Tag: music

Jay Z Takes Gold In Freestyle Event At Olympics

A VETERAN of the newly introduced 60 second freestyle rapping event, Jay Z has taken home the gold and is set to compete in the marathon freestyle event later this week which takes over 26 hours. Performed in an emptied out 50 metre Olympic swimming pool, the event is judged by IOC-appointed XXL magazine judges… Read more »

No Riding In The Portaloos, No Mosh Pit, No Getting Into Fights With Lads From Cork: We Review The Zero Craic First Post-Covid Gig

LAST night’s intimate 500-person James Vincent McMorrow gig in the Iveagh Gardens may have been the promising and tentative first steps back to live music, but many in attendance have said that there’s still a lot to be done to capture that pre-covid gig feeling. Notable absences include: Next to no fleeting sexual encounters with… Read more »

Eurovision Very Gay These Days, Confirms Dad

WATERFORD man Dennis Markey couldn’t help but notice during last night’s Eurovision semi-final event that the whole thing has just gotten ‘very flamboyant’, a far cry from the deadly serious, life-or-death event it once was. “It wasn’t always this ‘gay’, was it?” mused Markey, watching Ireland’s entrant Lesley Roy fail to qualify for Saturday’s final… Read more »

Billie Eilish: Is It Time To Start Tearing Her Down?

SINCE appearing on the scene at the tender age of 13, singer Billie Eilish has won over legions of fans around the globe with her chart-topping albums and her acclaimed live performances. As her new documentary ‘The World’s A Little Blurry’ hits our screen this weekend, we ask; isn’t it time to bring this fairytale… Read more »