• BREED @ The National

    Last night our photographer Sara Marsden popped down to Belfast’s The National to capture one-off street art exhibition, BREED. Showcasing work by Banksy, Faile, Antony Micallef, Paul Insect, Ian Francis, Herakut and more, the exhibition was curated by music video and fashion film director Neil Kerr (below).

  • Breed: Katie and the Carnival, Myles Manley & Hannah McPhillimy

    Belfast-based photographer Diarmuid Kennedy was in attendance at the latest installment of Breed at Belfast’s The Pavilion on Friday, September 28. The line-up featured fast-rising songstress Hannah McPhillimy, Dublin alt-folk master Myles Manley (above) and headliners, the ever-enchanting Katie and the Carnival. Check out Diarmuid’s photos from the night below!

  • Incoming: Myles Manley

    In the latest installment of Incoming we shoot the proverbial breeze with singer-songwriter Myles Manley, a completely one-of-a-kind artist born in England, raised in Sligo and currently based in Dublin. Idiosyncratic, offbeat and hugely accomplished, he evokes everyone from Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel and Bright Eyes and is a brilliant and unconventional poetic mind on the brink of breaking through.  Hi Myles. First off, what are your earliest memories of wanting to be a musician and performer? Are there any defining first moments? I started playing the bass at about 15 because there were around 20 electric guitar players in my year in…