Paul Noonan

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Paul Noonan and Daithí Ó Drónaí already had several irons in the fire before commencing work on this new project. Printer Clips features Noonan a(...)

Paul Noonan and Daithí Ó Drónaíi. Noonan is best known for his role fronting indie stalwarts Bell X1, and the mononymous Daithí as a producer of electronic music.

They both groan when they recall the process now, but it says a lot about Paul Noonan and Daithí Ó Drónaíi’s new joint musical endeavour that choosing(...)

Leagues O’Toole: ‘When the virus first emerged, quite quickly I lost my job – as did most of my colleagues’

The last year has been a strange time for everyone, but when you’re one of Ireland’s most renowned live music promoters it has proven doubly so. (...)

Brian Crosby was a member of the Bell X1 gang since their very early days, back when they were still known as Juniper and their singer was called Dami(...)

Brian Crosby’s  solo debut is called Imbrium.

Once upon a time, Brian Crosby was best known as a founding member of Juniper, the band which became Bell X1 after Damien Rice’s departure. After almo(...)

Nanny Nellie’s Panto Telly: Peter Pan, at Cork Opera House last Christmas. Photograph: John Allen/COH

Panto season is a bit different this year, with productions either moving online or, in a few innovative cases, switching to a drive-in format. All th(...)

Henge: ‘A band of beings from the far corners of the galaxy, converging in Manchester, Planet Earth, to bring a kind of music new to your world!’

Saturday, April 20th EB the Younger Whelan’s, Dublin Eric Brandon Pulido is taking advantage of his band Midlake’s extended downtime by touring solo (...)

Keith Kenniff aka Goldmund

Who: A composer of soothing minimal music Where: Portland, Oregon Why: Minimal, neo-classical and ambient are some of the winners of the streaming mus(...)

The Humours of Bandon

At the Imagining Ireland concert at the Barbican earlier this month, Paul Noonan of BellX1 described the multifaceted gig as “a photograph of some of (...)

Bell X1: five nights, five different shows

We would wager a hefty bet that when Bell X1 formed in 1997 (out of the ashes of a band called Juniper, which had in its ranks singer and songwriter D(...)

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