Gavin Friday and Eoin Devereux discuss the work of Brian Eno

Gavin Friday and Eoin Devereux discuss the work of Brian Eno

As part of the Dun Laoghaire Vinyl Festival, Prof Eoin Devereux will be in conversation with Gavin Friday about the work of Brian Eno as producer, collaborator and performer. This event takes place on November 17, 2018 from 1pm. Location: The Lexicon Studio, Dún Laoghaire Tickets (€13.56) are available from EventBrite now.Continue Reading

Atonalist featuring Gavin Friday live in Paris

Atonalist featuring Gavin Friday live in Paris

Gavin Friday will be joining French band Atonalist (Renaud-Gabriel Pion and Arnaud Fournier) for a unique concert at Petit Bain, Paris on September 22. Atonalist released their debut album Atonalism, featuring Gavin Friday on 5 songs, back in CD: Atonalist featuring Gavin Friday. Time table: 20h30 OPEN 21h00 Machinalis Tarantulae 22h30 Atonalist feat Gavin Friday…Continue Reading

Gavin Friday talks Bowie with prof Eoin Devereux

Gavin Friday talks Bowie with prof Eoin Devereux

Gavin Friday will be talking David Bowie with Prof. Eoin Devereux as part of the 2018 Dublin Bowie Festival. The event takes place on Sunday January 7 2018, at the Conservative Club on Camden Row in Dublin. Devereux is Assistant Dean for Research in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at University of Limerick,…Continue Reading

Atonalist featuring Gavin Friday release first album Atonalism

Atonalist featuring Gavin Friday release first album Atonalism

French duo ATONALIST (Renaud-Gabriel Pion and Arnaud Fournier) featuring Gavin Friday released their debut album Atonalism on Audiotrauma on May 10th. Order your copy (digital, CD and/or ltd edtion coloured vinyl) from Bandcamp now. Gavin Friday and Renaud-Gabriel Pion Atonalist are joined by Gavin Friday who wrote lyrics and sang vocals on five tracks: “Different…Continue Reading

Irish Times reviews Casement Sonata: “a strange and rare gift”

Malcolm MacClancy discusses Gavin Friday’s The Casement Sonata in today’s The Irish Times. He writes: “The Casement Sonata lies in a submerged tradition of modern Irish letters that includes Patrick Kavanagh’s Lough Derg as well as Eugene Watters’ The Week-End of Dermot and Grace (when will some clever radio producer finally stumble across this sonic…Continue Reading