How To Disappear is Paddy Mulcahy’s most recent foray into experimental electronic music.
As the title suggests, the inspiration &
theme behind ‘How To Disappear’ is escapism.
The work features Mulcahy’s delicate piano compositions accompanied by ambient soundscapes, upbeat electronica and powerful synthesizer pieces.
More upbeat than his previous releases, ‘How To Disappear’ provides a colourful palette for any modern music fan.
Compared to contemporaries like Floating Points & Martyn Heyne, Paddy’s diverse style of composition shines through
on this album where the listener is exposed to everything from choirs to jungle drumbeats.
Early writing stages of the album took place during Winter 2017 in Montréal, Canada then finally recorded, arranged & produced in 2018 when the composer returned to his hometown of Limerick City, Ireland.
releases November 15, 2019
Included in your purchase are a selection of bonus photos, instrument, track & linear notes compiled into a PDF booklet.
All music written and produced by Paddy Mulcahy in 2017-2018 between Montréal & Limerick.
Photography by Shane Vaughan
Mastering by Arnold at Calyx Mastering
This album has been mixed & mastered to maintain all original dynamics.
To best enjoy, please listen on high quality headphones or speakers.
Thanks to :
Apate Films, everyone at Believe Digital, BPR Music, Brian Housman, Arnold & Henry @ Calyx Mastering, Charlotte Spillerova, Cyril Ryan (Audiotronix), David Klavins, David Wenngren, Don Sims, Ed Carlsen, FC Legault, Fintan Walsh, everyone at FSV, Ger Downes, Greaney, James Skerritt, Ismail Negm, Jack Dominy, everyone at Jawdropper Management, Kleiser Pianos Limerick, Laura McDonald, Louisa Donnelly, Lubomyr Melnyk, Margaret Morrissey, Mark Carry, Mattias Nilsson, Mike & Andy Truscott, everyone at Moog Audio Montréal, Mom & Dad, everyone at Other Voices, everyone at PASR Media, Patrick McMaster, Peter Curtin, everyone at Phases Records, Phil Shanahan, Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers, Riccardo Capponi, Robert Horsfall @ Sound Advice, Sebastien & Daniel Selke (CEEYS), Shane Vaughan, Stéfan Boucher, Thomas Dupuoy, William Headlam-Wells.
2019 Phases Records