It has taken me a while to get to this but I’ve been meaning to make a note of a recent musical discovery. Back in June I wrote in praise of a Radio 4 documentary about computer programming languages. In that I mentioned that I particularly liked the music, each episode had music that attempted to capture the character of the language being discussed, but that I couldn’t find any info about who the artist was. Then the producer of the programme very kindly got in touch to point me to Miaoux Miaoux the musician who had been specially commissioned to write the music for the series.
Miaoux Miaoux, real name Julian Corrie, is a Glasgow based musician and producer who has released three albums and created various remixes. He also, according to Wikipedia, was born on the same day as me (although not in the same year).
I finally got around to properly exploring the tracks of his available on Spotify this week, and I really like the stuff. I don’t really know how to properly describe these things but I will give it a go and call the music intelligent electronic indie pop of a consistent quality and character. His third album, School of Velocity, which is rather good, was released in June 2015.
For reference here are various links related to Miaoux Miaoux: