Your cart

Your cart is currently empty.

Return To Shop

Music

Anne-Marie Climbs to #1 in Ireland and the UK

23 November 2016

Anne-Marie has made her mark on the UK and Irish charts by landing the always coveted #1 spot with ‘Rockabye’. The singer has been paving the way to pop glory over recent months with her new single ‘Alarm’. The track has amounted over 17 million streams worldwide and nearly 2M Youtube views to date and is […]

Read More

This Month @ Monroe’s Live Galway

8 November 2016

The lovely lads and ladies over at Monroe’s Live Galway have a stellar line-up in store over the next few weeks, and of course, we have all the details. So what’s happening down Galway’s West End I hear you ask? Wednesday, 9th November – MOVE ME LOVE ME Tour 2016 A crowd makes much more […]

Read More

Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall’s Traumatic Confession

20 October 2016

by Danielle Holian Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall opened up in the girls’ new book Our World about her battle with anorexia. The 23-year-old popstar revealed her eating disorder began when she was 13-years-old and was admitted to hospital. Thirlwall explained it started when she was getting bullied, losing a family member and problems at home. […]

Read More

In Review: Twenty One Pilots ‘Blurryface’

15 October 2016

by Danielle Holian “My name is Blurryface and I care what you think” Twenty One Pilots are hard to categorize to one genre of music; their lyrics are deep and meaningful, they have rhythm styles alike to Macklemore, hard-rock energy, a mix of reggae beats, an odd ukulele ballad, the odd piano popish number, which all […]

Read More

In Interview: Jake Morgan

3 October 2016

by Danielle Holian How and when did you get into composing? From a very young age, I had a fascination with sound. I started playing guitar and writing songs when I was around 10 years old. As time went on, my skills developed, and by the age of 19, my music had been performed around the world by orchestras […]

Read More

In Review: Xenia Rubinos’ ‘Mexican Chef’

22 August 2016

by Danielle Holian Xenia Rubinos doesn’t shy away from her serious social commentary in her song ‘Mexican Chef’. This track is all about straight talk. Rubinos was inspired to write this song when she took a walk around New York. She gets fiercely political when she addresses issues about class and race in America’s built-up service […]

Read More

Heroes in Hiding ‘Hospital’

22 August 2016

by Danielle Holian Heroes in Hiding will release their new single ‘Hospital’ on August 26th from their upcoming LP ‘Curtains’ out on October 7th. The band has performed at festivals such as Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit, Castlepalooza, BD Festival, and Life Festival. Their upcoming LP follows the release of their debut EP ‘Hush’ in 2014. ‘Hospital’ […]

Read More

In Interview: Marcus Olaoire

22 August 2016

by Danielle Holian How and when did you get into comedy? I started comedy in UCD Dramsoc in 2009 when then auditor, Conor McKenna (of Foil, Arms & Hog), Convinced me to skip a lecture and go to a stand-up workshop. The rest is history. Who are your influences? I love comedians who can weave a […]

Read More

In Interview: Sounds Of System Breakdown

17 August 2016

by Danielle Holian How and when did the band start? ED: SOSB has been around in various forms for about ten years. It all started as a solo act that Rob did when he was in college, using a combination of guitar, vocals, synths and live triggered samples like some kind of futuristic one-man band. […]

Read More

Lisa Hannigan Live Album Launch @ Tower Records

17 August 2016

by Danielle Holian This Friday, August 19, Tower Records will hold Lisa Hannigan’s live album launch for her brand new album ‘At Swim’ at 1pm on Dawson Street. Hannigan recently announced the release of her third album via PIAS recordings. ‘At Swims’, deals with isolation, love, and homesickness, and was produced by Aaron Dessner. Her debut album, ‘Sea Sew’, found her […]

Read More

Load more