Monthly Archives: March 2011

Is radio-friendly really that friendly at all?

Dublin is getting it’s very own School of Rock this September. No, it’s not the one run by Jack Black in the movie of the same name. It’s the BIMM Dublin course which will be on offer at the Dublin Institute … Continue reading

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LBM make waves in a cut-throat music scene

The Lynchburg Mob have come a long way since forming in the summer of 2007. From winning Dublin City University’s Battle of the Bands 2010 and reaching the finals of the King Kong Klub bands competition, the four-piece headlined last … Continue reading

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New exhibition highlights Phil Lynott’s musical genius

An exhibition honouring the life of former Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott will focus on his impact as a lyricist and songwriter. The exhibition in Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre opened on the 4th of March. It was organized to … Continue reading

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