The ravers on a mission to save Dublin’s dying dance party scene
The city's nightlife is being crippled by development hell and skyrocketing rents, but young Dubliners aren't giving up without a fight.
Nostalgic photos of Dublin’s 90s fashion scene
In his book 'First Face', photographer Paul Martin captures the youthful optimism of new models at the beginning of the Celtic Tiger era.
Flee Chain is the hot new brand from Rejjie Snow
The Dublin rapper talks to us about his latest creative project: a Japanese and geriatric-inspired clothing collection knitted by his mum.
belfast rappers kneecap are reinventing the irish language for a new generation
Since arriving onto the scene in 2017, the trio have gained a cult following for their controversial performances, incendiary lyrics and unapologetic bilingualism.
room for rebellion are the irish activists partying for abortion rights
Angry dancing, but for a good cause.
exploring art and activism at marfa's anti-film festival
CineMarfa is the brainchild of a group of artists intent on creating a new kind of film festival.
Clementine de Pressigny
daragh soden is capturing the spirit of young dublin
The Irish photographer won the Hyères Festival photography award, chosen by a jury headed up by Tim Walker.
video premiere: watch rejjie snow joyride around dublin in 'flexin'
The first video from the Irish rapper’s eagerly anticipated debut album has arrived. Watch it exclusively on i-D.
photographing dublin's bright young things, straight up
Taking to the streets of his native city Dublin, photographer Ellius Grace shoots the city's cool kids, as we ask them what's exciting about being a younger Dubliner in 2016.
photographer eamonn doyle's new exhibition puts dublin under the microscope
'End' is the Irish photographer's first solo exhibition, and the third and final installment of a three-part body of work exploring his hometown.
grimes blames an angry ghost for on-stage electrocution ‘so no one loses their jobs’
Last week, technical difficulties literally sent shockwaves through Grimes’ Dublin performance. She’s since offered a heartfelt and thorough message of clarification.
Dublin... wish you were here?
The magnetic draw of push and pull between Ireland and London has got to be one of the strongest on the planet.