Brendan Gleeson gives the performance of his career in bleak Irish western Calvary, but does the film itself match up? MacDara Conroy isn't so sure
There's nothing particularly awe-inspiring about Darren Aronofsky's Bible-inspired epic Noah, says MacDara Conroy
'Not musical alchemists on some lofty pedestal, just goofy teenagers with some chops and an ear for an interesting tune' - MacDara Conroy on Lance Bangs' Slint documentary Breadcrumb Trail
Captain America: The Winter Soldier has 'ambitions as a homage to 1970s political thrillers, which is perhaps overselling things a bit' says MacDara Conroy
'They were angry, they felt ignored and they were ready to sing about it' - Niall McGuirk on Southern Lord's recent reissuing of The Offenders' Endless Struggle & We Must Rebel LPs
'The longer the journey continues the richer the past becomes' - Siobhán Kane talks to John Power of The La's & Cast who will be playing an acoustic Irish tour later this month
'I could hardly bear to think of all the years I had spent on the street in what now seemed to have been a 20-year exercise in futility' - Siobhán Kane talks to The Space...
'It always feels a bit like plugging in to an electrical socket: you get simultaneously charged, but also slightly frazzled' - Siobhán Kane spoke with Julia Kent, who plays Cork's Triskel Arts Centre & Dublin's Odessa...
'I think some people sit down and they intend to write a song. I just sit down when the song tells me to write a song' - Dave Donnelly spoke with John Murry ahead of...