Good Name Returns with Phare + Cinema
Good Names returns next Thursday January 19th with a banger – a double headline show with the illuminating Phare and Cinema (live sets).
Good Name is always free in and will finish with Good Names resident DJ’s in the bar. More details here.
Known formerly for being one half of atmospheric duo Lyttet, as Phare Peadar Kearney is taking off the softer focus and working towards the more club end of sonics. His tracks show a penchant for euphoria-tinged electronica, twisted samples, hazy synths, and distorted percussion. While placing equal emphasis on thumping rhythms and textured melodies, Phare simultaneously evokes a sense of elation and nostalgia, that accurately translates to how he describes his own music in layman’s terms; ‘sad dance music’.
Electronic artist ‘Cinema’, is the brain child of Ireland based Peter Fleming. It was early 2014 that saw the beginning of ‘Cinema’. After posting tracks to a soundcloud account, his synth based emotive sound found favour with the likes of Nialler9 and gained radio time with Today FM’s Kelly-Anne Byrne. A string of cosmic tracks followed and grew his popularity, leading to a release with L.A based label Future Factory in late 2015. His debut album “A Night Train to Budapest” was released in March of 2016, a year which also sees the launch of Peter’s first live performances, with the biggest to date at 2016’s Electric Picnic festival.
Debut alum ‘A Night Train to Budapest’ out now.
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Electronic music for your feelings.