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2016

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 […]

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In Review: D-Day’s ‘Misunderstood’

9 October 2016

by James Fleming Time heals all wounds. But, in this case, D-Day could do with a few more. A couple of battle-scars, a year on the road, just a bit more time, and the scars will start to appear. Love, loss, loathing; ugly, glorious scars that will leave a deep and necessary impact on D-Day’s […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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In Review: Amy MacDonald ‘This Is The Life’

17 August 2016

by Danielle Holian Hailing from Scotland, folk-rock singer-songwriter, Amy Macdonald’s debut album, This Is The Life, entered the charts at number two. Macdonald has a talent for folk-styled storytelling, her voice has a vintage feeling to it and her music is country-influenced. Her music comes across as that older women, compared to that a young […]

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In Review: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

17 July 2016

by Britney Holian The film, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, is based on Stephen Chbosky’s best-selling young-adult novel. The movie stars Logan Lerman (Starting Over), Ezra Miller (We Need To Talk About Kevin), and Emma Watson (Harry Potter). The storyline is based around Lerman’s character, Charlie, who is coping with the death of his best friend, in […]

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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: The Pretty Reckless ‘Take Me Down’

17 July 2016

by Danielle Holian The Pretty Reckless are back with their new single ‘Take Me Down’ from their forthcoming third studio album. The single’s cover art shows a devilish hand shaking a human’s hand. Frontwoman Taylor Momsen puts her all into this song with her signature raspy and soulful delivery throughout the tune. The opening lines of the […]

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