Danielle Holian ‘Sounds Good, Feels Good’ is the second album from 5 Seconds of Summer. This album showcases the quartet’s conflict with their “boy band vs rock band” image from their debut self-titled album. There’s an edge on this record with a sense of mature content throughout the album, without alienating the love of the […]

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Preview: Elvis Costello And The Imposters @ Galway International Arts Festival

28 June 2016

Elvis Costello And The Imposters are taking over the Galway International Arts Festival on Friday, July 15th at Absolut Big Top, Galway, with special guests The Undertones. Elvis Costello has been around in the music industry since the late 1970’s. His well known associated acts are The Attractions and The Imposters as well as concert […]

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The Soundtrack: The Best of The Box 1

28 June 2016

by James Fleming 2016. A box arrives with an uncle. Maybe 70 CDs inside. Some long out of print, some so obscure that even this well-versed writer has never heard of them. This is entry one of The Best of The Box 1966-1971. To this day, it’s heralded as a sort of renaissance-era for popular […]

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The Stanford Rape Case – How Does It Affect Ireland?

27 June 2016

by Jade Milburn This month in the U.S, a rape case made the headlines, but in the midst of the darkness, there were shining lights in the case, and there are important lessons that we in Ireland, can benefit from. Brock Turner, a former Stanford student, was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman in January […]

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