Citog Roisin Dubh: 21/1/15


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.

Sin’s Most Anticipated Albums Of 2015

Grimes Main

A new year brings new albums, and Sin takes a look through the year’s most anticipated releases.

Five Irish Bands To Watch In 2015


NUI Galway, as the observant among you may have noticed, is based in Ireland.

We Are Never Ever Ever Getting Back Together: Taylor Swift Pulls Albums From Spotify in New Promotional Bid.


Whether you’re a fan of her music or not the chances that you haven’t heard of Taylor Swift’s new album are next to none.

Review-Iceage-Plowing Into The Field Of Love


Iceage appeared in a fit of violence and disinterest with their first album New Brigade in 2011.

Review – The Twilight Sad – Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave


Scottish three-piece The Twilight Sad recently turned ten.

Sin Meets Featuring X


  The all – girl indie group, Featuring X were gigging in Monroe’s on 10 October, bringing their talent and spark to the West.

Caribou Enchants On ‘Our Love’


Our Love is the seventh studio album to be released by Canadian musician, composer and recording artist Daniel Snaith and the third to be released under his moniker Caribou.

Embrace The VOIDS With The Begin EP


  Sometimes, when you’re researching a band online and you can’t find any information on them, you start to get really frustrated with Google.

Alt-J Do It Again With This Is All Yours


How does a band one-up their Mercury Award winning debut album?