Dee and her hangover head to Mitchelstown for craft beer agus ceol.
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.
The Killers set The O2 ablaze, and solidify their status as one of modern rock's best live acts.
Bloc Party finally return to Ireland and remind everyone why they were a force to be reckoned with in the first place.
As Suggs himself said - something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Madness have the live set down to a fine art
Despite feeling under the weather, Swedish songsmith Jens Lekman dazzled his audience at Whelan's with endearing stories and songs.
Hard Working Class Heroes celebrates ten years in business, keeping us all busy over three days in the city.
Hayley checks out the final instalment of the Meteor Live Sessions, with performances by The Would Be's, Deaf Joe, Senakah and Le Galaxie.
Arthur's Day 2012 in Cork was something really special, says Dee, as she took in free performances by Fatboy Slim and Ellie Goulding.
Nadene checks out the second instalment of the Meteor Live Sessions, featuring performances by Cat Dowling, Laura Sheeran and Ham Sandwich.
The first episode of Meteor's three-part venture into the depth's of Dublin's Hipsteropolis features a covers band, a singer songwriter and a band booked on 4 hours' notice on Junior Cert results night. What could possibly go w...