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Chris Brokaw, Adrian Crowley and Brian Mooney
Chris Brokaw is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer and film composer based in Boston. Perhaps best known for his pioneering work with the bands CODEINE and COME, since 2002 Chris has released over a dozen solo albums of instrumental and vocal music, composed music for film and dance, and worked as an accompanist to Thurston Moore, Steve Wynn, Evan Dando, Christina Rosenvinge, Rhys Chatham, Johnny Depp and GG Allin. He currently plays in The New Year, The Martha’s Vineyard Ferries, The Empty House Cooperative, and The Lemonheads, and in duos with Geoff Farina and Lori Goldston.
Chris performed with 200 guitarists under the tutelage of Rhys Chatham at Lincoln Center; one of 77 drummers in the Boredoms' epic 77BOADRUM in Brooklyn; and with Dirtmusic at the Festival In The Desert at Essakane, Mali.
Adrian Crowley is a songwriter, singer, composer and writer based in Dublin. October 2017, saw the worldwide release of his eighth album,
Dark Eyed Messenger (Chemikal Underground Records) produced by and featuring Thomas Bartlett aka ‘Doveman'.
His album Season Of The Sparks won the Choice Music Prize in 2010.
2018 has seen Crowley perform at La Philharmonie de Paris, Festival Printemps de Bourges, End Of The Road Festival, and The Lincoln Centre in New York. He has recorded radio sessions for WFMU, WNYC, BBC 6 Music, has appeared on Dutch and French tv (VPRO & ARTE) and once was name- checked by Ryan Adams in The Rolling Stone magazine.
He recently collaborated with Irish director Niall Mc Cann on feature film The Science of Ghosts which premiered at DIFF. He was recently artist in residence at Centre Cultural Irlandais in Paris and is currently recording his ninth studio album.
“Easing himself gently into a gilded pantheon that stretches from Scott Walker and Leonard Cohen to Nick Cave and Richard Hawley” UNCUT
Brian Mooney played and recorded with bands on the Irish music scene such as The Idiots, David Kitt, Jape, Si Schroeder and Beautiful Unit. He has worked as a theatre Sound Designer for a number of companies, most notably Pan Pan Theatre. His work with Pan Pan has won awards at both the Dublin Fringe Festival and the Adelaide Fringe.
Brian founded the indie record label, Trust Me I’m A Thief, in 2004 which released a number of critically acclaimed albums by the Redneck Manifesto, Somadrone and Jape to name just a few.
General Admission: €16.00 incl. booking fee.
Please note this is a BYOB venue.