Mixing ethereal digital is better than with Gaelic harp, vocalist/harpist Emer Kenny offers gathered a faithful group of fans worldwide with her consistently beautiful and wistful recordings. Given birth to in Dublin, Kenny began playing the harp at age nine. After learning music at the faculty of Music in Dublin as well as the Trinity University of Music in London, Kenny became involved with composing music for Dublin’s live theaters. Looks on tv attracted the eye of Dublin’s press and finally the U.K. branch of the Mercury label. They released her self-titled debut in 1997 with visitor spots from Key Backyard violinist Fionnuala Sherry and initial Chieftains percussionist Peadar Mercier. Her edition from the Stranglers’ “Golden Dark brown” drew very much airplay and interest, as the album’s “Heaven” became the soundtrack to tv advertisements on both edges from the Atlantic and stormed up worldwide dance graphs in its Junior Vasquez remix. Triloka released the album in the us, as they do her 2001 launch, Fades into Day time, an recording that included even more downtempo digital beats and pop sensibilities than before. A far more even mixture of organic/digital was found on Kenny’s 2004 recording, Parting Cup, with her Triloka label becoming a member of the effective Artemis family.