Adrian Crowley, the man whose voice Panti Bliss describes as ‘the deepest, darkest pint of Guinness pre smoking ban’ is the guest in this episode of The Panti Personals. Adrian is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, and composer whose ninth album ‘The Watchful Eye of the Stars’ is just out. Adrian was born in Malta to a Maltese Mum and an Irish Dad, and after a few early years in Cameroon, he grew up in Barna, Co. Galway. These days he lives in Dublin with his French born wife and their two children, Max and Alice. In this intriguing, conversation with Panti, Adrian shares the story behind the documentary art film he made with director Niall McCann ‘The Science of Ghosts‘, the influences behind his music, and how in Malta he feels the vibrations, the connection of his ancestors. Adrian performs ‘Bread and Wine’ from his new album for Panti and shares a remarkable spoken word piece he wrote during lockdown called ‘The Ascension of Larks’ which was first performed in Musictown earlier this year. And you can find out more about Adrian and his work here: www.adriancrowley.com The Panti Personals podcast is an independent production by Athena Media. The producer is Helen Shaw, the digital editor is John Howard and the theme music is Lisa Hannigan ‘Knots’ – used with her kind permission.
Pantisocracy - The Panti Personals with Panti Bliss
The Panti Personals S1 E5: Adrian Crowley www.pantisocracy.ie #ThePantiPersonals Adrian Crowley, the man whose voice Panti Bliss describes as 'the deepest, darkest pint of Guinness pre smoking ban' is the guest in this episode of The Panti Personals. Adrian is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, and composer whose ninth album 'The Watchful Eye of the Stars' is just out. Adrian was born in Malta, his mother is Maltese and his father is from Galway, and after a few early years in Cameroon, he grew up in Barna, Co. Galway. These days he lives in Dublin with his French born wife and their two children, Max and Alice. In this intriguing, conversation with Panti, Adrian shares the story behind the documentary art film he made with director Niall McCann 'The Science of Ghosts', the influences behind his music, and how in Malta he feels the vibrations, the connection of his ancestors. Adrian performs 'Bread and Wine' from his new album for Panti and shares a remarkable spoken word piece he wrote during lockdown called 'The Ascension of Larks' which was first performed in Musictown earlier this year. Music you hear in this episode includes:Northbound Stowaway - Adrian CrowleyA Shut In's Lament - Adrian Crowley The Ascension of Larks - Instrumental with spoken word piece - Adrian CrowleyCrow Song - Adrian Crowley Season of The Sparks - Adrian Crowley ( Choice Music Album of the Year 2009)Bread and Wine - Adrian Crowley Little Breath - Radie Peat duet with Adrian Crowley ( performance from The Science of Ghosts)D Block Europe x Gunna Type Beat - Max Crowley re-mix on Adrian Crowley riff)Episode begins and ends with Northbound Stowaway.You can rent the film 'The Science of Ghosts' here : https://www.ifihome.ie/film/the-science-of-ghosts/You can see Adrian's beautiful video for 'A Shut In's Lament' here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6nyunsijjYAnd you can find out more about Adrian and his work here: https://www.adriancrowley.com/Transcript of the episode https://www.happyscribe.com/transcriptions/dfce8ae9d9b3449faa6458aefc5eea7f/edit_v2?share_code=c10202ab1b3d1914911dThe Panti Personals podcast is an independent production by Athena Media. The producer is Helen Shaw, the digital editor is John Howard and the theme music is Lisa Hannigan 'Knots' - used with her kind permission.
In this episode of ONE SONG, we talk to Adrian Crowley about his 'Crow Song', released on his 2021 album 'Watchful Eye Of The Stars' FIND ADRIAN CROWLEY HERE: Bandcamp: https://adriancrowley.bandcamp.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crowonafence/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrAdrianCrowley Website: https://www.adriancrowley.com/
Adrian Crowley's Songs Are True Stories and Born of Another Place
Irish singer and songwriter Adrian Crowley is known for his often detailed but surreal storytelling, and for his rich baritone voice. Crowley says that his latest batch of songs “straddle the conscious and subconscious world and some are even psychedelic in my mind, but to me they are all at once true stories and born of another place.” Produced by John Parish (Aldous Harding, PJ Harvey) and featuring members of Portishead and Crash Ensemble, these tunes were initially composed on a “charity shop ¾ size nylon string guitar” or Mellotron (Bandcamp). Crowley plays songs from his latest album, The Watchful Eye Of The Stars remotely from Dublin and dances around Sprechstimme (speak-singing), water and ships, and isolation – whether chosen or imposed upon a person. Set list: “The Singalong” “Shut-in’s Lament” “Take Me Driving” "The Singalong": "A Shut-in's Lament": “Take Me Driving”:
46 30 32 - With music from SE Rogie, Prince Far-I, David Bowie, Adrian Crowley, Josephine Foster and plenty more
46-30: Quality music of no fixed abode
46 30 32 - Record label owner / brewer Stephen Marshall and singer-songwriter James Yorkston present episode two of the second season of the award winning 46-30 podcast. With music from SE Rogie, Prince Far-I, David Bowie, Adrian Crowley, Josephine Foster and plenty more--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/46-30/support
Nial McCann & Adrian Crowley The science of ghosts
The Stephen Rowan Show
Welcome to another edition of the Stephen Rowan show. On this episode, we are joined by director Niall McCann and musician Adrian Crowley. we discuss their film The Science of ghosts. This interview took place during The Glasgow Film Festival.The Science of Ghosts is a beautifully shot film that crosses many genres. A mixture of documentary, arthouse and sci-fi. Many of the frames are like still dreams and others are bursting with movement. Throughout the film, you are intrigued to watch the film unfold in both it's cinematic and narrative style. During the interview, we speak about the process of making the film, how they created this instinctive piece of work and the journey that they took together. Art should surprise you, spark something within you but most importantly make you think. This film constantly fires your imagination and soothes you at the same time. It's well worth experiencing and exploring.As always like share subscribe retweet favourite review like download and rename your firstborn I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at The Glasgow Film Festival, it's been a real blast, the offerings at the festival this year have been amazing profiling both international and local talent, huge thanks to everyone involved at the festival. You can hear all the shows at iTunes, Spotify, stitcher or watch them on youtube Whatever you're up to today I hope you have a great one. I hope its a day of taking action, progressing and expressing yourself creatively Have a great one and thanks for listening
Film director Niall McCann and musician Adrian Crowley talk to Pat about the film The Science of Ghosts
Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat
Film director Niall McCann and musician Adrian Crowley talk to Pat about the film The Science of GhostsThe Science of Ghosts was one of the standout films at Glasgow Film Festival 2019. Directed by Niall McCann, the film focuses on the life of the musician Adrian Crowley, Pat caught up with the two Irishmen at Citizen M, Glasgow.Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 68Links Pat's Guide To Glasgow West End The Science of Ghosts Twitter: @glasgowswestend
This month Éist profiles singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley! Adrian Crowley was born in Malta, raised in Galway, and is now based in Dublin. He won the Choice Music Prize for Irish Album of the Year 2009 for 'Season of the Sparks', a highly-acclaimed follow-up to his third album, Long Distance Swimmer (2008). Adrian recalls his first tentative steps into the music industry, and how he ended up recording his second album with Nirvana producer Steve Albini. He details all his albums to date, as well as granting us an insight into his songwriting methods. Plus we have our ‘Ask the Artist’ feature, this time with a question from Michelle Maiolo in New York! When I spoke to Adrian Crowley, we began by chatting about his approach to music and how Simon Cowell has impacted his career!! Songs featured: 1. Horses Like To Dream All Night 2. The Three Sisters 3. Long-Distance Swimmer 4. The Wishing Seat * Artist's Website: http://www.myspace.com/adriancrowley * Éist on ITunes: http://ht.ly/1FONx * Éist on Facebook: http://bit.ly/bndwFH * Éist Blog: http://newirishmusic.wordpress.com/