The Art of Character: An Interview with Farmer Michael

Cailean Coffey interviews comedian Stevo Timothy on his recent success and personal struggles. It’s 2pm on a cold Tuesday afternoon. The phone rings, and with it comes the voice of one of Ireland’s most under-valued comics, Steve Timothy. It’s likely you’ve seen his work online, with his online videos garnering millions since he began releasing videos online. Filmed from his car, his videos have touched … Continue reading The Art of Character: An Interview with Farmer Michael

Carrie and Lowell: 5 Years On

  Julie Landers writes on how Sufjan Stevens’s inimitable album—and art—reflects death, grief and family At the end of this month, Sufjan Stevens’ Carrie and Lowell will turn 5 years old. Throughout his career, Stevens has proved himself time and time again to be an intuitive and breathtakingly honest musician who has ceaselessly challenged himself and the soundscapes he works upon. His projects have taken … Continue reading Carrie and Lowell: 5 Years On

Artificial Intelligence is Replaying the Video Game Industry

Grace Byers looks at how video-game technology has changed over the last 50 years as we move into the digital age of streaming Artificial intelligence has made significant changes to many industries over the last couple of years. Some of these include health, legal, retail, and music industries. Today I am going to take you through how artificial intelligence has altered the video game industry.  … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence is Replaying the Video Game Industry

Inside House of Kerry

  Grace Claro interviews Christine O’Donoghue de Vries, a former UCC Law graduate turned award winning sustainable artist designer and the woman behind House of Kerry   For this month’s issue, I had the pleasure of collaborating with Kerry based artist and award-winning designer Christine O’Donoghue de Vries. She is the creator of House of Kerry, a nature inspired and sustainability-focused Irish designer brand, located … Continue reading Inside House of Kerry

Motley’s Ones To Watch 2020

Whether it be an artist doing something new with the medium or a group destined for fame, check out Motley’s take on who to watch for 2020, writes Niamh Browne. Alex Gough: Cork’s own (well, sort of) and recent Motley cover star, Alex Gough is set to go from strength this year. Ireland’s hip-hop scene is having a moment, from Rejjie Snow to Soulé to … Continue reading Motley’s Ones To Watch 2020