Features / August 17, 2022

Here’s how to win passes to our listening party for EDEN’s new album ‘In Case You Missed It’

Features / August 17, 2022

Here’s how to win passes to our listening party for EDEN’s new album ‘In Case You Missed It’

Ciarán Howley

Ahead of In Case You Missed It‘s September 9 launch, we’re hosting an intimate early listening party on Thursday August 25 and an after that’s not to be missed at the Hen’s Teeth Hi-Fi Lounge. 

To celebrate the launch of his upcoming independent debut, Irish R&B-Electronic musician EDEN will join us at Hen’s Teeth for an exclusive listening party from 7-9. Fans can be in with a chance not only get to hear every cut from the brand new album (two weeks early), including singles ‘Modern Warfare’ and ‘Sci-Fi’ but attend a Q&A with the artist where he will answer questions about the album and the creative process behind it.

To win a pass to the listening event and a fifty euro bar tab all you need to do is like the Instagram post below, share it to your story and tag and then tag a friend to bring along in the comments .

If you don’t win passes to the the listening party fear not! The after’s will take place at the Hen’s Teeth Hi- from 9-11 and tickets are free on Eventbrite.”

Describing his creative process as “more like excavation than construction”, the Dublin-born producer, multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, has been showcasing his dexterity in multiple genres; from hyperpop to hip-hop and from R&B to electronic to name a few. 

ICYMI was conceived during lockdown after the passing of a close friend but looks to the future with hope and vulnerability. Expect R&B hooks, ambient field recordings and euphoric beats in this eleven genre-blending album for an uplifting journey through grief and acceptance.

With four EPs and two albums behind him, EDEN returns with ICYMI, an independently released album, with maturity as a musician and a strong sense of direction.

On the new single ‘Sci-Fi’ released August 12, Eden said, “I feel like it would be remiss to not mention the intercultural nature of this song, and really all works on the album. I completely fall into rabbit holes at times – from experimental music to club music, hip hop to hyperpop, and more subgenres than I could name.” 

Click the link for more info and tickets

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