Singer and songwriter Bobby Aherne talks about the origins of his art-pop act, No Monster Club – and why you might spot him walking down the street and humming into his phone.
Cathal Caulfield, the traditional fiddle player and singer, grew up around trad music. He talks to Martin Cook about why he has stuck with it into adulthood.
Dave Lordan staggers into Gatsby’s “niteclub” in search of a girl, and straight into an encounter with hell, in the sweaty and heart-thumping finale of this six-part podcast memoir.
In this podcast, Branwen Kavanagh talks to Martin Cook about mixing art forms, launching a new project, and how she came to be playing a petrol can – and she plays some songs.
Junior Brother recorded one of his early low-fi records in his kitchen in Kerry. A couple of years and many gigs later, he talks to Martin Cook about his evolution as an experimental folk singer.
Listen to the Oxo Boys talk about the bands they’ve been in, the legacy of old-time music in the Liberties, and more – and play a few tunes.
In this month’s podcast, Martin Cook talks to the Canadian trio about life on the road, the instruments they have made, and why they used to dress in sepia.
In this month’s music podcast, Alan Woods shares his deep knowledge of traditional music, with songs from his County Leitrim, and the tales behind them.
Sasha Hsuczek’s influences range from her first-love – Irish traditional music – to the old songbooks of Sacred Harp, to the country music of Kitty Wells.
Ahead of a recent live session, the quizzical singer Myles Manley talks to Martin Cook about his persona, the inspiration for his music videos, and more.