EYEBROWY - 'I PREFER THE EARLY STUFF'
EYEBROWY DVD COMPILATION

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EYEBROWY - I PREFER THE EARLY STUFF DVD

Initially inspired by Irish Indie and its incestuous singer -songwriter circuit, Eyebrowy is the cult animation website that became widely likened to ‘South Park for the Music Scene’. I Prefer the Early Stuff compiles all of Eyebrowy's most popular animated material including all the best clips from eyebrowys early web animations, the complete series of animated TV shorts broadcast on RTE and a whole host of exclusive to DVD material.

The DVD features 79 highly animated minutes of Irish music's most established and most irritating characters. From Glen Hansard to Geldof, Damien Rice to Damien Dempsey, Bono to The Thrills, from Van Morrisson to Louis Walsh (no, seriously!) ...they're all here. Along with old favouritres, I Prefer the Early Stuff also includes some more recent toons which point toward Eyebrowy in its current incarnation, such as 'Natural Born Singers' featuring The Streets, Oasis and Coldplay amongst others.

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PRESS REVIEWS
‘Nobody sends up this country’s po-faced singer-songwriters and run-of-the-mill bands like Eyebrowy’
DVD of the Year - Irish Independent
‘It’s laugh out loud stuff…somebody give Eyebrowy their own 10 part series now!’
4/5 - RTE Guide
'The most fun 79 minutes you can spend watching your TV, totally hilarious!'
KIOSK - Phantom FM
‘Total Genius!’
5/5 - In Dublin
‘South Park for the Irish music scene it certainly is…the animations and characterisations are spot on and guaranteed to let the air out of over-inflated egos’
DVD of the Fortnight -Hotpress
‘Superb…real laugh out loud stuff!’
Taste - Newstalk 106
‘Certainly doesn’t disappoint…A must have for anyone who’s ever wondered what those pesky musicians and comics get up to in their free time’
4/5 - Herald AM
‘These mercilessly funny sketches provide lots of bellyaches!’
Day & Night Magazine