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Album Review : Steve Reich’s ‘Pulse/Quartet’

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Chloe Flower is a name that you know. After her sensational appearance with Cardi B stole the show at the 2019 Grammy Awards there is many who have took notice. Now with her album out available to the world there is even more need to know her name and her music. “I was thinking about …

With her album due 16th July via Sony Music Masterworks, the multi talented Chloe Flower has shared another track in anticipation – ‘Bohemia’. Chloe notes: “I am used to not fitting in. Growing up, I didn’t always fit in with the traditional asian community and I didn’t totally fit in with my mostly white community.  In …

After performing with Cardi B at the 2019 Grammy Awards, Chloe Flower’s is all set to release her self titled debut album on 16th July via Sony Music Masterworks. The third single to be taken for the album is – ‘Tamie’ Which is dedicated to her dear friend Tamie and is full of the beauty and …

Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Stein Akslen new project Minneriket draws on influences as various as punk, goth and classical with the intensity of the early Norwegian black metal, to create deeply moving and intresting pieces of music. Track ‘Hjemlengsel’ is the first to be released from the forthcoming album ’50 Shades Of Blackness’ due later this year. Cooperating with session …

Moby announces new album Reprise, which will give a classical makeover to much-loved highlights from the musical pioneer’s 30-year career. Together with the Budapest Art Orchestra, new orchestral and acoustic arrangements see recognizable rave classics and anthems truly transformed. A stellar line-up of guest artists include Kris Kristofferson, Amythyst Kiah, Gregory Porter, Skylar Grey, Mark …

RUTGER HOEDEMAEKERS is the most recent addition to 130701’s almost obscenely strong and talented stable of artists working at the forefront of modern composition. You may not yet have come across him, even if you are an aficionado of modern composition; but if you are amongst that number, you’ve heard him collaboratively in the work …

Icelandic group The Hamrahlíð Choir are releasing the first single ‘Cosmogony’, taken from their upcoming album ‘Come and be Joyful’. Written by Björk and Sjón, ‘Cosmogony’ is an entirely acapella work which was first performed by the Hamrahlíð Choir at the premiere performance of Björk’s critically acclaimed Cornucopia show at The Shed, New York, last year.  …

YOU MAY or may not be enough of an aficionado of modern composition to have come across Rutger Hoedemaekers, who’s recently signed to FatCat’s superb leftfield and experimental modern composition imprint, 130701 – but if this particular area of our musical landscape grabs you by the heart, you soon will be and frankly, damn well …

We are delighted to be given the opportunity to premiere the video for the title track of Australian pianist/composer Pat Jaffe‘s debut album ‘Eldorado’. Unusually for us, this is a classical piece but one of such delicacy and charm that makes it enchanting for anyone who appreciates great music. ‘Eldorado’ has an inherent enigmatic and …

QUEST ENSEMBLE, the British trio comprised of pianist Filipe Sousa, cellist Tara Franks and violinist Preetha Narayanan, are finally releasing their warmly evocative LP The Other Side on vinyl this Friday, September 18th.  With bottlenecks in vinyl pressing yet another of the many-headed hydra of consequences of the corona virus, the vinyl arrives for purchase …