MacDara Conroy picks some unsung favourites from the past two years in heavy music
‘A voyage, as all performances by The Necks are, and this one braves some particularly stormy waters’ - MacDara Conroy on the Australian improv jazz trio’s gig at the Peacock
Experimental musician Brian Conniffe is the latest subject of FRACTURED, a new documentary series on Irish underground music
MacDara Conroy surveys the landscape of heavy, noisy and interesting music over the past 12 months
With their two latest releases, Dutch ‘heavy jazz’ duo Dead Neanderthals make music for the body and the head, says MacDara Conroy
Mad Scientists of Music Live promises a night of chiptunes, circuit bending and noise at the Twisted Pepper on September 16th
'Positive pop melody is pushed to the fore' on Melt-Banana's Fetch 'and the results are pretty damn infectious,' says MacDara Conroy
'I met people who had broken people's necks without a second thought' - MacDara Conroy talks influences, mindsets and obsessions with the clandestine Dragged Into Sunlight
'It's like being offered to go by the hand with a stranger into the dark woods' – MacDara Conroy talks to William Bennett, AKA Cut Hands and DJ Benetti, ahead of his Dublin shows on 29 and 30 December.
No Spill Blood, Windings, Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, Iceland's Dead Skeletons and a whole lot more play the three day Noise Weekender in Cork, starting September 28th.