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Oisin Lunny

Oisin Lunny

Oisin Lunny


Bands have included: Firstborn, Marxman, Minatone, Pawnstar & Ocean Storm Clubs: The Mood Club, The Soul Basement, Club Sandino, Voodoo, Bring The Noise, Feel No Pain Writing, production or remixing: Brian Eno & David Byrne, Clayhill, The Lights, Robbie Brown, Mary Love-Comer, Beth Orton, Melaton, Baz, David Gray, Ted Barnes, Tom Greenwood, The Mary Janes, Bono & Adam Clayton, Shara Nelson, The Starseeds, Phat One Productions Described by HotPress as "a prime influencer in developing a dance scene in Ireland Read more on Last.fm
Bands have included: Firstborn, Marxman, Minatone, Pawnstar & Ocean Storm Clubs: The Mood Club, The Soul Basement, Club Sandino, Voodoo, Bring The Noise, Feel No Pain Writing, production or remixing: Brian Eno & David Byrne, Clayhill, The Lights, Robbie Brown, Mary Love-Comer, Beth Orton, Melaton, Baz, David Gray, Ted Barnes, Tom Greenwood, The Mary Janes, Bono & Adam Clayton, Shara Nelson, The Starseeds, Phat One Productions Described by HotPress as "a prime influencer in developing a dance scene in Ireland, despite living outside of the country for the best part of the last decade. First it was The Mood Club with Martin Moore which flew the flag against tacky "niteclubs" way back when. Then Marxman, a Bristol/Dublin thing which sent off ripple of genuine excitement across Ireland when their debut single "Sad affair" started surfacing. Their subsequent "33 Revolutions Per Minute" album, a complete and assured collection of tight, intelligent hip-hop was more encouragement for those back home with "Ship Ahoy" featuring Sinead O'Connor lodging itself in the consiousness pretty damn quickly. After Marxman came 1996's short-lived Minatone project for Howie B's Pussyfoot label and a lot of time spent in the studio with Shara Nelson.

Then came Oisins Firstborn incarnation - the first release was "Home Movie", the shouting, swearing first collaboration with author and old mate Bennan Murphy, raving shouts of "f**king bo***cks" and all." "Many records are called cinematic but this track is a movie in itself. Like Arab Strap produced by Tricky and remixed by David Holmes - breathtakingly original and utterly compelling" Mixmag on Home Movie. Then he finally "punched all the right underground buttons" with the 1998 release of his single "The Mood Club" and the 2000 follow up LP "When It Hits You Feel No Pain" (Independiente). "When It Hits is about lost weekends, abandonment to the dual pursuit of oblivion and stunningly great music, and about the heart of darkness that beats at the core of every great all-nighter... a breathlessly ambitious and inventive work, holding its hands in the air with a cruelly heavy heart" Hot Press This is the sound of bass triumphing above all others, of dark corners in dangerous places, of smoke and dust and madness" N.M.E. These days Oisin works with Seeca Music on music for film and TV, and runs Lifeblood Productions. Read more on Last.fm.

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