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General News / March 1, 2017

Limerick composer/producer Paddy Mulcahy shares new album

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General News / March 1, 2017

Limerick composer/producer Paddy Mulcahy shares new album

“‘The Words She Said’ writes its own personal story through the use of traditional instruments and experimental recording techniques, offering a deluge of emotional and sincere beauty.”

 

Paddy Mulcahy’s new LP ‘The Words She Said’ is available today.

The entire ambient work is available on Bandcamp, and if you’re a fan of Erased Tapes Records, in particular the extraordinary piano playing of Lubomyr Melnyk or the outstanding compositions of Nils Frahm, you’ll find yourself quickly immersed in Paddy Mulcahy’s eight-track record.

According to Paddy, “the album was inspired by the similarities and contrasts between pianos and synthesizers, and this relationship was conveyed through the use of various recording and mixing techniques.”