Popular Demain

by Alarmist

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    12" vinyl record in a gatefold sleeve with original artwork by Eoin Stanley.

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    Album CD in a Digipak case with original artwork by Eoin Stanley.

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Recorded in the Meadow studio at the edge of Ireland's Wicklow Mountains, Alarmist's debut LP 'Popular Demain' is an almost orchestral expanse of colour and meandering lines, tightly wrought around a rhythmic core of double drums and guitars. 

A natural evolution from the sound established in their previous EPs, the album carries on the genre-defying fusion of influences that has gained the band a growing international following. 

Primitive Korgs, Casios and tape-degraded voice samples find themselves densely packed with an organic mass of winds, percussion and prepared piano, forming a soundworld that somehow finds common ground for jazz-infused math-rock, warped experimental pop melodies and brutalist slabs of pulsing electronics.

credits

released November 2, 2015

Written and performed by Alarmist:

Neil Crowley
Elis Czerniak
Osgar Dukes
Barry O'Halpin

Recorded and Engineered by Rian Trench & Robert Scanlon at The Meadow Studios, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, 2014–2015.

Mixed by Alarmist.

Mastered by Josh Bonati. www.bonatimastering.com

Original Artwork by Eoin Stanley. www.eoinstanley.com

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Alarmist Dublin City, Ireland

"Genres are harvested and
manipulated, and [they] take a quasi orchestral approach that allows their music to hover in its
own instrumental space, gravitationally pulled toward a rock aesthetic but constantly implying
other philosophies in a way that excites.” 12 Points Festival

"Alarmist’s music spins and pivots in motion and colour" Nialler9.com
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