DF press for A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland

Posted by Bea Cloke on Thursday Mar 15, 2018 Under Album, Music

A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland

“Figgis’s own 11-minute Timothy Cream’s Crown of Wines is a dazzling exercise in atmospheric fantasy…” – Michael Quinn, Classical Ear

“It is Daniel Figgis’ piece, Timothy Cream’s Crown of Wines, which really gets into a more freeform composition, referencing avant-garde music and perhaps Krautrock.” – Rudy Carrera, A Miscellany of Tasteful…

“A 1997 piece from Daniel Figgis, ‘Timothy Cream’s Crown of Wines’ is an absolute stunner.” – Karl Paloucek, Spill Magazine

“From the beatific dance-pop of Tóirse Ó Ríordáin to the avant garde bleeps and swirl of Daniel Figgis and the Kevin Ayers-inspired prog-rock meanderings of the supergroup GREETINGS, there’s much to immerse yourself in here.” – Duncan Seaman, The Yorkshire Post

“… the 11-minute ‘Timothy Cream’s Crown Of Wines’ is a thing of beauty.” – Electronic Sound

“It’s always great to hear a new track from Daniel Figgis and with ‘Timothy Cream’s Crown of Wines’ you get three! – Daniel’s best work, after just a few listens, has a wonderful familiarity and homemade feel about it.” – Stephen Rennicks, Abstract Analogue

A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland & On The Nature Of Electricity & Acoustics CD Bundle

A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland is Heresy Records’ sequel to the album On the Nature of Electricity & Acoustics curated by Daniel Figgis and released in 2013 to international critical acclaim.

Both albums are currently available from the Heresy shop as a CD bundle.

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