Posts Tagged: Mercury KX

Ólafur Arnalds ~ re:member

If you haven’t yet checked out Norman Records’ review of re:member, we urge you to do so immediately.  It’s quite funny, and underlines the way in which Ólafur Arnalds has conquered the hearts of those who adore lovely music.  But to pigeonhole Arnalds

Ólafur Arnalds ~ re:member

If you haven’t yet checked out Norman Records’ review of re:member, we urge you to do so immediately.  It’s quite funny, and underlines the way in which Ólafur Arnalds has conquered the hearts of those who adore lovely music.  But to pigeonhole Arnalds

Luke Howard ~ Open Heart Story

Is it possible to retain a sense of intimacy – even isolation – when backed by a 23-strong orchestra? Through his short yet prolific career, Luke Howard has distinguished his piano-based work amidst a sea of imitators by its variety

Luke Howard ~ Open Heart Story

Is it possible to retain a sense of intimacy – even isolation – when backed by a 23-strong orchestra? Through his short yet prolific career, Luke Howard has distinguished his piano-based work amidst a sea of imitators by its variety

First Half Highlights ~ The Top 20

We’ve reached the midway point of 2018, and polled our staff to discover their first half highlights!  This is a great way to keep track of what we’ve reviewed so far and are still enjoying in July.  We suspect many

First Half Highlights ~ The Top 20

We’ve reached the midway point of 2018, and polled our staff to discover their first half highlights!  This is a great way to keep track of what we’ve reviewed so far and are still enjoying in July.  We suspect many

Floex & Tom Hodge ~ A Portrait of John Doe

Some collaborations are like a firework – instant, uncontrollable and short-lived. Others are like a hearthstone fire – calculated, nurtured and long-lasting. After meeting at Berlin Festival in 2014, Czech composer/artist Tomas Dvorak (aka Floex) and UK composer/pianist Tom Hodge

Floex & Tom Hodge ~ A Portrait of John Doe

Some collaborations are like a firework – instant, uncontrollable and short-lived. Others are like a hearthstone fire – calculated, nurtured and long-lasting. After meeting at Berlin Festival in 2014, Czech composer/artist Tomas Dvorak (aka Floex) and UK composer/pianist Tom Hodge