by Cóilí Collins Cóilí/Shampain is a resident DJ in Electric nightclub, former electronic music editor of District Magazine, contributor to District and Four Four magazines, former resident DJ of Hangar, has written for Mixmag and worked on Rinse France. As Elon Musk put it on his most recent appearance on Joe Rogan’s infamous podcast, we’re all already cyborgs due to … [Read more...] about Soundtrack to sobriety with Shampain
From Gdynia to Galway: SIN meets singer-songwriter Agu
Growing up in a generation where many refuse to answer the door without a warning text, it’s pleasantly surprising when Polish-born musician Agu rejects a café meeting in favour of a fireside tête-à-tête. I’ll soon find out she’s no stranger to playing MC; she used to host live music in her living room to promote local artists. Bear in mind that hers is a standard suburban … [Read more...] about From Gdynia to Galway: SIN meets singer-songwriter Agu
SIN meets NUI Galway music man Tom Freeman
Through Rock Soc, Music Soc, the university orchestra, or just by meeting people through chance, NUI Galway has always had a way of nurturing the latent talent within those studying here, one such talented musician is Tom Freeman, a recent NUI Galway graduate. So, you’ve been involved with music in NUI Galway since you set your foot in the door, what enticed you to … [Read more...] about SIN meets NUI Galway music man Tom Freeman
Festival watch 2018: where do you need to be this summer?
It’s January and with nothing but lectures, assignments and the Galway rain to look forward to, why not plan ahead and suss out which musical festival you’d like to experience in the summer months? Life (25-28 May, Co. Westmeath) Reward yourself after final exams and kick off summer 2018 with an electronic bang at Life Festival. Not for the faint-hearted, Life is a … [Read more...] about Festival watch 2018: where do you need to be this summer?
Singing for help, millennials and the music of depression
‘It’s our party we can do what we want. It’s our party we can say what we want. It’s our party we can love who we want, we can kiss who we want, we can see who we want.’ These lyrics come from Miley Cryus’ renowned classic, We Can’t Stop. Aside from being a catchy summer anthem, this song belied a sense of consequence-less narcissism that accurately sums up the general mood … [Read more...] about Singing for help, millennials and the music of depression