Jarvis Cocker

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Christine  and The Queens play the main stage at Electric Picnic. Photograph: Dave Meehan for The Irish Times

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE: AN INCANDESCENT FINALE  Main stage, Sunday ★★★★☆ Electric Picnic 2019: everything is eclipsed by Florence Wel(...)

Electric Picnic 2019: Billie Eilish will be making her debut Irish open-air performance. Photograph: Rich Fury/Getty

IRELAND’S BIGGEST OUTDOOR MUSIC FESTIVAL KICKS OFF ON FRIDAY, IN THE GROUNDS OF STRADBALLY HALL, IN CO LAOIS. THE IRISH TIMES WILL BE THERE, WITH (...)

Maximum Media founder Niall McGarry at the company’s office in Fumbally Lane in Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When online publisher Joe released a mash-up in the UK this month of Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg as Pulp singer Jarvis Cocker, the internet almost (...)

Can we fix it?: Bob the Builder, an unlikely holder of a Christmas no 1. Photograph: Michael Buckner/Getty Images

Slade v Wizzard (1973) “The rivalry erupted in a custard-pie fight” – Dave Hill, guitarist, Slade Slade perform on a Christmas TV show in (...)

Kate Bush: treasure trove of lyrics. Photograph: AFP/ FIsh People/Trevor Leighton

She is famous for incorporating the work of Emily Brontë, James Joyce and Grimm’s fairytales into her work: now Kate Bush will publish her first book,(...)

Fans watch  Gang Of Four perform live on stage during the Rock Against Racism Red Rhino tour, at West Runton in  England, on  March 20th, 1979. Photograph: Virginia Turbett/Redferns

I haven’t been really and truly bored since sometime about 1997. Childhood was a horizonless sprawl of dead time and understimulated confinement, from(...)

Hayley Kiyoko

Superorganism: Superorganism Released in March, this debut album from the London-based multi-national eight-piece is much more than the sum(...)

That journey from the airport to the city centre. Photograph: Getty

Arrival Guide Travel website kayak.ie has revealed the most cost-effective and efficient ways for Irish passengers to make their way from the airport(...)

Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty arrive at the News from Nowhere Bookshop as the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu present Welcome To The Dark Ages last week in  Liverpool. Photograph:  Richard Martin-Roberts/Getty Images

Along with 399 other (mostly middle-aged, mostly male) ticket holders, I arrived in Liverpool on August 23rd with very little idea as to what I’d boug(...)

She became known for her quirky incursions into indie and pop with songs such as the Apple ad-featuring 1234, but for her fourth album Leslie Feist is(...)

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