Irish One Hit Wonders: Et Cetera by Sinéad Mulvey and Black Daisy

In this issue, Deputy Entertainment Editor Julie Crowley looks at a song called Et Cetera – Ireland’s unsuccessful Eurovision entry in 2009. It was the only Irish hit single by Sinéad Mulvey and Black Daisy.   Et cetera (et cetera) I heard that old song many times But I still believe you really wanted her I spent the day deciding should I go or stay … Continue reading Irish One Hit Wonders: Et Cetera by Sinéad Mulvey and Black Daisy

Clasped Palms for Dislocating Steel

Don’t play with something moderately platonic- If so, we’ll make it somewhat iconic- More so, the cries are primarily catatonic- If so, we’ll drip some purple-trimmed-tonic- Quite so, this room screams chronic-sonic- Tripped toes echo neck-jaw growls of something quite ironic- Quite now, I think I’ll make a pact with something wonderfully entropic, I don’t know, I may have slightly gone off topic. Icky. I … Continue reading Clasped Palms for Dislocating Steel

The Image Book Review: Cork Film Festival

Ave Imperator, morituri te salutant! – Hail the emperor, we who are mortal salute you! – should be written on every ticket for The Image Book, the newest film by the god of cinema himself: Jean-Luc Godard. (I examined my ticket very closely, by the way, but could not find it even in the smallest print.) Jean-Luc Godard, who turns 88 this December, is a … Continue reading The Image Book Review: Cork Film Festival