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The Origins of The Pogues

The Pogues were an Irish trad punk band who formed in 1977, at first only consisting of three members, frontman Shane McGowan, Spider Stacy on…

In Conversation With Emma Hurson

In November 2023, they curated the Friends of Babyface marketplace—an eclectic gathering of artists and creators united by a shared passion for community and collaboration.…

In Conversation With Semilore Olusa

Christopher Mc Mullan is a sculptor originally hailing from Texas currently based in Dublin. Working out of his new studio space in Abbey Studios. Christopher…

The Origins of Aslan

Like many great bands, it all started in school. Frontman Christy Dignam and lead guitarist Joe Jewell both met in Patrician College in Finglas. At…

Writing, acting and creating: A sit down with Siofra O’Meara

I ideally want to go into a cave or secluded island to write - I think most writers want that though. I can do it…

In Conversation With Chris McMullan

Christopher Mc Mullan is a sculptor originally hailing from Texas currently based in Dublin. Working out of his new studio space in Abbey Studios. Christopher…

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The Genre-Defying Musician: Fiona O’Loughlin

In November 2023, they curated the Friends of Babyface marketplace—an eclectic gathering of artists and creators united by a shared passion for community and collaboration.…
May 30, 2024
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The Origins of The Pogues

The Pogues were an Irish trad punk band who formed in 1977, at first only consisting of three members, frontman Shane McGowan, Spider Stacy on…
May 13, 2024
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In Conversation With Emma Hurson

In November 2023, they curated the Friends of Babyface marketplace—an eclectic gathering of artists and creators united by a shared passion for community and collaboration.…
May 3, 2024
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In Conversation With Semilore Olusa

Christopher Mc Mullan is a sculptor originally hailing from Texas currently based in Dublin. Working out of his new studio space in Abbey Studios. Christopher…
April 19, 2024
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The Origins of Aslan

Like many great bands, it all started in school. Frontman Christy Dignam and lead guitarist Joe Jewell both met in Patrician College in Finglas. At…
April 2, 2024
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Writing, acting and creating: A sit down with Siofra O’Meara

I ideally want to go into a cave or secluded island to write - I think most writers want that though. I can do it…
March 17, 2024
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In Conversation With Chris McMullan

Christopher Mc Mullan is a sculptor originally hailing from Texas currently based in Dublin. Working out of his new studio space in Abbey Studios. Christopher…
March 11, 2024
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In Conversation With Dean Byrne

Dean Byrne, hailing from Dublin, emerged as a musician; who has now turned his attention towards filmmaking. His journey began with a youthful fascination, ignited…
February 23, 2024
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God Awful Love: Exploring Sarah Creighton-Keogh and Rachel Kenny’s Artistic x Poetry Connection

There's a stirring new project on the horizon that's set to take you on a journey through the highs, lows, and everything in between of…
February 14, 2024
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In Conversation With Rachel Kenny

Rachel Kenny is Cork-born Dublin-based Multidisciplinary artist with an eclectic history having previously studied Philosophy, Sociology and Drama before going on to a degree of…
January 31, 2024
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In Conversation With Kate Brosnan

Kate Brosnan began her passion for stage at the lowest point a girl in primary school could imagine, being cast as Spiderman in her 5th…
January 27, 2024
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In Conversation With Ben Harte

Ben Harte and I met up for a much-needed coffee mid-way through a Wednesday workday, sitting outside with our cups to keep ourselves awake. Ben…
December 8, 2023
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In Conversation With Michael Flavin

Michael tells me his aim is to find a way to translate internal emotions into physical form. Whether it is through layering paint to the…
November 1, 2023
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In Conversation With Lauryn Creamer Nwadike

Lauryn Creamer Nwadike, who also goes by ‘Mischiiif’, is a multidisciplinary artist, currently beginning her final year in NCAD studying Textiles; however, she has already…
September 29, 2023
Hot Girl by Niamh Barry
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In Conversation With Hot Girl

Before there was ‘Hot Girl,’ there was Ashley. Ashley, alone and performing for the first time. Ashley, who, when performing for the first time, suddenly…
September 18, 2023
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In Conversation With Caoimhe Weakliam

Caoimhe Weakliam began her career in her bedroom, confined by the limitations of covid and the dreaded old-fashioned way of submitting via email to as…
June 26, 2023
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In Conversation With Alex Tierney

Alex Tierney is a singer-songwriter from Dublin whose talent has led him to support artists such as Lewis Capaldi and Nel Mescal. Alex’s music career…
May 11, 2023
The Rolling Stones and Altamont 1969
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The Rolling Stones & Altamont 1969 Pt. 1

December 9th 1969 is an infamous date in the history of rock and roll for all the wrong reasons. What was originally capped as Woodstock…
April 27, 2023
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In Conversation With Rae

‘Rae’ is a singer-songwriter originating from Galway, now living, writing, and performing in Dublin. I meet with her upstairs in a bar, almost damper than…
April 24, 2023
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What’s In Store For 2023

Let’s bring y’all up to date on what’s happening in the void this upcoming year. With so much creativity happening out there we realigned the…
January 1, 2023
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Club Twenty Seven Part 1: The Story of Brian Jones

The Story of Brian Jones Written by Robert Byrne All Rights Reserved © Void Magazine. The Creative tornado engulfing the talented unique figure of the…
October 7, 2022
David Bowie Promo Image by Void Magazine
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The Birth Of Glam Rock: A David Bowie Story

Ziggy was bizarre and he owned it, paving the way for an experimentative dress and encouraging the alternative in music, looks and behaviour. Continuously questioning…
May 28, 2022
How the Cranberries dominated 1995 by Void Magazine
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How the Cranberries Dominated 1995

Before a riot broke out during the Cranberries concert in Washington, D.C., 1995 On 15 May 1995, the Cranberries had planned an impromptu free acoustic…
May 1, 2022
Thin Lizzy Promo Image by Void Magazine
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Thin Lizzy’s Heartbreaking 1976

Lizzy broke onto the scene in 1969 with an eruption using their first album “Thin Lizzy” to quickly become noticed and to be recognized as…
April 30, 2022

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