McCartney brings a little extra magic to Kanye’s new tunes.

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“This Paul McCartney guy is gonna be HUGE after this song”.

Rising Galway band featured in Mexican movie documentary.

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A young band based in Moylough, County Galway have had a particularly exciting start to their new year.

Irish Electronic Music In 2015

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Over the past few years more and more musicians have been trading in guitars and delving further into the world of synths, samples, drum machines and vocoders.

What makes a Gamer?

The stereotype of a Gamer needs to change

In August, the biggest controversy to hit gaming since Jack Thompson accused video games of making people more violent, arrived.

Where does ‘Charlie’ rank in the top political dramas?

How does Charlie stack up against House of Cards?

After the three part series about the rise and fall of former Taoiseach Charles Haughey reached its conclusion in weeks past, we look at where the RTE programme ranks among the top political dramas on TV.

War of the Consoles

The Console Wars

Times have definitely moved on since the days of Pong and Frogger.

Citog Roisin Dubh: 21/1/15

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Citog is arguably the best free night Galway has to offer. It brings an eclectic array of indie, punk, folk, rock, diva rock and everything else in between to audiences three out of four Wednesdays of the month.

Charlie: RTE One; an overview.

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The three part series which was over a year in the making, cannot be described as anything other than accomplished.

Are the Avengers Really Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?

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  The Marvel Cinematic Universe is now accustomed to total success. With Avengers Assemble as the third-highest grossing film of all time and the franchise’s overall gross second only to Harry Potter, Marvel Studios has the world in the palm of its hand, but is this fair?

Japanese convention captivates college

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By Micheál O’Brien Anime and Manga, Japan’s distinctive traditions of animation and comic books, were celebrated in NUI Galway last weekend. Akumakon, the West of Ireland’s largest convention for Japanese culture took place from 16-19 January in Áras na Mac Léinn. Organised by the Anime and Manga society in the college, the convention boasted over […]