Post Tagged with: "Music"

Kanye West: Beautiful, Dark, Twisted and Fantastic

Adam El Araby explores Kanye West’s Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

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Who’s around the corner?

Kevin O’ Neill takes a look at who will be big in 2011.

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Desert island discs

In the second installment of the series, Senior History lecturer Dr. Jason Harris talks us through his favourite tracks and artists.

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Where do we go from here? The words are coming out all weird…

Kevin O’Neill
Music Editor
I didn’t intend on beginning this piece with a sampling of Thom Yorke’s finest, but that’s just how it goes sometimes. But, the quote is very apt with regard to the future of the music industry.

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Introducing… Toby Kaar

Who? Toby Kaar is an electronic musician from Cork.

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Music in movies

Film scores and soundtracks were once a haven for classically trained musicians, though the tide is turning as the alternative kids take control. Daniel Rossen talks us through his favourites.

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Q & A with The Gorgeous Colours

This week Mairead O’Brien, had the pleasure of meeting the charming Philip O’Gorman, a member of the IMTV award-winning band The Gorgeous Colours. With their self entitled first LP being dubbed “a solid likeable indie-rock artefact” I was anxious to discover the secret to their growing popularity. .

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10 Things I Hate About… The X Factor

As far as I can tell, Kevin Curran isn’t too keen on all things Cowell, Cole and Walsh, but you tell me…

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Interview with Sean Kangataran

Irish folk-musician Sean Kangataran has taken up an unlikely home in Los Angeles since the release of his debut album last year. Music Editor Kevin O’Neill checks out the man, and the album, that was missed by many.

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Oh na-na, what’s her name?

Unforgettable pop sensation Rihanna looks like she’s set to continue her chart domination for a long time to come. Aine Organ talks us through her latest album, ‘Loud’.

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