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.
You can't truly celebrate your Irishness until you admit your mistakes. Here are twelve. We're very sorry, world.
Foals' upwards trajectory shows no signs of flattening out any time soon, with a terrific demonstration of raw rock at The Academy.
'It's like a posthumous victory lap.' Ann Cronin catches up with Kerbdog to talk rejuvenation, Des Bishop and things that are better than sex.
Reznor, wife, and friends, offer up an album with enough of an identity of its own, making for an enjoyable trip though the apocalypse.
The Killers set The O2 ablaze, and solidify their status as one of modern rock's best live acts.
Kavinsky remains king of the modern retro electro genre with his first full length release.