Alf Carlsson travels in the footsteps of Jan Johansson, but does it in his own way.
Spreading empathy, understanding, and love for Autism.
Serg EF is a musician who’s been on the move all his life.
Ever wondered how prime numbers would sound? Greg Davis’ New Primes might give an answer.
Nikol Bókovás fourth album Elements coincides with a new recording label.
Sonic Acts’ two new Inversia releases study the sounds of the Arctic city.
Vagn Holmboe was a prolific composer who is remembered for his symphonies
Nothing is ever still, ever completed.
Andreas Toftemark sends good vibes from his New York Flight.
Trio Medieval sings to restless souls.
An audiophile recording with non-trivial music by Peder af Ugglas.
When 0.396 cents matters.
SUPERBLOOM is a collaborative debut between cellist Maarten Vos and pianist Nils Davidse.
Peter Bjørnild & Frans de Rond have recorded albumful of jazzy music challenging the possibilities of current recording technology. A fabulous one-mic recording.
Prague/CZ based independent record label Animal Music is offering a new release of Nikol Bokova.
Chesky Records’ new release presents the music of Led Zeppelin played by Obed Calvaire, Bob Franceschini, Kevin Hays, & Orlando le Fleming.
A symphony written for a chamber orchestra makes an interesting type of composition that inspired composers from the early to late 20th century, Kalevi Aho and George Enescu among others.
Two modern musical pioneers, Robert Jürjendal and Miguel Noya, combine their ethnic background and musical forces in their new album The Power of Distance.
The nature itself as the main artist, humans merely accompanying as featuring artists.
Zeena Parkins’ latest album makes captivating listening.
The Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet’s mono LP is wonderful both in terms of performance and sound quality.
The Swedish record label Opus 3 is widely known for its audiophile grade recordings. In early days it was more jazz and classical music, nowadays increasingly blues.
The eminent British singer-songwriter, composer and record producer Scott Walker passed away on March 22. Walker’s final studio album Bish Bosch (2012) sends a clear message to the ‘unlistening’: Tilt, Drift, Bish Bosh!
On his first album Pure Cello Vincent Belanger premiers on Grutzmacher’s Elite Etudes.
The British pianist and composer Gwilym Simcock performing with the City of London Sinfonia.
The audiophile spontaneity of kindred spirits turns fleeting moments into sweeping cinematic tracks.
Noah and his Swedish buddy’s musical journey from Maine to Gothenburg.
New music for a contemporary baroque orchestra. FIBO & Jukka Tiensuu.
Improvising over complex rhythms and forms.
Waller writes music for calm moments and seemingly reflective moods.