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 firstname.lastname@example.org. For advertising queries get in touch with our head of sales in Ireland & UK Adam Heaton email@example.com
Allan Kingdom discusses staying grounded after working with artists as prolific as Kanye West, Denzel Curry and more. The following is an extract from District Magazine Issue 002, as Coili Collins catches up with the St Paul artist.
You’d never know from chatting to Joe Thornalley that he’s driven in supercars with superstars. Below is an extract from Issue 002 where Adam Heaton and Vegyn discuss newly opened doors, pop music... And inevitably Frank Ocean.
After a meteoric rise to the public's attention, Bugzy Malone has built an empire within the now effectively mainstream grime and UK hip hop scene. With his third EP freshly released alongside consistent collaborations with urban clothing outfitter, Supply & Demand, Bugzy has unapologetically infiltrated the eyes and ears of popular culture, and is here to stay.
Eric Davidson connects with Jason Williamson, the voice of Sleaford Mods, ahead of their highly anticipated performance at Body&Soul this weekend. He discusses the placid masses and how the revolution isn't coming any time soon.
Mura Masa's collaborations with figures as prolific as A$AP Rocky and as meteoric as Dublin's own Bonzai have solidified his place among the UK's production elite. We catch up with him ahead of his performance at Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival.
Syd has been a common denominator in two of the most progressive-sounding groups to emerge over the past decade, in Odd Future and The Internet. On the back of her debut solo record, we caught up with her to discuss touring and social media's place in live music.
Kirk Knight is the production mastermind behind many of the tracks released by Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era collective. In recent years though he has picked up the mic himself. We caught up with the rapidly ascending artist to talk about his disdain for social media and how it often leads to depression