Note Productions are delighted to present the launch of ‘Relative Phase’, the new work from Ordnance Survey.
Composer Neil O’Connor has been producing electronic music for the past 21 years under a number of guises (most notably Somadrone), where he has been compared to the likes of Brian Eno and Ryuichi Sakamoto.
‘Relative Phase’ sees O’Connor develop a heightened sense of control and restraint in his work. Spatial data is all around us; it helps us shape a more functional world. To map a space, gives us better ordnance.
The album attempts to ‘map’ the worlds of new music, jazz and electro-acoustic music and features a survey of collaborations from his contemporaries such as Sean Mc Erlaine, Linda Buckley, Kate Ellis and John McEntire (Tortoise).
The launch takes place on Friday 7th June in The Fumbally with special guest David Kitt (solo electronics set).