Anthony lined up for music industry event


Anthony has been asked to participate in a special music industry event at Flowerfield Arts Centre on Thursday December 12, as guest of Northern Ireland Music Industry development programme GeneratorNI. The event runs from 2pm to 4pm. 

Anthony joins a variety of specialists from Northern Ireland’s music industry, who have been assembled to discuss their diverse areas of knowledge:

Rory Friers (And So I Watch You From Afar) Rory is principal creative in the extraordinary Northern Irish instrumental band ASIWYFA, who will round off their most successful year to date with shows in the USA and India.

Shauna Tohill (Silhouette) Shauna is the creative force behind Northern Irish band Silhouette whose track “Can’t Keep Up has been a huge radio hit in Ireland. She’s spent the summer playing with Blondie in June, Imelda May in July, Jake Bugg in August, as well as playing at V Festival and Electric Picnic.

Paul Hamill (Psycatron) As one half of electronic duo Psycatron, Paul has played shows in Europe, the USA and Australia, remixed artists including Simian Mobile Disco, and released tracks on some of the most credible global dance labels around.

Lyndon Stephens (manager/label) Lyndon runs Champion Sound Recordings – releasing music and managing artists includingUnknown (whose fans include Annie Mac and Ellie Goulding) and Ryan Vail (whose remix with Soak surely is a highlight in recent Northern Irish collaboration across genres).

Rocky O’Reilly (Start Together Studios) After putting down the keyboards in NI band Oppenheimer, Rocky now runs Start Together Studios. The client list reads like a who’s who of extraordinary Northern Irish talent – including ASIWYFA, General Fiasco and Duke Special. He also co-manages The Wonder Villains.

Jonny Tate (Harvest/Pigstock) Johnny runs two festivals in Northern Ireland - Pigstock, which has included headline sets fromFighting with Wire, and Harvest Festival which this year was headlined by Mercury Music Prize nominees Villagers.

OUTPUT is a partnership between Generator Northern Ireland and Honeycomb – Creative Works.

Admission is free. If you're interested in reserving a place, e-mail and they will register you for the event.