De\Code Volume 1, Issue 4 (July 2012): This is perhaps our most exciting yet, taking an insider’s view on the ‘Night Of The Living Dead’ production in Kilkenny through the eyes of our on-team director, as well as visiting Buckfast Abbey, taking a swipe at the latest literary miss-step and exploring the multitude of talents of Laura Sheeran. A veritable ramble through a host of Irish cultural talking points and highlights:
They Won’t Stay Dead – Night Of The Living Dead preview – by Ken McGuire.
Nice Day Design’s Ruth Crean on here developing craft industry – Elaine Kirwan.
Northern Exposure: holidaying north of the border – by Steve O’Rourke.
Dark Matter: Laura Sheeran’s multiple outlets – by Claire Dalton.
Holding Out For A Hero: the comic book/ cinema revival – by Elaine Kirwan.
The Buckfast pilgrimage: exploring the home of Ireland’s most popular ‘wine’ – by James Hendicott
News/ Events/ Opinion:
Eleveight – up and coming events, featuring EXIT Festival, Vodafone Comedy Festival, Photo Ireland and the Tu Jacques album launch.
Fifty Shades of Shite – just how bad is Fifty Shades Of Grey? – by Steve O’Rourke.
Say Cheese – Ireland’s farm-produced cheese industry – by Ken McGuire.
Irish music reviews: Strange Passion (feature), BellX1, The Casanova Wave, Le Galaxie, Pearse McLoughlin.
International music reviews: The Smashing Pumpkins (feature), Dan Le Sac, The Seperate, Milk Maid, Foreign Slippers.