Members of the Lana del Cult rejoice: your dark queen is back among you
He wowed Glastonbury at 16 with his political songs, but the London singer-songwriter says his primary reason for playing music is pure enjoyment
Government needs to realise we already consume drugs with dangerous abandon
Model Katie O’Donoghue unable to work after being struck with glass bottle
That the Roscommon town has the cheapest housing in the State is down to official policy
Syrian conflict and mother and baby homes among political themes in the two events
BBC ‘Gardener’s World’ presenter heads a long list of experts at popular nine-day event
ThisIsPopBaby brings its cabaret, club culture and GAA aerial dance to Vicar Street
The xx, Duran Duran and Chaka Khan headline this year’s sold-out festival
Miriam Lord pays a house call to Miriam and Ashok, the parents of our next taoiseach
Hannah Reid on how the band got lost on the road, and working with ‘rock star’ producers
Some 60% of festival-goers surveyed agreed they 'spend too much money at festivals'
More and more people are seeking alternatives to the monster, big-act music festivals
Pedal-powered karaoke, whin bush rockets and a Bin Boat: meet the Belfast artist and engineer whose crazy creations have been to Glastonbury, Electric Picnic and Venice Biennale
Pair sued organisers and security firm for assault, wrongful arrest and false imprisonment
The Lean in 15 fitness guru is on a crusade to change the way we think about food
Mike Hadreas found fame with songs about his messy history with drugs, alcohol and sex abuse. Now he’s focusing less on darkness and more on beauty and magic in the world
The JNLR survey is out. What does it tell us about our listening habits?
Consider every weekend until the end of May as practice sessions for getting yourself festival fit for the summer
Bananarama were the biggest girl group of the1980s. Can Siobhan, Keren and Sara recapture their glory days?
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