The Music of Sound EPK

The Music Of Sound‘s new EP Overground Sound was released by Dimple Discs in 2022. The whole town is singing from the EP has been named as No 2 track of the year by RTE‘s new music show RinaG. Check out the video here. The EP was featured on Stuart Maconie’s Freak Zone on BBC Radio 6 Music on Sunday 5th February 2023. Stream The Music Of Sound on Spotify. View the lastest trailer.

Also Music to plan towns by has been made No 20 in the Best of 2022 Playlist by another legend Conor O’Toole and his show The Underground of Happiness on Ireland’s UCC 98.3 FM. It has also been featured on Tom Robinson‘s show on BBC Radio 6 Music and Tom remastered a live version of Street Recordings (Part 1) for single release. The CD version is out on Amazon on 27th January 2023 and can be preordered.

The Music Of Sound are a small ensemble working with the Welsh composer Neil March. The current line-up is Anyia Sofia (Flute), Florie Namir (Piano & Vocals) and Neil March (Synthesizer & Electronix) though other members perform with them periodically. The Music Of Sound’s most recent live performance was at Vanishing Point @ AMP Studios on Thursday 5th January 2023.. Check out the new EP here. You can also view a video of the Music of Sound playing the new track Berceuse (from the little room) live at the Tomorrow Calling Festival here.

The name The Music of Sound, in addition to being a playful reference to a well-known musical, reflects their unique technique of taking recordings of actual environmental or urban sounds (construction machinery, engines, sirens etc.) from which they can derive pitch and, through digital manipulation, create actual harmony so that the sounds of their living and working environment become musical instruments and directly influence their harmonic language (as opposed to just being sound effects). The name was first revealed by BBC Radio 3’s Suzy Klein when she introduced them on the BBC Introducing Stage at Latitude Festival in 2017.

The Music Of Sound are signed to the South East London-based Anglo-Irish indie label Dimple Discs, home of The Undertones, Jah Wobble, Sean O’Hagan, Telefis and Keeley to name a few. They are published by Newcastle-Upon-Tyne based Wipeout Music Publishing. For more information please contact the band’s management at