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Decal - Electro form Dublin Ireland

Based in Dublin city, Ireland, Decal has been making electronic music since 1993. A duo up until January 2003, they released their debut album ‘Ultramack 004’ on their own Ultramack label in 1994. The album came to the attention of Nina Walshe and Andrew Weatherall at Sabrettes Records and Tony Thorpe at Language Records and resulted in Decal’s first international releases on said labels.

Since their debut Decal has released an impressive catalogue of music on a whole host of labels including Ultramack, Trama Industries, Rotters Golf Club, Planet Mu, Leaf, Law & Auder, Lo Recording, D1 Recordings, React, Satamile, Warp and many others and have turned in remixes for the likes of Two Lone Swordsmen, Keith Tucker and Mark Broom.

Now slimmed down to Alan O’Boyle, Decal can currently be found every Friday as resident at the electro club night Bleep at Bodkins on Bolton Street in Dublin.

Dennis McNulty has quit Decal to concentrate on a career in sound art, electronic improv and beatless ambient experimental music.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Dublin, Ireland's Decal started life in 1993 as a duo. Alan O'Boyle ran an ad looking for members for his indie band and Dennis McNulty responded. Influenced by everything from Steve Reich to Chaka Khan, the two started recording layers of guitars with electronics underneath. Lack of decent studio equipment made recording the guitar difficult, turning Decal into an entirely electronic band by default. Their debut, Ultramack 004, appeared in 1994 on their own Ultramack label and drew praise from influential...
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