Gigonometry Presents… Bachram, LIERS, Pine the Pilcrow, Adam Fleming

Date: 15 Nov 2018
Time: 7:30pm
Ticket Price: €8/€5 (students/unwaged) BUY TICKET

Gigonometry Presents… Bachram, LIERS, Pine the Pilcrow, Adam Fleming


Date: Thurs Nov 15th 2018

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: The Workmans Club, Dublin 2.

Admission: €8/€5 (students/unwaged)

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Press Release

The penultimate Gigonometry Presents… of the year features the exciting new act that is Bachram, equally energetic and entertaining LIERS, the silky smoothness of Pine the Pilcrow, and making a rare solo appearance on a break from Ana Gog, the ephemeral Adam Fleming.


Defined by their title, Bachram are a raucous Dublin based post-punk band; the old Irish roots of the name left behind by a forcible melodic rampage. Comprising of 2 Dubs, a Manc and a Brummie, the intra-archipelagic misfits fuse a myriad of interests, creating an obscure take on post punk, where complexities are lathered in an industrious driving tone, balancing sweet melodies and pure, gut-wrenching noise.


Liers are a four piece female fronted alternative rock band from Dublin Ireland. With heavy 90’s Grunge influences, their sound echoes the past but has a fresh exciting contemporary edge to it.

Pine the Pilcrow

Since their formation a little over two years ago, Pine the Pilcrow has enjoyed a busy and warm reception to the Irish music scene. The Dublin based quartet of Kevin Murray, Hannah Ryan, Shay Sweeney and Robert Campbell create original and imaginative music by combining folk, classical and traditional influences with gruff and angelic vocal harmonies. The release of their self-titled debut E.P. in March 2016 saw them nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2016 Pure M awards, winning The Last Mixed Tape’s ‘Readers EP of the Year’ award and nominated for Best Song at the IMRO Christie Hennessy Song Competition for their ambient and emotive ballad ‘Don’t Need Me’. The rest of an exciting year for the band featured performances at the Ruby Sessions, Connolly’s of Leap, Whelan’s and slots at Irish summer festivals including the main stage in the Body & Soul area at Electric Picnic, Body and Soul Festival, Arcadian Fields and Vantastival. The band sold out their first headline performance at the Civic Theatre in Tallaght and added support slots with Joe Chester at the Unitarian Church and John Spillane to the growing list of impressive live shows. 2018 sees Pine the Pilcrow release their second E.P. ( Only Ghosts) and continue to build upon their incredible debut year. Working with acclaimed photographer and film maker Donal Moloney to create a beautiful and haunting video for the single ‘Only Ghosts’ and having a work with legendary songwriter Brendan Graham in the works 2018 looks like it will be one to remember for Pine ¶he Pilcrow! Allow this band, born with a sound all of their own, to sweep you away with delicate harmonies and heartfelt songs.

See the beautiful video for ‘Only Ghosts ‘ here…

“gentle, cinematic and melancholic music” “bittersweet and moving”- Nialler 9

“the music feels old, comfortable, like a blanket you can wrap yourself up in”-

“Their 2016 debut EP is a melancholy, cinematic mood piece” –

Adam Fleming

Acclaimed for his work as guitarist/singer with Jerome’s Law and Ana Gog, Adam Fleming has been working on his debut solo EP and will present the fruits of his creative labours at Gigonometry. Self-described as ‘fingerpickey Beatley/Elliot Smith’, Adam’s thoughtful and passionate songs will engage your emotions as well as your ears.

About Gigonometry is an online group of live music lovers. The 3,600+ members aka Gigonometrists are constantly meeting up to go to gigs and festivals together, share musical as well as gig experiences, and generally enjoy being in the company of fellow music enthusiasts! Gigonometry Presents… is their monthly fix of up and coming original acts; the shows are highly sought after by bands due to the enthusiastic, listening audiences. Each month is highly anticipated by acts and audience, who each play their part in the symbiosis that occurs.

Post gig interviews & live video footage are available to view on our Youtube channel at is free to join, and entitles members to discounts on this and other gigs, as well as the opening of a vast array of live music opportunities.

“Your best and worst gig so far? ….Most favourite so far have probably been Gigonometry in The Workmans for great vibes….” – Jess Kav of BARQ (Interview with Jan 17)