Book of the week sees the Rich crying for Momma

Did punk rock become a stale imitation of itself when people ceased being controversial? Is the swastika and rudeness of the pistols really what punk is it is the politics and inspiration of others. I prefer the latter and I’ve no doubt Minsker does. At times the pages reflect the former which really could just be part of the ruse

Book of the week – work without the worker

This book details the future of some work. When I’m not getting bogged down in the language of the future of work this is a hugely informative piece of work. Zero hour contracts, mechanical Turk and micro work are all titles  we must come to terms with and work to counteract against.

Book of the week is an emergency read

This book is a reminder of how in 2 short years of a pandemic we roll from one crisis to the next, always feeling that the current one is the last. I’m part of a group that gets sent a weekly questionnaire and one recurring answer is “I cant put up with this pandemic much longer”

This Weeks Dublin gigs Mar 15 – 21

For many of us St Patricks Day is a day to avoid town but there's a whole legion who will embrace Dublin City this week. Sterotypes a go go throughout the sea of green, leprechauns, snakes and Guinness but underneath it there's somoe nice events. Garry O'Neill and Niall McCormack from hi-tone books will be … Continue reading This Weeks Dublin gigs Mar 15 – 21

This weeks Dublin gigs March 8 – 14

This week sees Gilla Band continuing the Whelans shows with 2 nights. Big punk rock news was going to be Don alerts but it has now been cancelled. It was to coincide with the release of the Dubtones album on Friday night. You may have been lucky enough to get a ticket for Pillow Queens … Continue reading This weeks Dublin gigs March 8 – 14

Who has a love for Tolka Park

Scenes from a recent game in Tolka Park The Save Tolka Park campaign presents: A Night of Songs and Stories to Save Tolka Park. The benefit gig, to take place on March 5th will see musical artists performing as well as a panel of guest speakers from across the Irish football community; recalling their memories and experiences of Tolka Park and their … Continue reading Who has a love for Tolka Park