Myles O’Reilly, Book’d @ Prim’s

Actions Panel

Few tickets left

Myles O’Reilly, Book’d @ Prim’s

Doors at 19:30, show starts at 20.00.

When and where

Date and time

Location

Prim's Bookshop: Bibliotherapy 43 Main Street P17 PW57 Kinsale Ireland

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Myles O’Reilly is a musician, composer and filmmaker from Dublin, Ireland. He will be joined for this Waterford gig by Simon O'Reilly. The show is accompanied by projected visuals. It all adds up to a night of songs, mainly from his album Cocooning Heart, presented both sonically and visually. Expect to be mesmerised and lulled into a state of musical bliss.

Since first lifting a camera in 2010, multi-tasking O’Reilly has filmed, directed and edited over 100 music videos and 20+ music documentary short films. In the global pandemic lockdown, Myles produced the first two albums in his critically acclaimed [Indistinct Chatter] series of minimal ambient recordings, Cabin Lights Off (2020) and My Mothers Star (2021), followed in 2022 by a collection of ambient folk songs titled ‘Cocooning Heart’. In January 2022 his first feature film documentary ‘Dark Horse on The Wind’ about the life and songs of the late folk singer Liam Weldon premiered at the Dublin International Film Festival. November 2020 sees the release of a third ambient LP in the [Indistinct Chatter] stable titled 'An Ode To Soft Landings'

What the critics said:

“Utterly, breathtakingly real in its intimacy” - Thomas Blake [Folk Radio UK]

“A Sublime atmosphere… the album opens its arms to you and draws you in on what is a honest, developed and maturing record” - Darrem McNulty [The Good Mag]

“Rich with synth-led folk and sentimentality.. ambient arrangements grow patiently, taking all the space they need to expel every emotion, its instrumentation carrying as much impact as its lyrics.” - Christine Costello [The Thin Air]

“Gorgeous ambient folk… Quietly magnificent… Music to immerse yourself in and disappear amid the slowly ululating waves, like dipping into the biggest, warmest bath in the world ” John Walshe [Hotpress]

“Ambient and experimental vapour trails… O’Reilly’s dedication to building atmosphere around his songs forges a compelling artifact from a difficult period of his life” - Lauren Murphy [The Irish Times]

Few tickets left