Nay McArdle

Nay McArdle

Nay McArdle loves good music, books, films and debate. When not writing about herself in the third person she can usually be found tweeting from @uneamino. She’s spent the past five years working in the media as a photographer, journalist, blogger and professional gig-goer. Apparently her Irish music blog Harmless Noise is pretty good. She lives in Dublin heaven with two kids, two cats and far too many DVDs.

Social Profiles

With their Satellite People EP out this Friday, Nay McArdle talks with Gavin Cowley of Glimmermen.
'Jimmy Cake' sounds like a sweet gangster or spiced teacake but instead is the name conferred by a seven-piece spread of musicians in Dublin. Nay McArdle spoke to Vincent Dermody and Paul G.Smyth ahead of their December 23rd Crawdaddy gig.
Wednesday, 30 November 2011 22:53

Tony Clayton-Lea - Joining The Dots

Songs, static and symmetry: Nay McArdle speaks to author and journalist Tony Clayton-Lea about his new book 101 Irish Records (You Must Hear Before You Die).
With his new album Golden Syrup just released on Osaka Records, Nay McArdle interviews Patrick Kelleher.
Saturday, 09 July 2011 10:25

Nina Hynes - Bling Ambition

Nay McArdle talks to Nina Hynes about crowdsourcing the funds for her new album Goldmine.
Wednesday, 06 July 2011 21:29

The Buzz Aldrin Allstars

World 9 for Super Mario Bros as The Buzz Aldrin All Stars take games soundtracks to a whole new level.
Thursday, 14 April 2011 08:59

Record Store Day 2011

Record Store Day will be celebrated the world over this Saturday, and Nay McArdle has put together a comprehensive roundup of this year's events here in Ireland.
Monday, 11 April 2011 20:30

Hugh McCabe - Traces Of The Real

Nay McArdle talks to Hugh McCabe about Traces Of The Real, his exhibition of song exposure photography which opens this week.
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 19:51

International Women's Day 2011

Nay McArdle on the importance of International Women's Day to Irish women.
Thursday, 03 March 2011 23:13

Alternative Spaces

Nay McArdle takes a look at Dublin's ever-expanding roster of alternative social spaces.
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