Fiddler and multi-instrumentalist Colm Macintosh Con Iomaire originated from a music category of Irish-speaking Dubliners. Elevated on both traditional and Irish traditional music, he created quickly, developing the Celtic folk group Kíla in 1987 with many of his classmates from supplementary school. Within their start, Kíla were well-known in the Dublin busking picture alongside future Structures frontman Glen Hansard. Macintosh Con Iomaire and Hansard struck up a camaraderie and in 1991, and he and guitarist David Odlum still left Kíla to become listed on the Structures. In the past due ’90s, he seized a chance to rating some music for the Irish-language tv place TG4. This resulted in other composing presents, and soon credit scoring for film and tv became a significant shop for his imagination and allowed him experimentation beyond his use the Structures. In 2006, he became a member of Hansard and Czech vocalist/songwriter Tagéta Irglová being a touring person in their music group the Swell Period. Macintosh Con Iomaire produced his single debut in 2008 using the critically acclaimed instrumental record The Hare’s Part. His graceful mixture of traditional, jazz, and traditional designs evoked a cinematic character inspired by his soundtrack function. A follow-up record, And Now the elements premiered in early 2015.