Delighted to contribute to the very cool Tug Life “pop-up expo” in Old St underground station this morning. I was talking about mobile trends, the invisible glue between the physical world and our digital selves, and how the right kind of new might be over 20 years old!

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DJing at Totally Radio

Oisin DJing Totally Radio

TOP BUZZ DJing for @totallyradio at their first ever POP UP STUDIO at Presuming Ed’s in Brighton today.

“A global journey through soundtracks, spoken word, hip hop, northern soul, blues, trash and more…”

Barry Adamson – Hollywood Sunset
Evi Vine​ & A Owen – Clowns
B.B. King – Ain’t Nobody’s Business
Howie B – Take Your Partner By The Hand feat. ...

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Interview with about Marxman

I was delighted hear from Guillem Murcia from the Spanish political blog, who wanted to chat about my musical past with the band Marxman. I would also highly recommend Guillems mixtape “The Nature Of The Long Depression” featuring an unreleased Marxman cut here.

Interview with Oisin Lunny from the hip-hop group Marxman

We spoke to the producer of one of the most incendiary hip-hop groups in history

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Mobile UX: the invisible link to the digital world

Originally posted on The Guardian Media & Tech Network

Mobile user experience is the glue binding us to our digital selves – at SXSW Interactive, Oisin Lunny and his guests investigated its potential.

As a longtime iPhone user I can still remember my delight when my first Apple handset just worked out of the box. There was no need to refer to a manual; the user experience was magically intuitive. This was in sharp contrast to the torturous hours of ...

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Men Of Arlington – original compositions

Men of Arlington Oisin Lunny

Just uploaded the original compositions for the film Men Of Arlington to SoundCloud. Been meaning to do it for ages.

Full credit to the director Enda Hughes and editor Russell Crockett for selecting the most effective parts of the music for their award winning film!