Reviews

Still Water, with Tristan Clarridge and Simon Chrisman, creates a unique sound featuring guitar, hammered dulcimer, and cello. “The suite explores the development of musical material without changing the harmony, like a fast-moving river whose surface appears to be still water.”  This creative concept set the stage for an artistic venture that crosses musical barriers and genres.

– Laury Verdoux –

The Last Circus Act by Conor Mulroy has an old feel. The compositions are all his, reminding me of songs by Townes Van Zandt.  It feels other-worldly and mysterious – beautiful album.

– Kimmy Sophia Brown –

Conor Mulroy pens a very personal and intimate album with artists who have played with Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, and the Brian Blade Fellowship. Mulroy’s song craft and genuine songs left me intrigued and willing to explore his catalog further.

– Take Effect –

Echoes from a Fading Clocktower presents cinematic material for true ambient music fans.

– Nagamag.com –

Real life is unscripted. Why not music?
Loaf has a reply in 5 tracks: Slices from Acadia. Smell it.

– Loaf –

The Battle for Ranked Choice Voting follows Maine’s story and other cities that have adopted the new system of voting. 

– RCV Website – produced and scored by Scotty Vercoe, with music from Conor Mulroy –

To record The Stranded Aviator Conor Mulroy and Jason Phelps collaborated for a remote recording session. Jason invested in a mobile recording setup, which they brought to a remote, off-the-grid gold-rush era cabin in Northern California.  After engineering the session he then edited and mixed the album, which was mastered by Pat Keane.

– Acadia Recording Studios 

The disc The Glass Ocean blew me away so I’m going out on a limb here because I think its that good! Accompanied by bassist Jordan Alegant and drummer Ches Smith, I’m reminded of a variety of sources of musical inspiration, including Philip Glass. I think you will find this mesmerizing. Highly recommended.

– Ken Golden, The Laser’s Edge –

On Salinger the playing is spotless.  With guitarist John McGann, bassist Corey DiMario, and fiddle player Tristan Clarridge, the group plays well together, and ensemble is what this is all about. Repeated listening reveals plenty of musical substance.

– David Royko Psy.D, Bluegrass Unlimited –