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Who Why Where What is pMad’s Album

Good Day Noir Family,
today the great pMad debuts with his first album. Here’s what I think of this music product.

Who Why Where What is pMad’s Album

I have listened very carefully to this beautiful album.

Before writing something I tried to immerse myself completely in the musical world created by pMad.

I had already enjoyed his music in the past but I must say that the full album completes the vision of this artist.

This mix of distorted guitars, grooves, and industrial nuances is a winning sonic blend. pMad wants to take you to another reality parallel to the one you have in front of your eyes.

A nostalgic and dark world but at the same time also refined and unique.

All the songs on Who Why Where What are solid and the album follows a coherent thread

I recommend listening to these songs several times and savoring them like a glass of aged whiskey … in small sips in order to appreciate all the small details.

10 out of 10.

Who Why Where What is pMad’s Album Out Now!


Fantastic and Refined!


Who Why Where What is pMad’s Album

Paul Dillon is a solo artist named pMad from Portumna, Co. Galway in Ireland. Who has now released 3 singles and his ‘Broken’ EP with amazing success. Getting to #1 in many independent charts worldwide. All pMad’s music is self released on Zedakube Records.

Starting out with writing and playing with The Suicidal Dufflecoats to The Return of the Suicidal Dufflecoats to The Greeting & now to pMad, Covid-19 strikes and Paul sets up ‘The Best of Irish Indie’ on Facebook which through the pandemic created many polls that enabled followers to vote for ‘The Best Irish Indie Album’, The Best Irish Indie Single’ and ‘The Best Irish Indie Debut Single’. Now that vision of the music in his head is now moving to the outside. “If this was 1985 and Cathal Coughlan met Matt Johnson in London. And they decided they could make some music together. And they did and they made a record. If… if they did, it might just sound like the inspired new music from pMad.” – The Daily Earworm

More singles to be released throughout 2023, with the album Who Why Where What out now.




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