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The Killers: the popular US band are playing their largest Irish headline show to date

Saturday, June 23rd Elvis Costello & The Imposters Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin; 8pm; €66.45; bordgaisenergytheatre.ie The ticket price is e(...)

The long locks have been shorn, the trademark hat has been binned and the first single from James Bay’s second album was enough to have fans of the ro(...)

U2 back on stage at Croke Park, thirty years after they performed “The Joshua Tree” in Dublin. The band is one of a number represented by Universal Music. Photograph: Eric Luke

Revenues from the sale of CDs more than halved at Universal Music Ireland 2016 hitting profits at the group. Accounts just filed with Companies Offi(...)

It’s safe to say that You Me at Six aren’t the same band as they used to be. The Surrey quintet have distanced themselves from their emo roots to suc(...)

Three years after almost giving it all up to write music for movies, KT Tunstall has rediscovered her love of pop. The Scot’s sixth album is a depart(...)

 James Murphy from  LCD Soundsystem would like to cordially invite you to the Electric Picnic main stage at just after midnight on Saturday. Photograph: Estela Silva/EPA

MAIN STAGE FRIDAY 22.30-00.00 The Chemical Brothers 21.00-22.00 The 1975 19.30-20.30 Nas 18.15-19.00 ABC 17.00-17.45 Ryan Sheridan SATURDAY 00.(...)

Conor O’Brien of Villagers

Conor O’Brien has won best album at the 2016 Ivor Novello Awards for Villagers’ Darling Arithmetic. The album was chosen over In Colour by Jamie XX an(...)

Adele used her first win to announce she was supporting singer Kesha, who has been embroiled in a lawsuit with her mentor-producer Dr Luke. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

Adele has made history at this year’s Brit Awards by becoming the most successful artist in any one year since Blur in 1995. The singer picked up fo(...)

Taylor Swift performs during her ‘1989’ World Tour in Sydney last month. Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty

California hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar led the Grammy nominations on Monday, scoring 11 nods including album of the year for “To Pimp a Butterfly.”(...)

Dara Kilkenny of the British and Irish Modern Music Institute in Dublin: “It’s important to be creative and an artist, but you also need to eat and have a roof over your head.” Photograph: Ruth Medjber

The inner-city community of the Liberties’ in Dublin 8 has been sharing its streets, shops and flats with art students ever since NCAD set up in Th(...)

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