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 Issue 002 here. We also publish a weekend preview every Tuesday highlighting 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 Craig Connolly craig@districtmagazine.ie

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Ariel Pink talks flattery & fame

We speak with the enigmatic Ariel Pink ahead of his return to Dublin on August 16 in Button Factory.

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Thundercat discusses how important Japan & LA are to his art

Thundercat graced the cover of Issue 004: Rebirth, featuring an interview and shoot by Ellius Grace. The LA artist discussed his love for Japanese culture, his formative years with close friend Kamasi Washington and working with Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald.

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J Colleran: “It’s really empowering to destroy something and start again.”

With the release of his new album 'Gardenia', Eric Davidson sits down with J Colleran for a conversation about starting fresh, featuring a shoot by Cáit Fahey for the cover of our June Guide to Dublin City magazine.

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Obie Trice: “These young kids are killing each other… Life is a stumbling block for art.”

Obie Trice speaks with Eric Davidson about creativity in cities like Detroit, being thrown into the deep end of the music industry & his current relationship with Eminem. He headlines BARE Festival July 6-7.

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Souls Of Mischief: “Use your own slang, use your own dialect, be yourself”

Souls Of Mischief will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut album ’93 ‘Til Infinity’ with a series of shows, including one in The Sugar Club on June 14. We caught up with Opio to discuss the early days touring with De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest and how they've managed to stay unified in creativity.

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