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Raglans

Minutes before they took to the stage to play the UCD Fashion Show in aid of the Jack Kavanagh Trust, buy cialis Raglans seemed confident of a warm reception, rx and having had a sneak peek of their set at…

A Drifter of Modern Times: Frank Fairfield

Geneva Pattison asks whether Frank Fairfield’s indulgence in the past makes for a relevant contemporary musician… Frank Fairfield’s dynamic musical dexterity paired with lilting Americana blue-grass sound, transports the listener from an existence ruled by technology straight to the rural…

Music Biopics: Compulsory Watching

Have you walked the line? Do you know what love’s got to do with it? More to the point, are you a twenty-four hour party person? If you’re confused, read on as Caitríona O’Malley delves into the heady world of…

Slanes Former Glory

Last week it was announced that Slane Castle won’t be going ahead this year, troche the second time in four years that this has occurred. While there’s nothing uncommon about this, for sale with there sometimes being two or three…

UCD Alumnus fails in bid for Mercury Music Prize

There was disappointment for Irish band Villagers last Wednesday as their second album {Awayland} lost out to James Blake’s Overgrown for the 2013 Mercury Music Prize. The Malahide based indie-folk trio, salve who are fronted by former UCD student Conor…

Body and Dole

A broke Ciaran Breslin reviews the experience of volunteering at Ireland’s fastest growing music festival. The week before I left to go to camping for four days in Westmeath, cialis with the call-centre where I was working offering less and…

Forbidden Fruit Reviewed

This summer marks the first time I am spending any considerable length of time in Dublin (or really anywhere in Ireland) as anything but a student. After three years of being comparatively marginalised by living in or around the self-contained…

Happy My Bloody Valentines Day

Ciaran Breslin and Peter Sweeney celebrate the end of a twenty year wait for My Bloody Valentine’s new album Music, discount as we know it now, here is a uniquely young art form. In contrast to painting or prose or…

The Siren’s definitive guide to…ERASMUS!

You may be one of those second years who have handed in the last of the Erasmus applications, or merely an elder statesperson of UCD, longing for the heady days of yesteryear (possibly just the one year of yester). The…

Review: Foals

Foals like to keep it old school.  They haven’t released an album since 2010, drugstore so their third album  has been greatly anticipated to say the least.  If you’re feeling slightly neglected, cialis fear not – Holy Fire will ease…

Changing Coat: Patrick Wolf

With an upcoming intimate gig in the Sugar Club and the release of his album Sundark and Riverlight, nurse The Siren catches up with musician and hipster fashion icon Patrick Wolf British singer-songwriter Patrick Wolf, pop music’s original wunderkind, has…

The Siren’s Definitive Guide to… Irish Historical figures

Who needs the UCD history behemoth that is Diarmuid Ferriter when you have us at The Tribune to summaries our nation’s meteoric rise in the 20th Century and extraordinary fall from grace. Bruno Mars- Just the Way You Are –…