Things We’ve Been Enjoying Recently

Text: Izzy Copestake

Image: Via Nia Archives – YouTube

We couldn’t let some of our favourite things slip through the cracks, from Lankum’s Ian Lynch taking on the horror genre, to Nia Archives in Pellador, here are some bits to dig into that we’ve been enjoying lately.


Nia Archives reps Pellador in New Music Video

It’s no secret that Nia Archives holds a special place in her heart for Ireland. The jungle artist and singer has shown her support for Emporium over the years, but now she’s also a Pellador girl. In her new music video for “Cards On The Table”, Archives can be seen repping the Pellador x Guinness knit, as well as the Pellador Piping Jersey. Nia’s tapped in!


Tresor Announces Limerick Showcase

Bang out the latex. The iconic Berlin club Tresor are bringing the German capital’s renowned sound, announcing a showcase at Limerick’s BellTable Theatre on 8 June. The showcase will be all day, including a full itinerary of day and nighttime events, ending in what could be one of the most important club events of this year. Tresor residents Mareena and Kerrie will be playing alongside Chaz Moloney , Brawni and Offtrack. Get your tickets here


Lyrics in the Local

Taking to locations close to our heart all over Dublin, Lyrics in the Local brings together homegrown talent and beloved community spaces to platform some of the finest music the city has to offer. From Chords in a Phibsborough coffee shop to hard bars in a West Dublin boozer, the concept just celebrated its first year in action featuring names such as Rebel Phoenix, Tara Devi, and Fortune Igiebor.


Index Named in Top 100 Clubs Worldwide

DJ Mag has named Index the 90th best club in the world. The article hailed the venue as “a leading platform for quality house and techno”, and praised the L’Acoustics sound system and exceptional bookings as core players in their decision making.


Lankum’s Ian Lynch Creates Soundtrack for Irish Horror Film

Who better to curate a soundtrack for an Irish folk horror film than Ian Lynch? The central piece of the film’s score is a haunting ballad written in Old Irish, and the soundtrack score blends Irish music traditions with the tension-building conventions of horror sound effects. All You Need Is Death is in Cinemas now, and Lynch’s vinyl by the same name will be released on May 10th.


JW Anderson named one of Time’s most influential people for 2024

JW Anderson is on top of the world right now. Off the back of designing the wardrobe for Challengers, basically creating tennis-core, and his other success at Loewe and JW Anderson at London Fashion Week earlier this year, it comes as no surprise that TIME Magazine named him one of the world’s most influential people for 2024.


Fontaines D.C. Sell Out 3Arena

It’s been a great week for North Siders with trenchcoats and Doc Martins. The adored post-punk band have not only announced their new album ‘Romance’, but also announced a tour, selling out the 3Arena and adding an extra date to accommodate the demand.