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Other Voices 2018 | “it helps to feed the artistic needs of everyone who attends” Elma Orkestra – Q&A

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Other Voices 2018 will descend upon Dingle, County Kerry from November 30th to December 2nd. Derry-based producer Elma Orkestra will be playing as part of this year’s Hennessy Other Voices Music Trail and took the time to speak to TLMT. 

What’s the last song you listened to on Spotify? 

Conor Mason ‘We Watched The Sky Rotate’

What do you think makes Other Voices such a special gig for artists to play?

I’ve always seen it as a musician’s festival. The choice of artists is always incredibly tasteful and the scene is a respectful one. The location is also beautiful and remote and I’m sure it helps to feed the artistic needs of everyone who attends.

What song are you enjoying playing live the most right now?

I’ve been enjoying playing my entire ‘Flutter: Part One’ album back to back. It only takes 30 minutes but that’s how it was supposed to be listened to. One continuous stream of music… a journey.

What other acts would you most recommend people see from the Other Voices?

I’m looking forward to seeing Conor Mason and TWBS. I’ve been given a few tips for other interesting acts that I’ll certainly check out too.

With 2018 coming at an end. What are your future plans, gigs, releases etc going into 2019?

2019 is going to be an epic year. I can’t tell you whats planned yet but all will be revealed in January. It’s going to be a lot of fun!

Other Voices 2018 will take place in Dingle from November 30th to December 2nd for more information visit


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