The breathtaking 20-track LP pays tribute to Ireland’s idyllic vistas and includes indigenous birdsong, breaking waves and blustery storms; field recordings taken from his studio’s balcony mere metres from the water. Championed by some of the industry greats such as Richie Hawtin for home listening, ‘Tuesday’ shows off a plethora of new sounds and influences from the Irish native, as well as a tenacious dedication to his craft.
Matador presented ‘Tuesday’ for the first time yesterday with an idyllic livestream set via Mimxag’s LAB Home Sessions.
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Matador returns to the foreground of electronic music’s vast landscape with Tuesday; his debut album contribution to the ambient realm. Offering an immersive montage of stories that pay tribute to Ireland’s idyllic vistas, the multifaceted producer’s breath-taking LP echoes a tenacious dedication to his craft. Following its soft launch in March, Tuesday now celebrates its official release – available to stream and download via Matador’s esteemed RUKUS imprint. Perched in a tucked-away spot mere metres from the water, Matador’s Dublin-based workspace is enveloped by an abundance of nature and wildlife that serves as an endless source of inspiration for his production output. Harnessing field recordings from the untainted seascape, the album’s 20 cuts are replete with organic sentiment; from indigenous birdsong, to breaking waves and blustery storms; each composition stimulates a period of reflection for the listener, serving as an intimate retreat from every-day noise. Founded on a love for the free-flowing progression of music and an authentic composition process, Tuesday is designed for start-to-finish listening and is available as a continuous mix. DRW 6*
Matador ‘Tuesday’ [continuous stream]: https://bit.ly/2zfzY7n
‘Tuesday’ [Press Release]: https://bit.ly/3fpuOWW
Matador [EPK]: https://bit.ly/2Wd0xDj
Matador Presents: Tuesday [Mixmag LAB]: https://bit.ly/2SHxQMr