Post Tagged with: "Music"

Down on the corner…

Joanna Gilbert waxes lyrical about the often much maligned art of busking.

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Sex, drugs, rock, roll and a book

Emma McCarthy delves into the memories of music’s legendary strummer, Keith Richards.

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Pretty Little Liars

Jessica Corcoran digs six feet to get to TV’s deepest secrets.

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Vintage sounds

Was music really better in the old days? Without a doubt, in the eyes (and ears) of Joanna Gilbert.

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Seven is Heaven for Roy

Mark Roche caught up with Paul Wash of RoySeven in the run-up to the release of their second album.

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Ocean Colour Scene – Two decades on and still going strong

Last Wednesday night Mairead O’Brien had the pleasure of attending a gig by two traditional rock n’ rollers of the 90’s and was pleasantly surprised by what she found.

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Music for proverbial desert islands

Senior History lecturer Dr. David Ryan provides the first instalment in our UCC staff desert island discs.

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Japanese Cartoon? More Cleveland Show than Family Guy…

Hip-hop superstar Lupe Fiasco’s move into rock isn’t exactly a smooth transition as Alan McCarthy discovers.

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Introducing… James Blake

Who? James Blake is an electronic composer from London.

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Interview with Villagers

Just before their sold-out show at the Savoy in Cork before Christmas, Conor O’Brien of Villagers invited Music Editor Kevin O’Neill to the band’s dressing room to discuss the year just gone, flamenco dancing and chewing gum in Singapore.

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