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Various Artists ~ String Layers Vol. II

21 artists, 90 minutes of strings, all exclusive to this release ~ fans of modern composition, rejoice!  We’re delighted to see so many names familiar to our site, including relative newcomers Toechter and Justina Jaruševičiūtė alongside stalwarts such as Julia

Various Artists ~ String Layers Vol. II

21 artists, 90 minutes of strings, all exclusive to this release ~ fans of modern composition, rejoice!  We’re delighted to see so many names familiar to our site, including relative newcomers Toechter and Justina Jaruševičiūtė alongside stalwarts such as Julia

Laura Masotto ~ WE

As we emerge from the pandemic, we have the opportunity to decide again whom we want to be.  Will we concentrate on ourselves: the opportunity to gather, to drink, to insist on the most selfish of our rights?  Or might

Laura Masotto ~ WE

As we emerge from the pandemic, we have the opportunity to decide again whom we want to be.  Will we concentrate on ourselves: the opportunity to gather, to drink, to insist on the most selfish of our rights?  Or might

Simon Goff ~ Vale

Violinist Simon Goff delves into post-rock titles and electronic rhythms, making Vale a true cross-genre affair.  Viewing his collaborators and tour partners, it all makes sense; the composer drinks in the best parts of the world and rearranges them into sonic textures.

Simon Goff ~ Vale

Violinist Simon Goff delves into post-rock titles and electronic rhythms, making Vale a true cross-genre affair.  Viewing his collaborators and tour partners, it all makes sense; the composer drinks in the best parts of the world and rearranges them into sonic textures.

Echo Collective ~ The See Within

Our readers may think they are seeing double:  just as individual members of string quintet BOW, reviewed here last month, Echo Collective has worked with A Winged Victory for the Sullen and Jóhann Jóhannsson.  There’s even a bit of cross-pollination between Echo

Echo Collective ~ The See Within

Our readers may think they are seeing double:  just as individual members of string quintet BOW, reviewed here last month, Echo Collective has worked with A Winged Victory for the Sullen and Jóhann Jóhannsson.  There’s even a bit of cross-pollination between Echo

Echo Collective ~ Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac

We’re aware that this album may split audiences.  Last year, some of our readers were appalled that we liked We Stood Like Kings’ new score for Koyaanisqatsi.  This adaptation is even more assertive: an all-instrumental version of Radiohead’s Amnesiac.  Echo Collective‘s version

Echo Collective ~ Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac

We’re aware that this album may split audiences.  Last year, some of our readers were appalled that we liked We Stood Like Kings’ new score for Koyaanisqatsi.  This adaptation is even more assertive: an all-instrumental version of Radiohead’s Amnesiac.  Echo Collective‘s version

Luca D’Alberto ~ Endless

Endless shatters all records for early announcements, as the first promotions were made 16 December, exactly six months prior to release.  The gorgeous “Wait for Me” video was the opening salvo, the title ironic as the wait has at times seemed endless.

Luca D’Alberto ~ Endless

Endless shatters all records for early announcements, as the first promotions were made 16 December, exactly six months prior to release.  The gorgeous “Wait for Me” video was the opening salvo, the title ironic as the wait has at times seemed endless.