In advance of their Olympia show tomorrow night, our David counts down his favourite Suede tracks...
A poorly written and ultimately unsatisfying look at the last two years of Princess Diana's life.
We've summed up everything we're looking forward to about Electric Picnic 2013 into a pithy 28 points. And just like this Friday coming... we've probably forgotten something. Ain't nothin' gonna get you in the festival mood lik...
Dave has a bone to pick with you. You and your acoustic guitar and your broken heart, that is.
Dee and her hangover head to Mitchelstown for craft beer agus ceol.
Kanye follows up the exceptional My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and the uneven Watch the Throne with a much more primitive work that's somewhat reminiscent of his sound circa 808s.
They have one of the greatest discographies in all of metal, and so Ramp resident Iron Maiden nutjob Niall counts down their finest releases.
Step back in time to the peak of Maiden's eighties period with this satisfying, justified re-release.
So you're trying to woo a person of the indie persuasion, but you're as cool as a Tabasco upchuck. Ramp.ie to the rescue.
So you want to do a workout, but the gym is playing David Guetta? Stick these beauts on your iPod instead.
Broken down into the sum of its parts, Imaginature is an album worth investigating. Put back together with some ballsy, out-there moments including a cheesy sax solo, HK119 should be demanding more attention.
As she prepares to release her first album since 2008, Bjork's favourite artist HK119 talks to Seán O'Toole about nature, electronica and love songs.