Despite splits and court cases, New Order are playing and recording again – and coming to Electric Picnic
With one week to go, here’s a sneak preview of the Stradbally site so you can pick out your camping spot
Ralph Rolle returns to Ireland with his culinary cap on this summer, as part of the Electric Picnic’s Theatre of Food line-up
Fresh from his Mercury Prize nod, grime MC, actor and Electric Picnic performer Kano is ready for his Stradbally close-up
Savages, Julia Jacklin, Whitney, Sample Answer, that sensible lad with the shopping bag on his head...
Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony unite against Twitter trolls and we pick our must-sees for Electric Picnic 2016
Hotly tipped duo All Tvvins trace a line from their first-ever jam together to finding their feet on the Dublin music scene and taking their sound to the wider world
Ballaghadreamers, Sing Sing and the Gypsy Dogs and The Dandy Horses are among acts
The singer will perform for one night, and footage from it will appear in Blinder Film’s documentary
The music and arts festival will also feature a closing parade through the Stradbally site on its Sunday night
Band pull out of European dates after issues with the recording of their second album
Don’t be fooled into buying fake tickets online. Here’s what to watch out for
For months, Denis O’Brien has battled Dublin public affairs firm Red Flag in the High Court, claiming that an illegal conspiracy exists to damage him. But how did it come to this? Peter Murtagh explains a tortuous trail . . .
The Icelandic band slow burn their way into a set that becomes otherwordly in Kilmainham
Artists will work on site to create a piece for the music and arts festival
The Barcelona festival is an excellent primer for what’s coming to Ireland this summer and beyond. Here’s what we caught and where you can track them down
Brian Boyd: If you must go to a music festival . . . please keep it to yourself
Megan Russel sees fashion as an opportunity for self-expression and pushing boundaries
Laine, My Love sits under the railway bridge on Talbot St, a stone’s throw from Connolly Station
In How Music Works, Niall Byrne talks to people about their work in music. This week Cormac Cashman discusses his MO for promoting Mother, Sweatbox and Prhomo
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