Colm Ó Cíosóig (born 31 October 1964 in Dublin, Ireland) is the drummer and a founding member of London-based, Irish Shoegaze band My Bloody Valentine.

In 1994, Ó Cíosóig produced and contributed “sampled keyboards” to Wreakage, the fifth album by Dublin-based artist/musician, Stano. In 1997, he was a guest musician on Fire in a Dream Cage by L. Both albums were released on Hue Records. Ó Cíosóig was credited with “Digital Editing” on Laika’s 1995 debut “Silver Apples of the Moon”

Ó Cíosóig had formed the short-lived band, Clear Spot, with Stereolab bassist Simon Johns. They had released a 7” vinyl single Moonman Bop on Duophonic Records in 1998.

In 2004, Ó Cíosóig was a guest drummer on Vetiver’s self-titled album. In 2005, he, along with Shields and Sandoval, contributed to Le Volume Courbe’s debut album, and he was a guest musician on Film School’s 2007 release Hideout.

Ó Cíosóig also recorded songs for The Tigerbeat, a San Francisco-based band that features his sister Fionnuala.

Edited by NoahIsCool on 23 Nov 2011, 07:21

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