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Paddy Hanna accepts that he has made an album that takes time to get to know, but one that is possibly his most beautifully-crafted.

Much like his music, you never know quite where a conversation with Paddy Hanna will take you. One minute you’re discussing the serious lyrical themes(...)

They may have (somewhat facetiously, we expect) called their debut album Fad, but there’s nothing about Silverbacks to suggest that they’re flavour of(...)

They are technically a “supergroup”, but none of Autre Monde’s members are household names – not yet, at least. The four-piece are comprised of member(...)

Autre Monde: ‘We wanted the music to feel like it was recorded in a Soviet bloc country by a band who only had one Madonna CD’

“What part of the body will I lose next?” It’s a fair enough question, especially when it comes from the mouth of a singer who has the scars to prove(...)

Spies

At the ripe age of 11, myself and Daniel Fox (later of Girl Band fame) were duly signed up for a summer camp in DCU and spent the week failing miserab(...)

Dermot Kennedy: transposes heartbreak and longing into songs that burn with mainstream pop flavour. Photograph by Nicole Nodland

What: Ireland’s fastest-rising artist Where: Dublin Why: Last October, Dermot Kennedy stepped on to the first of two sold-out Dublin shows in the Bu(...)

England’s Mark Foster shares the lead after the opening round of the Super 6 in Perth with local Brett Rumford. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty

England’s Mark Foster and local favourite Brett Rumford shot matching rounds of 66 to share the first round lead at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth(...)

Fans watch nervously as their team prepare to take an early penalty in the match between the Republic of Ireland and France during the Euro 2016 match, in the fanzone at Smithfield Square in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Writing just before the Republic’s elimination from the tournament, a local journalist described the image built up by the team’s fans in France as a (...)

Girl guys: “There are so many bands who seem to get a buzz going here, but they don’t put the work behind it, so it just seems to exist in Ireland”

The slow, steady approach for bands has a lot going for it. In the case of Dublin’s Girl Band, the road from schoolboy tyros sounding like their fa(...)