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How to celebrate post-submission in Belfast!

September 16, 2013


So you’ve finally done it, hooray 🙂 If you’re reading this, we hope that after a lot of blood, sweat, and tears you have submitted your MA dissertation or PhD Thesis. After you catch up on some much needed sleep here are some fun ways to celebrate in Belfast this week: Go to the theatre […]

Belfast Festival at Queen’s: The Tallest Man On Earth

November 20, 2012


Verena Stuhlinger reviews  The Tallest Man on Earth gig which took place in the Mandela hall recently as part of the 50th Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s. As part of this year’s 50th Belfast Festival at Queen’s no other than Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson, better known under his stage name The Tallest Man on Earth, made his […]

Music Profile: Icon on Fire

July 4, 2012


Born to set the stage ablaze… interview with one of the rising bands of the Irish stage, Icon on Fire     PG Voice : Can you guys introduce yourselves ? Who are you ? Icon on Fire : We are Icon on Fire, we are an alternative rock band from Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. We are  made […]

Music in the Mud

March 23, 2012


The sun is shining, Spring is here, and Riona Kelly brings us her Independent Festival Round Up for the months ahead… It’s that time of year again folks; the big festivals and gigs are revealing their headliners and there seems to be more choice than ever. While there’s plenty on offer from festivals such as […]

Still the Boss

March 19, 2012


Ben Quinn reviews Bruce Springsteen’s hotly anticipated new album Wrecking Ball and wonders where has the ‘world gone wrong’…   It comes as no surprise to a proud Boss fan that Bruce Springsteen’s newest album “The Wrecking Ball” has been interpreted as a call to arms for all those disenfranchised by the on-going financial meltdown […]

Top Music of 2011

December 10, 2011


Neil Dickson reviews his favourite music releases of the past year…… Devin Townsend Project – ‘Deconstruction’ and ‘Ghost’ Devin Townsend is without a doubt, a genius of the music industry who provides for everyone whether it is blues, metal, pop, rock, country or ambience. After the end of ‘Strapping young lad’ (SYL) in 2006, Devin Townsend […]