Cork-born NYC-based pop artist Lenii teams up with Icarus Moth on the luminous ‘What You Do’

The track is the Cork-born NYC-based singer’s first release of 2019.

Premiere: Paddy Hanna searches for silence in new video for ‘Frankly, I Mutate’

The song is the title track from the singer’s latest album.

Hard Working Class Heroes is rebranding as Ireland Music Week this October

The music industry showcase festival has expanded its vision to include B2B and AIM Ireland events.

Premiere: Tomorrows return with new dense soundscapes of ‘Spectres’

It’s the band’s first release since 2016.

Watch The Murder Capital crack in coordination in ‘Green & Blue’

The track is the band’s second single.

Forbidden Fruit announce Irish stage line-up curated by District Magazine plus day break downs

The Irish stage is called the Somewhere Else Stage.

Culture Ireland have issued funding to a host of Irish artists and bands for international touring

This year the Arts Council received €75 million from the Government Budget.

FKA Twigs bounces back from surgery with stunning new single and video ‘Cellophane’

The singer underwent surgery to remove six fibroid tumours last year.

Le Boom team up with Æ Mak on massive new single ‘Dancing Bug’

The release comes with announcement of Le Boom’s biggest headline show to date in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.

These are the 10 new tracks you have to hear this week

New music from Fat White Family, Stealing Sheep, Lizzo, Lolo Zouaï, Just Mustard, Loyle Carner & more.

Cian Ó Cíobháin’s radio show An Taobh Tuathail marks 20 years on air with two special new music programmes and a Roisín Dubh gig

The Roisín Dubh gig will feature Mount Alaska, Ships and Anna Mullarkey.

SOMA’s April edition features Odd Morris & The Wha

The gig takes place next Friday 26th April.

Dublin’s Science Gallery are hosting a lecture with hip-hop artist Jahi on the intersection between hip-hop culture and education

The event is in succession with the Gods of Rap tour featuring Public Enemy, De La Soul and Wu Tang Klan.

What does the Copyright Directive currently mean for artists?

Tech giants will now have to enter agreements with creators in order to use their work on their platforms.

These are the 10 tracks we’ve had on repeat this week

New music from 070 Shake, Mutual Benefit, Boy Harsher, Anderson .Paak, Tame Impala, Kevin Abstract & more.

Lullahush’s ‘If Spring Had A Spare Room, I’d Share It with You’ is pure bliss

The Dublin producer is fast becoming one of Dublin’s most innovative new artists.

New artist of the week: Olympia might be your new favourite Aussie musician

We caught up with the singer ahead of her gig at Whelan’s supporting Julia Jacklin.

Wynona Bleach, Molly Sterling and Havvk amongst acts announced for Women’s Work 2019

The festival is an annual celebration of women in music.

Streaming Services VS The Songwriter: an exhausting, uphill battle

This week, songwriter big-guns including Nile Rodgers, Ross Golan, Greg Kurstin, Emily Warren and more signed an open letter to Spotify CEO Daniel Ek condemning the company’s decision to appeal the pay-out increase for songwriters.

Thumper are your hermit roommates in ‘In My Room’

It’s the band’s first release of 2019.