• In Photos: Beyond the Pale 2023

    Beyond the Pale took place at Glendalough Estate in Co. Wicklow over the weekend featuring live performances from Grace Jones, Leftfield, Thundercat, Oneohtrix Point Never, Hot Chip, Little Dragon, Charlotte Adigery & Bolis Pupul, For Those I Love, Candi Stanton, Pillow Queens, Just Mustard, Squid and more. Photos by Leah Carroll Day 1: Day 2: Day 3:

  • The Breeders, Orbital, Ash and More Added to BBC’s Biggest Weekend in Belfast

    The final acts to play at BBC’s Biggest Weekend in Belfast across May 25-26 has been announced, and it’s pretty special. Joining the likes of Beck, Courtney Barnett and Manic Street Preachers are The Breeders, First Aid Kit, Goldie, Orbital, Little Dragon, Franz Ferdinand, Young Fathers and Ash. We’re going out on a limb here: this is probably the strongest line-up for a festival in Northern Irish music history. Don’t pass up the chance to get tickets when they go on sale this Monday at 10am.

  • Little Dragon – Season High

    Little Dragon are a band that have bumped along quietly since they first appeared with their self-titled debut album in 2007. While they’ve never troubled the top of the charts, they’ve trodden their own path, making solid synth-pop albums while also collaborating with various acts in the hip-hop/R’n’B firmament, with singer Yukimi Nagano lending her vocals to tracks by Big Boi, Mac Miller and Kaytranada among others. After ten years, four albums and numerous EPs they’re on to their fifth full-length effort, ‘Season High’. The album, much like their previous efforts, is a mix of styles with multiple genres being…

  • Little Dragon Set For Dublin Hallowe’en Show

    Touring in support of their recent fifth full-length studio album, Season High, Swedish electronic quartet Little Dragon will play their first Irish show in three years when they hit up Dublin’s Vicar Street on Hallowe’en night (October 31 – just in case). Tickets for the show are priced at €24.50 (incl. booking fee) and go on sale at 9am on Thursday, May 4.