As well as being a landmark label in UK electronic music history, Irdial wowed the world in a wider context with some of its "found sound" projects, most notably the "Conet Project" CD which revealed the decades-long held secret of Numbers Stations, and the "Electric Enigma" CD featuring recordings made of the Aurora Borealis.
As part of its embracing the Free Music Philosophy, Irdial has made the majority of its catalogue available for free download from the Internet.
Catalogue numbers 31 - 40 do not appear as Discogs entries as they do not exist as physical releases. These places in the catalogue were taken up by radio transmissions under the title "Monster Music". The shows were pre-recorded and given to DJ Chips who aired them on his show on Touchdown FM, a prominent London pirate radio station in the early-mid 1990s. Subsequent to this they were also aired on Radio 4U in Berlin by Monika Dietel, and in Denmark at Lydmuren on National Danish Radio.
The Monster Music shows are listed below by Irdial catalogue number, compiling/performing artist, and title.
31 ird mmr 1 - Akin Fernandez - "Yes UFOs"
32 ird mmr 2 - Akin Fernandez - "Once Upon A Time"
33 ird mmr 3 - Matt Cogger - "Cosmat Selection"
34 ird mmr 4 - Akin Fernandez - "Perfect Game Music Fan Collection"
35 ird mmr 5 - Akin Fernandez - "Perfume World"
36 ird mmr 6 - Akin Fernandez - "Hip Hop 1983 collection"
37 ird mmr 7 - Akin Fernandez - "Creed Taylor To The Rescue!"
38 ird mmr 8 - Cultureclash - "Cultureclash Utrecht"
39 ird mmr 9 - Akin Fernandez - "Disco Lesson"
40 ird mmr 10 - Akin Fernandez - "Omnus Carwash"