The original concept for unrecalled is this art-box version containing all associated visual and phrasal artwork relating to each track of music. Presents mixed media on canvas works by Ana Colomer, ink and charcoal illustrations by Nóra Neff Mateos, and loose miniature re-prints of archival photographs by Kathleen Price.
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Second solo art-box album ten years after 2011 debut once again combines sound with visual and phrasal art forms. Titled “unrecalled”, it is a dialogue about our relationship with memory and features guest performances by a selection of fellow radical sonic experimenters from Iceland, Spain and Ireland.
released October 14, 2021
Eoghan Neff … prepared acoustic fiddle with live phrase looping,
live sound-retention looping, and live analogue tape looping [all tracks].
LAR Legido … prepared drums & found percussion [track 1]
Seán Mac Erlaine … adapted car hooter [track 2]
Germán Díaz … prepared zanfona [track 3]
Caoimhe Doyle … Foley [track 4]
Anxo Lorenzo … gaita galega [track 5]
Atli Örvarsson … una corda [track 6]
Sean Carpio … drums through spring tank [track 7]
Mixed and mastered by Seán Mac Erlaine.
(1–7) live fiddle looping recorded in Ennis by Eoghan Neff.
(1) prepared drums & (5) gaita drones recorded in Moaña by Jorge Juncal.
(2) adapted car hooter recorded in Dublin by Seán Mac Erlaine.
(3) prepared zanfona recorded in Lugo by Germán Díaz.
(4) Foley recorded at The Foley Lab by Foley recording mixer Jean McGrath.
(5) gaita galega recorded in Moaña by Anxo Lorenzo.
(6) una corda recorded in Akureyri by Atli Örvarsson.
(7) drums recorded in Dublin by Sean Carpio.
Photographs by Kathleen Price courtesy of the National Folklore Collection.
Stamp graphics: “Nothing Left” (mixed media on canvas) by Ana Colomer.
Film strip graphics: “Masonic Girl” (charcoal on paper) by Nóra Neff Mateos.
Optic performance guide illustrations by Nóra Neff Mateos.
Graphic design and phrasal media by Eoghan Neff.
The Mary Wallopers are one of the finests bands from the actual Irish folk scene. Playing traditional tunes with great talent and a sophisticated sense of humor ;)
I hope to be able to see them live, on a stage or on a session as soon as possible ! mael_true_x