Being interviewed by the infamous Tilllate Magazine about his structured noise release and press and label success, Diarmaid goes on to explain how he managed to edge his way into the Techno world and the influences in the creation of his new style of electronic music. The Magazine go so far as to introduce him as one of "The Scene's brightest new stars"..
One of UK's hottest music magazines, CORE, featured the release of Diarmaid's Structured Noise album, Dubbing it to be "An essential for all techno heads out there"
Diarmaid joins Irish Magazine 'Connected' (Check out the site here www.connected.ie) for an interview about Irelands hardest working electronic music professionals. Running through the day to day workings of his life in techno, explaining the future plans of his label Gobsmacked and reminiscing on previous successes, the interview made a double page spread. unfortunately the picture below is the largest available at the moment, but we'll make a more readable one available asap.
Diarmaid's second studio album 'Structured Noise' was eaten up by critics throughout the Uk and Irish music publication media, being touted as "An essential for all techno heads" by the massive Core Magazine UK and with massive reviews from Dj Mag, Notion Mag, 365 and many more. The techno album was one of Diarmaid's defining direction changes towards his modern sound and as a result was touted by the infamous Tilllate as "One of Techno's brightest new stars".
M8 Magazine: One to Watch 2009
Early in his music career, Diarmaid O Meara was selected, named and featured by M8 Magazine, one of the core of Electronic music magazines at the time, as "One To Watch", where they decided that he would be one of the future heavyweights in the Techno scene as a result of quick rise and talent. Giving a full page interview in early 2009, which you can check out here.