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Peter Geoghegan talks to one-man electro band M83 about touring, the 80s and falling in love with the wrong girl
The mighty British Sea Power light up Queen's Student Union
Three reviews from the stand-out events at Belfast's bravest music festival
Ulster Orchestra head to County Louth for festival in honour of Sir John Tavaner
University of Ulster, Magee invites you to audition for a part in Ulysses - a Musical Odyssey
Belfast-born pianist Michael McHale talks to Peter Geoghegan.
Post-grunge radio unit shifters fail to impress at the Odyssey Arena
Classical music community mourns the passing of Ulster Orchestra conductor laureate
Belfast music festival celebrates its 10th birthday
Newcastle's finest deliver sweat, scissorkicks and yes, songs, at Belfast's Spring & Airbrake
An exclusive collaboration of ambience, instruments and percussion at Belfast's Sonic Arts Research Centre
All voices are invited to attend Belfast's newest vocal college. Click Play Audio to hear from founder Marie O’Sullivan
Belfast record shop and label opens for business after an absence of 15 years. Click Play Audio to listen to 'The Wedding' by The Minnows
The future of music unveiled at Queen's University, Belfast
Editor of AU on catching the journalism bug, reading Wilde and falling back on The Smiths
Armagh celebrates the festival's anniversary by welcoming new faces and old favourites. Click Play Video for an introduction and history with musical director Eithne Vallely
The Georgia-born singer/songwriter sets up shop in Bangor. Click Play Audio to listen to 'The Box'
Former Clonard choirboy woos crowd in sell-out monastery performance
Clonard Monastery provides a special backdrop to one of the classical concerts of the year
Oh Yeah Music Centre co-founder receives huge arts foundation grant
Melancholic New York quintet make their way mainstream
The up and coming jazz drummer on Charles Dickens, Charlie Parker and touring with the best
The Belfast singer 'on song'
The ups and downs of this Dungiven singer's career
One of Belfast's most gifted musicians
The artist who is involved in every aspect of the music business
The career of the only full time professional singer in NI
The folk music dynasty from Belfast
The Derry artist that has written for just about everybody
The continued development of the underground sound suggests a bright future
Lyndon Stephens and Sandra Gourley detail the youth culture revolutions
Guillemots discuss their Mercury nominated album Through The Windowpane
Francis Jones meets Oppenheimer's production whizz Rocky O'Reilly
The Belfast pop duo are coming home to boost. Click Play Video to watch 'Breakfast in NYC'
Downpatrick trio return to rock NI's biggest small festival. Click Play Audio for a selection of Northern Irish musical gems
Musical factions fight for supremacy in Tonus Peregrinus's Opera Fringe Festival oratorio
The Omagh guitarist on crafting his own instrument and why the world might be made of sound. Click Play Audio for 'Twelve Angry Men'
Neon purveyors of perfect pop get down in a good way. Click Play Audio for a podcast with Gregory Ferguson and listen to 'Ran Out of Love'
The Answer, Fighting With Wire and In Case of Fire bring NI rock to the world stage
A diverse collection of classics and Barry Douglas close the Ulster Orchestra's season
Composer John Williams returns with another classic Indie soundtrack
The Ulster Orchestra unveils its star-studded new season programme
Acoustic guitars and pretty harmonies, Eskimos Fall tug hard at the heart strings. Click Play Audio for a podcast and EP version of 'Please'
World-renowned flamenco guitarist gets ready to pluck his strings in Belfast. Click Play Audio for a podcast with the maestro, including the song 'What's Going On'
The 1990s comedown kings can still kickstart a good old rave
Acclaimed knob-twiddler and the audience are let down by a lack of know-how
New Belfast summer event in Custom House Square welcomes alternative music legends
Manc messiah Mark E Smith keeps the audience waiting in Custom House Square
Belfast's answer to Arcade Fire down tools for an encounter with the Fourth Estate. Click Play Audio for a podcast interview and exclusive track 'Johnny and Ruth Story'
The Jane Bradfords' commander-in-chief Deci Gallen talks apprehensions and ambitions after the release of the band's first album
American guitarist’s second visit to Belfast raises massive response
The Beatles and Bluegrass. Sounds like hell, but Allan Preston discovers an eclectic stroke of genius opening the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival
Graeme Stewart visits the Ormeau Baths Gallery for the chamber choir's inaugural concert
The Smith Quartet and Gerard McChrystal bring Belfast's Harty Room to life, Graeme Stewart reports
Bangor indie tykes Two Door Cinema Club speak to Chris Jones at the launch of their Four Words To Stand On EP
New album release from Oh Yeah and Carling includes new track from David Holmes
Tom McShane is a leading light in lo-fi music, writes James Gracey. Click Play Audio to hear two tracks
Lee Henry meets the architects behind the Ulster Hall's £7.43m refurbishment
There's more to this band than just great music, as James Gracey discovers. Click Play Audio to listen