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About Slow Place Like Home

Slow Place Like Home' is the music of producer/musician Keith Mannion.
Based in the forests of Donegal, in the North-West of Ireland, he has already released a series of EPs and two albums - debut ‘Romola' in 2015 and the critically acclaimed sophomore 'When I See You... Ice Cream!', in 2017.

Having played with Fujiya &Miyagi, Dan Deacon, Squarepusher, Perfume Genius, Day Wave, Ezra Furman, Moodoïd, Prince Rama, Glass Animals and Pantha Du Prince, Mannion has teamed up with Galway's Strange Brew Rekkids and continues to tour his latest album into 2018.

"The projected insularity of Slow Place Like Home has always been a big part of what makes his music so inviting. By expanding that singularity, When I See You… Ice Cream! quietly emerges as one of the Irish albums of the past year, at the very least." - The Quietus.

"Fabulous album from a totally unique talent" - WFMU

"Some songs here you could actually dance to, others are more for spacing out, but there's not a single dud in this collection. This is sweet-tasting ice cream indeed... with sonic sprinkles." - Hot Press Magazine.

"One of the finest producers in Ireland and one of my favourite artists anywhere on Earth right now" - Stephen McCauley, BBC Radio 6/ Radio Ulster.

"There’s a firm sense of a musician very close to deserved crossover success." - The Irish Times.

"Based in the rural depths of Donegal, Ireland, SlowPlaceLikeHome is a remarkably unique talent. Drifting wisps of electronics give way to sugar sweet pop melodies, all pieced together with an unerring strangeness. Real name Keith Mannion, the producer/musician's semi-exile from cultural conduits has seemingly allowed him to do exactly as he pleases and it works!" - Clash Magazine.

"Sumptuous offerings, from a candid, yet bizarre musical source, Mannion twists the knife with his three-dimensional hooks" - NME magazine.
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Genres:
Electronica, Alternative, Pop

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About Slow Place Like Home

Slow Place Like Home' is the music of producer/musician Keith Mannion.
Based in the forests of Donegal, in the North-West of Ireland, he has already released a series of EPs and two albums - debut ‘Romola' in 2015 and the critically acclaimed sophomore 'When I See You... Ice Cream!', in 2017.

Having played with Fujiya &Miyagi, Dan Deacon, Squarepusher, Perfume Genius, Day Wave, Ezra Furman, Moodoïd, Prince Rama, Glass Animals and Pantha Du Prince, Mannion has teamed up with Galway's Strange Brew Rekkids and continues to tour his latest album into 2018.

"The projected insularity of Slow Place Like Home has always been a big part of what makes his music so inviting. By expanding that singularity, When I See You… Ice Cream! quietly emerges as one of the Irish albums of the past year, at the very least." - The Quietus.

"Fabulous album from a totally unique talent" - WFMU

"Some songs here you could actually dance to, others are more for spacing out, but there's not a single dud in this collection. This is sweet-tasting ice cream indeed... with sonic sprinkles." - Hot Press Magazine.

"One of the finest producers in Ireland and one of my favourite artists anywhere on Earth right now" - Stephen McCauley, BBC Radio 6/ Radio Ulster.

"There’s a firm sense of a musician very close to deserved crossover success." - The Irish Times.

"Based in the rural depths of Donegal, Ireland, SlowPlaceLikeHome is a remarkably unique talent. Drifting wisps of electronics give way to sugar sweet pop melodies, all pieced together with an unerring strangeness. Real name Keith Mannion, the producer/musician's semi-exile from cultural conduits has seemingly allowed him to do exactly as he pleases and it works!" - Clash Magazine.

"Sumptuous offerings, from a candid, yet bizarre musical source, Mannion twists the knife with his three-dimensional hooks" - NME magazine.
Show More
Genres:
Electronica, Alternative, Pop

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