Friday September 18, 2020

Cyne of the times

A simple switch of one vowel is proving to make all the difference for Dublin electronica artist Peter Fleming, aka Cynema

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
2nd February, 2020

“I say: ‘Cynema’. They say: ‘With a Y!’”

In a coffee shop in Dublin city centre, Peter Fleming grins as he describes a number of his recent conversations with talent scouts at Ireland Music Week. For the past few years, Fleming has been quietly making an impression in the Irish music scene, creating songs under the moniker Cinema.

The trouble was, no one could find the releases he was...

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