Art. Music. Culture.

District is a digital & physical magazine that focuses on the internal and external creative influences on Ireland that make it culturally significant. Our magazine is published quarterly. Get Issue 001 here and pre-order Issue 002 here. We also publish a weekend preview every Tuesday about the best things going on in Dublin. For music submissions or if you’re interested in contributing contact editor@districtmagazine.ie. For advertising queries get in touch with our head of sales in Ireland & UK Adam Heaton adam@districtmagazine.ie

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Kojey Radical: “Creativity has always been in Hoxton. If you have nothing, you make something.”

Spoken word, hip hop and contemporary dance artist Kojey Radical discusses gentrification in East London and the humbling nature of the UK and Ireland.

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Nite Jewel discusses her idea of home & the death of the indie label

For Nite Jewel (a.k.a. Ramona Gonzalez), home is where the music is; from growing up in one of San Francisco’s most eclectic districts, filled with formative inspiration; to a life and household that’s built upon the foundations of creativity and a shared passion for the art of sound.

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Mike Pickering discusses how club culture destroyed football hooliganism

Eric Davidson sat down with Mike Pickering in Dublin for a conversation about subcultures, social classes and football for District Magazine Issue One.

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Talking rules and rubbish with Egyptrixx

We had a brief chat with Egyptrixx about our respective cities; Toronto as a massive city that was originally planned to be suburban, with dysfunctional public transport and useless politicians; and Dublin as a much older, smaller city with similar problems.

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Plastician talks about the Grime community staying close-knit in 2017

Coming from the heart of London, Plasitician is one of the most respected and decorated figures in the now internationally booming Grime scene. Having a star-studded catalogue of collaborators to his name, Plastician's real legacy will lie not in the big names he has worked with, but the genres he has championed from their very origins. He spoke to us about his role in developing the Grime sound and how it became a notable UK Hip-Hop and Electronic genre

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