Gis A Hand!
We’re in the process of getting #rabble15 up and running and we want to hear from you. If you’ve any ideas of stories that we should cover, music we should be listening to, people we should be speaking to holler at us.
We’d a brilliant year last year releasing two whopper print issues, several videos, getting our Patreon page running, releasing Notes On Rave In Dublin and hosting an electric conference on Ireland’s dance music roots. Not to mention tearing the roof off the Sound House in The Wiley Fox after it.
2018 is shaping up to be more of the same with lots of tricks up our sleeves. Keep your eyes peeled for our first event of the new year in February. It’s gonna be a good ‘un.
Pride. Tinged With Sadness.
Jamie Goldrick chats to an Irish volunteer who traveled East to volunteer with the YPG in the fight against ISIS.
He chats about his motivations, life in Rojava and the realities of day-to-day life on the front-lines in Syria.
It’s been a momentous year for our neighbours and extended fam at Dublin Digital Radio. So, to top it off – we gave them a hand harvesting end of year listicles from the gazillions of shows holding things down on the station.
There’s been a huge response to this. And rather than blabbering on, we’re gonna let you dive right into the choons and commentaries.
But first, the gang are having something of a Christmas cracker down in Jigsaw on Friday. Barry Redsetta and Lumigraph are on duties. Might see ye there.
We’ll be hawking a few rabble prints and whatever else isn’t nailed down in the office.
Fresh Up On The Blog
Above: A photo of the protesters outside the Book of Kells from Trinity SU’s Twitter page. Followthem for more. Last week TCD students blocked access to Trinity via the Front Gate and prevented tourists from viewing the book of Kells...
Kabosh is a company on a mission to challenge the very notion of what theatre is. Their latest play Lives in Translation sold out the Belfast Festival in 2017 and is back for another run. It hones in on the survival instinct of one wom...
Politricks and that
Interviews and chat
Music Feels Good
Above: Patrick O’Brien captures the masked hip-hop crusader in his natural enviroment. From co-founding Galway’s Community Skratch games, being a member of the Vince McMahon scratch super-group to making some seriously innovative music...
Stuff From The Print Issue
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The Back Issues
a 56 page bumper issue! It produced more sleepless nights than a 4 day coke bender, not to mention the pit of endless procrastination and despair it provokes – but here it is….
Ah yes the accelerated growth of an unprecedented homeless crisis, more policing scandals, and the possibility of so much more labour unrest that 2016 already has more than a whiff of 1913 about it…
All The Rest!
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