On The Nature Of Electricity & Acoustics released today

Posted by Bea Cloke on Tuesday Mar 26, 2013 Under Album, Music

Daniel has curated an extensive anthology of Electro-Acoustic music from Ireland. We are proud to announce its arrival in the world. On The Nature Of Electricity & Acoustics (Various Artists) receives its international release today.

The iTunes special edition features an extra 12 tracks, making 35 in all!

Visit Heresy Records for the full track listing and purchase details: http://heresyrecords.com/on-the-nature-of-electricity-and-acoustics.

Some comments so far …

This album is a wake up call for the senses… impossible to pigeonhole or classify.
Winifried Dulisch, AUDIO MAGAZIN, Germany

Irish electro-acoustic music has developed from the academic pursuit of pointy/beardy types into something that lives, breathes and makes sense. These are clever, cogent dispatches from the fringes… See you on the other side?
Tony Clayton-Lea, THE IRISH TIMES

On The Nature Of Electricity & Acoustics: what an album! So much diversity and energy. A veritable smorgasbord.

Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland

From the delicate works of Dennehy and Wilson through to the post-punk furore of Figgis’ own Princess Tinymeat, there is presumably something for everyone – a wide-ranging and intelligent overview of outsider electronic music in Ireland.
As an introduction to the work of a diverse group of artists and composers, On The Nature Of Electricity & Acoustics is unparalleled…
Ian Maleney, THE QUIETUS

… it is wildly ambitious, incredible, fantastic … magnificent and illuminating
Stephen McCauley, BBC RADIO ULSTER

Have a listen. I’m glad to be part of it.
Roger Doyle on Facebook

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