Co Wicklow’s gospel-infused Hozier, creator of the viral hit ‘Take me To Church’ [a million YouTube views and rising], at St Stephen’s (the Pepper Canister Church), Mount Street, Dublin last night.
The [TCD] Trinity Orchestra alum’s extraordinary debut four-track ep is free to download here. ‘Cherry Wine’ is recommended.
A great night. What a talent…
Previously: You May Like This
Grand day for it.
George’s Street, Dublin earlier.
“There is a certain sickness to always wanting a happy ending if the desire for it is driven by a fear of seeing things as they are. But there is another force much deeper than fear. The will to live. The will to live with the sadness, loss and life that is life.”
With the public’s help he would like to make his first – excellently titled – full length feature.
Currently €13,034 towards a €200,000 goal.
But they (above) are.
The winners of the Realex Web Awards (The Mulleys) tonight in the Four Seasons Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin.
We left empty-handed but…
Our Emily and visiting Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher having it reasonably large in the lobby.
More as we get it.
Top pic via Realex Web Awards
Well that escalated quickly.
The Dublin Web Summit hoo-hah.
The Lab writes:
We asked attendees of“What was the highlight for you?”
From top: Lada Redster promoting French website Vintagers; l-r: Hugo Reis, Luke Pendlebury and Finbar Browne promoting personal finance website Wally; James Mayes and Janna Bastow of ProdPad;Lee McAteer (centre), Director of NothingBut Epic Business
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)
ABSOLUT vodka is hosting a interactive exhibition that features four exceptional designers across film, fashion, illustration and light projection in Mabas Art Space, Hanover Quay [Dublin] from tonight – 2nd November.
It will feature work from fashion – Danielle Romeril; film – Jamie Delaney; illustration/typography – Chrissie Abbott and 3D light projection mapping – Brian Kenny inspired by, and to officially launch, the 2013 limited edition bottle ABSOLUT ORIGINALITY…
Laura Gaynor writes:
“Tony Hawk‘s press officer wouldn’t let me do an interview with him. And so, I challenged him to a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors instead. Best two out of three. Who will win?”
Earlier: Sure, Where Would You Get It?
Pic: Emily Vid Mark O’Toole