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Drop-d Debates: The Script

Posted on 12th Apr 11 by | comments 1

In the first of another new series of articles here on the D, we pit our writers against each other in a contest of who can tell the other they’re wrong the loudest. This week? The Script. Harmless pop or evil incarnate? James Hunter and Caroline O’Donoghue discuss.

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Introducing: Slugbait

Posted on 2nd Feb 11 by | comments 1

The past twelve months have seen an incredible upswing in new bands in Cork city, filling up venues and garnering all the gigging experience they can. Paying the dues, so to speak. But there’s one band who have risen through the ranks in astoundingly short order, to become a staple of Cork live music, seemingly […]

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Gigs: Hands Up Who Wants to Die – Album Launch Tour

Posted on 23rd Jan 11 by | comments 0

This just in from slam poets/post-everything doomsayers HUWWTD‘s Facebook: Hands Up Who Wants To Die says Irish Album launch tour booked . During February we hit Galway on Thursday 10th playing the Roisin Dubh – 8pm/FREE IN , Then Cork on Friday 18th playing the Quad Bar – 9pm/FREE IN and Dublin on Friday 25th playing The Mercantile – […]

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Retro Gaming Review: F-Zero

Posted on 16th Nov 10 by | comments 1

For me, F-Zero was all about speed. It was never about the graphics, the somewhat annoying music, the lack of cars (sorry, hover-cars), the incredibly difficulty. It was the speed. To this day, I’m unable to quantify what it is about F-Zero that made it so fast. It’s one of the few games that really […]

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Interview: Therapy?

Posted on 8th Nov 10 by | comments 2

As part of celebrations for their twentieth anniversary, Northern Irish legends Therapy? embarked on a number of fan-favourite shows, some centered around 1994 classic Troublegum. Part of the itinerary was Cork, where for the Jazz Festival of October Bank Holiday, they treated long-time fans and newbies alike to two amazing sets spanning their recorded career and […]

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