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Graduate Interview Series – Alex Borwick

Alex is a graduate of our Sound Engineering & Music Production diploma course and he was kind enough to take some time out of his very busy schedule to meet us and have a quick chat! He talked about his time here and also gave his expert opinion of our brand new BA (Hons) Audio Production & Music Project Management course! Ran in collaboration with Dublin Business School, students can experience the best of many different aspects of the music industry and in particular, focusing on ‘real-world’ industry projects. Since graduating, Alex has been going from strength to strength in his

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Dublin Gig Guide: 2nd – 8th July 2018

Monday 2nd Trad Session @ Mother Reilly’s Bar & Restaurant – 9PM Tuesday 3rd Tremonti @ The Academy – 8PM Carron @ Crowbar – 8PM Bomba Estéreo @ Tivoli Theatre – 8PM Wednesday 4th The Cadillac Three @ The Academy – 8PM Sons Of Apollo @ Tivoli Theatre – 8PM Thursday 5th Alanis Morissette @ Iveagh Gardens – 7PM Mutefish & Bicurious @ Whelan’s – 8PM Friday 6th EELS @ Iveagh Gardens – 7PM Ray Scully @ The Bowery – 8PM Saturday 7th Micheal Bublé @ Croke Park – 5PM The The @ Iveagh Gardens – 6.30PM Sunday 8th Obie

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Dublin Gig Guide : 16th – 22nd October 2017

Dublin Gig Guide : 16th – 22nd October 2017 We have a jam packed week this week for you! An eclectic mix of gigs all around the city so you’ve no excuse not to get out and catch something! Let’s kick off as always with Monday night and we have The Breeders performing at Vicar Street! Pixies former bass player Kim Deal, started up The Breeders with Tanya Donnelly of Throwing Muses. alternative grunge rock is the order of the day here and doors for this one are at 8PM! Tuesday evening, The Sugar Club plays host to FORQ! FORQ

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New Music Monday – 26th June 2017

Kodaline – Brother The Irish 4-piece are back with a new single and album on the way. Lead single “Brother” is classic Kodaline, emotional lyrics and a well constructed chorus “Brother” ticks all the boxes. Grizzly Bear – Four Cypresses The third release off their up-and-coming album “Painted Ruins”. As Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossan says it was “Written from the perspective of a homeless man sleeping in a driveway of a place he was staying at in L.A., but broadened it to encompass his thoughts about a refugee experience and life through wartime.” Make of that what you will, but it’s a

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