Angel's Share Paddy Mulcahy

Album info

Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
11.08.2022

Label: XXIM Records

Genre: Electronic

Subgenre: Electronica

Artist: Paddy Mulcahy

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  • 1Final Thoughts07:31
  • 2Thomas Street05:46
  • 3Robert's Lullaby02:13
  • 4A Smile On The Left04:10
  • 53rd Wave05:04
  • 6U-Turn05:17
  • 7Weave02:42
  • 8In Cloud05:02
  • 9Angel's Share05:16
  • 10Thomas Street (Meditation)03:44
  • 11Submerge03:48
  • 12What A Leaf Hears04:25
  • Total Runtime54:58

Info for Angel's Share



Paddy Mulcahy’s free-ranging and genre-bending hybrid of post-classical and electronica may not use words to express its feelings yet Angel's Share - his first album for Sony offshoot XXIM Records - is a deep and moving work, inspired by loss and anxiety in a time of crisis, though the Irish composer finds a place of peace and resolution.

In the process of converging threads of electronica, classical, ambient, dance, avant-pop, chillwave and drum & bass to create a multi-dimensional work of shifting rhythm, texture, mood and impact, Angel's Share also expands the Irish composer’s instrumental and studio capabilities. Mulcahy’s fusion of emotion and technique is a beautifully honed sound and vision for head and heart, body and soul.

It’s also the first time that Mulcahy has live musicians on his records, namely drummer Myles O’Callaghan and violinist Gareth Quinn Redmond. “As my debut album for XXIM, I really wanted it to sound the very best it could, and taking the music to Myles and Gareth allowed me to fully express the emotions I wanted to capture.”

Mulcahy owns a total of 11 synths - many of which you will see live in action at this launch. “It’s a bit of an obsession! But each has its own sound and function, which lends itself to approaching different types of music. I often allow them to dictate where the music goes. That's why I joke that they're my band members."

“Sometimes you just have to play the synthesizer whilst on your knees… That’s how the main part in Angel’s Share was recorded. A very intense recording session which required lots of energy and focus, and the usual pressing of buttons and twisting of knobs. The hi-hat took about 45 minutes to get sitting right. Starting off a bit unsure of itself and a bit eerie, the track eventually grows legs and builds to a mini techno dance track, so feel free to dance! Being the ‘standout, self-titled’ track on the album, Angel’s Share is intended to be the main take away – but also a representation of the whole album itself.” — Paddy Mulcahy

Paddy Mulcahy



Paddy Mulcahy
s a composer/producer from Limerick City, Ireland.

Although classically trained in piano from the age of 5, Paddy soon sought out his own styles through his various experiments with electronic music in recent years.

In 2014, Paddy released a 4track EP entitled Memory Season, followed by a piano performance at the launch of Nils Frahm's 'SHEETS EINS' book.

In January of 2015, he played support to Lubomyr Melnyk on his first Irish performance. That June saw the release of a new solo piano album entitled "Tape Sketches", followed by an Irish summer tour, including a performance at Body & Soul Festival.

Paddy finished off 2015 by starting work on Eriú Dance Co's "LÏNGER", choreographed & written by Breandán De Geallaí.

In early 2016, he was approached by 1631 Recordings, who re-released the Tape Sketches album, followed by the release of a 5track piano EP "twenty six".

The rest of 2016 was spent working on new album recordings as part of the honours BSc in Music Production at Limerick Institute of Technology.

In between these personal projects, the composer continued to provide music for international commercial adverts for companies like Deliveroo, MADE & Belstaff.

The composer's music has featured at Cannes Film Festival, London Surf Film Festival, Newport Beach Festival, London Fashion Week & dozens of other events and venues.

2019 saw the release of his third studio album “How To Disappear” via Phases which followed the From Water EP.

In 2021, Paddy released a 4 track electronic EP via XXIM Records, entitled Tidal Oscillations.

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