Having just formed in April 2021, Dublin based alt-electronic artist wornoc (aka Conor Walsh) has carved out a niche in forward-pushing alternative-electronic sounds from these shores. At the heart of his craft is a sensibility rooted push-and-pull of post-rock – all gossamer phrases one moment and surging release the next – inspired by the likes of God Is An Astronaut, Massive Attack and Bonobo. Having championed the likes of Rock Sound Magazine, BBC Introducing, RTÉ and Hot Press Magazine, it’s clear there is something special and novel to his work, sounds that are far removed from what’s going on in the Irish music scene. wornoc’s music is cinematic, intense and emotional. Driven by infectious grooves, lush ambient textures, melodic guitar riffs and electronic music. wornoc is set to release his debut album later this year.
"wornoc provides an intricate, delicate and technically brilliant display of music being built from the ground up" - Rock Sound
“Truly incredible music” - Dan Hegarty, 2FM
"Stunning, emotional, relaxing, intense and cinematic" - Hot Press Magazine
"Intense and infesting electronic textures and soundscapes - I love it" - Megan Wilson, BBC ATL Introducing
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