• Architects Irish Tour

    Architects kicked off their long awaited reschedule Irish tour on Thursday in the Academy in Dublin then up to the Oh Yeah centre in Belfast with support from Red Enemy and Vile Regression. Photos by Isabel Thomas and Sara Marsden. The Academy, Dublin by Isabel Thomas Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast by Sara Marsden

  • AAA: Red Enemy @ The Button Factory, Dublin

    In this huge installment of AAA (Access All Areas) we go behind the scenes with Red Enemy as they launched their highly anticipated self-titled debut album in the Button Factory in Dublin last Friday. Hefty support came from four other incredible acts on the night- Overhead The Albatross, Frustration, Nibiru and Bitch Falcon. Our photographer Carlos Daly spent the entire evening with all of the bands on the bill as they set up and psyched themselves out ahead of the gig. Check out the gallery below for a comprehensive overview of the launch.

  • The Thin Air’s Top 100 Irish Tracks of 2013 (50-35)

    With 2014 fast approaching, we’re very itchy underfoot to wrap up our countdown of our top 100 Irish songs of 2013. A veritable wealth of great music of practically every shade of genre featured in the first and second installments of the list and we very much continue on that trend on from tracks #50 to #35. Check back next week for tracks #34 to #1 and have a very merry festive period from us in the meantime! 50. Linebacker Dirge – Words Are Missing Fronted by Jason Gibson, Belfast-based alt-rock quartet Linebacker Dirge are comprised of members of bands including…

  • Red Enemy sign to Mediaskare, release new video

    In a brilliant one-two, Dublin progressive hardcore/metal band Red Enemy have announced they have joined the roster of U.S.-based Mediaskare Records, unveiling the video to their latest single ‘Changing The End’ in the process. In a post on their official Facebook page, the five-piece said, “We’re chuffed to announce that we have officially joined the Mediaskare Records roster. Mediaskare has been the home to some of our best friends and favourite metal bands down through the years and it’s truly an honour to be a part of their future plans. You can expect an album in 2014 but we will have more…