Final (ish) Ruckus
One thing we know how to do in rabble is bring the ruckus. Logistical nightmares have forced us to push out our exhibition and planned “best of” collection to the New Year.
But we’re coming through with a big old bash in the Commercial Rowing Club on the banks of the Liffey for our FINAL (ISH) party-rave We’ve thrown some banging parties over the years and this one promises to top them with some of Dublin’s best selectors set to blast the dancefloor.
It’s a deadly little venue with a cheap-ass bar and a smoking area over-looking the river.
Hop a Luas out to Heuston and grab a cab with some mates to get there. The 26, 66, 66a, 66b and 67 all zoom out to the venue too. It’s a piece of piss, fifteen-minute journey affair.
The perfect place to lose your shit after the big housing protest march.
Many of us have been doing stuff with rabble for years on an entirely voluntary basis. There’s a huge amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to keep it going. Most of us have full time jobs and busy lives. We are time starved and are feeling the burn.
It’s come to stage where we want to throw our energy into other projects. Every dog has its day as they say, and for those of us involved in rabble it’s time to draw line under it and move on.
Rather than have the whole project fade away into oblivion with a whimper, we’re going to put our energy into celebrating what rabble brought to the media landscape over the last 15 issues.
Fresh Up On The Blog
Bearing The Brunt.
That our healthcare system is a source of fright for many isn’t anything new. it’s a dreaded rites of passage nearly to be left propped up on a trolley in a corridor as the numbers stuck waiting for bed reach an all-time high. Paul D...
Scandal Sheet From #rabble15
Keep the Pump Going Fella! Shane Ross spent most of his career in the Seanad and in Independent newspapers. He was elected to the Dail for the fi rst time in 2011, in Ireland’s recession election. It was rumoured he would run on a slate ...
Politricks and that
Interviews and chat
Music Feels Good
Putting A Label On It.#rabble15, Art, Blog, Culture, Interviews, Music, Print Edition, #rabble15, indie, Music, trad
Humble Serpent is a new record label launched at possibly the worst time you could pick to launch a record label. Sean Finnan caught up with one of the founders, vinny dermody, a 17 year veteran of Ireland’s independent scene with The...
Get Into The Groove.#rabble15, Art, Blog, Browse, Culture, Interviews, Music, Print Edition
They say the past is another country, but in the case of Ireland - it’s probably more like a parallel fecking looniverse. Rashers Tierney caught up with John Byrne to talk about the strange land that gave birth to the utterly fantastic...
Scratch That Itch.#rabble14, Blog, Culture, Music, Print Edition, hiphop, limerick
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
Sat here, farting out the fifteenth editorial of rabble, we’re again confronted by a shambolic media, both AT home and abroad. News of the hacking scandal at Independent News and Media is filtering in, with numerous journalists and their sources compromised…..
A lot has happened since the last bumper issue. We’ve a new taoiseach, we lost a garda commissioner and our city is being savaged by vulture funds. So, in true rabble fashion we’ve been sharpening our knives…
All The Rest!
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