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The Rise of Indie Rock

Dublin Love:Live Music Day Events on Film

New Fiona Apple Album

Premi?re Of Linda Buckley's Cos?n de Solas Geala? Bu?

Bloom On Bloomsday

Hard Working Class Heroes Celebrates 10 Years

Bang On A Can Marathon

What's the Frequency, Kenneth?

Crash at the Traffic Control Centre

New Academic Book Reviews



Family Phonography

Stephen Graham listens to Roger Doyle's Chalant ? Memento Mori, in which answer phone messages from the late-1980s serve as the basis for music of great poignance. read more


Anna Murray talks to the director of new student-run contemporary music ensemble Kirkos after Blackout, their final performance of the season. read more


Cork Institute of Technology PhD Scholarship Scheme

Cork Institute of Technology is offering PhD scholarships, one of which may be awarded in music. read more

Pipe Making At PipeCraft

Na P?obair? Uilleann (NPU) is seeking donations to be able to deliver the full programme of courses planned at its new pipe-making training facility, PipeCraft, in Clonshaugh, Dublin. read more

Concorde Premiere Raymond Deane

Concorde will perform a new piece by Raymond Deane alongside music by Deirdre McKay, Wolfgang Rihm and others on 1 July. read more

Annbj?rg Lien's New Album

Annbj?rg Lien, currently performing with the String Sisters at the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention, has released her eighth solo album, Khoom Loy, on Compass Records. read more

Irish Composition Summer School Anniversary

The Irish Composition Summer School will celebrate its thirtieth year with a special event on 7 July. read more

Dan Trueman, Yurodny, Science, Film?

Sci-Lens (?... is to tradition what silence is to sound'), involves ?the design and building of new gestural interfaces; physical and virtual electronics for the translation of traditional music into contemporary language, and an exploration of the meaning of sound in space.' read more

Something Old, Something New With Philip Lawson

Guitarist Philip Lawson will perform music by Dave Flynn, J.S. Bach, Toru Takemitsu, John Dowland and Astor Piazolla in Dublin on 29 June. read more


Lau are playing concerts at the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention in McGrorys, Culdaff, Co Donegal; in the Glens Centre in Manorhamilton, Co Leitrim; and in the Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre, in Naul, Co Dublin over the coming days. read more

Tujacques Album Launch

Trinity College professor Matthew Causey's band combines Louisiana rhythm-and-blues with punk and alt-country in an academic experiment-turned-band. read more

Blas International Summer School

Concerts at Blas this year at the Irish World Academy at the University of Limerick feature Iarla ? Lion?ird, Steve Cooney, Tom Doorley, Derek Hickey and guests on Wednesday 27 June, and Breannd?n ? Beaglaoich, Seamus Begley, Michelle Mulcahy and guests on Wednesday 4 July. read more

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