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RETURN TO EDEN

Releasing a singles collection to mark two decades in the business, Ian Henderson and Mark Power of the band Eden talk with Peter Dunne about record deals, gay boybands, cruising on Cornonation Street, and still making music 20 years on.
Photographs by Hazel Coonagh.

You could confuse Ian Henderson and Mark Power for family members rather than bandmates, so at ease and familiar they are with each other, especially with the odd slag thrown in. But what else would you expect from musicians who’ve been working together over 20 years?

Otherwise known as electro-pop duo, Eden, the pair are releasing The Singles, a greatest hits collection, not just as a celebration of their successes, but also, as Ian says: “To put a stamp on it, to say – ‘that was that lot, now let’s try something new’.”

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We’ve got so much to talk about in this month’s issue, we’d better get started! Leading the charge is our cover star Conor O’Brien, the voice behind The Villagers. Conor dropped in to talk about their new album and what it’s like being an out gay man in the business. On a further musical note, Irish electro band Eden celebrate 20 years in the industry. They had many a tale to tell and GCN was delighted to listen! The GAZE film festival takes over cinema screens this month so we caught up with Desiree Akhavan, the writer and director of the much-lauded gay conversion therapy film The Miseducation Of Cameron Post, along with the creators of the essential documentary Outitude, detailing the history of Ireland’s lesbian community. On a more serious note, Evgeny Shtorn details his escape from Russian persecution only to be caught in the bureaucracy that is Ireland’s Direct Provision System. Plus Jamie Brady provides a hard-hitting photo essay on the effects on Grindr on the young male psyche. With all that awesome content on offer, you better start reading now!