David Gray Comes to Cork 2020

 Singer/songwriter David Gray’s stopping in Cork for the 20th anniversary of Ireland’s biggest-selling album, Motley reports. ‘The White Ladder’ was a low-budget success story. Singles such as ‘Babylon’ inspired countless successors, including the current boom of British acoustic guitar-led music. It spent 3 consecutive years in the UK charts and sold 350,000 copies in that time.     The album is getting a reissue and … Continue reading David Gray Comes to Cork 2020

In Conversation with Aidan Gillen

Eoghan Scott chats to Irish Actor, Aidan Gillen, whose career has recently been moving from hit series to hit series – and much more in between.   This summer, Triskel Arts Centre welcomed celebrated Irish actor Aidan Gillen (Love/Hate, Game of Thrones) to host a screening of his favourite films from the 1980s. On the bill for the evening were David Lynch’s iconic Blue Velvet, … Continue reading In Conversation with Aidan Gillen

Direction and The Damned: Wes Orshoski

Interview by Hassan Baker The Damned are the forgotten pioneers of the punk movement. Wes Orshoski (director of ‘Lemmy: 49% mother**ker. 51% son of a bitch) documents the forgotten band in his latest film ‘’The Damned: Don’t You Wish You Were Dead’, showing every side of the band, the raw, power filled live group, to a couple of guys struggling to hold everything together.   … Continue reading Direction and The Damned: Wes Orshoski