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Ahead of their new album Hello Future, the experimental trio Malnoia led by pianist Jorn Swart and including viola and bass clarinet have released a new single, First Ocean. Inspired by science fiction films and literature, each of the compositions on the album is accompanied by a short story. Mixing up jazz and chamber music, …

Alexandra Hamilton-Ayres has released “Dance”, the first single from her debut album 2 Years Stranger. The Bristol-based film composer spent two years in her family home while her father lay in a medically-induced coma, making recordings with her childhood piano.  Hamilton-Ayres’ experience in capturing atmosphere is on full display with “Dance”: the rough and raw …

Ahead of the release of his forthcoming ‘Mirage’ album, out on 1st May via the brilliant Erased Tapes label, Berlin based composer and producer Ben Lukas Boysenhas released a new single, ‘Clarion’. Of new single ‘Clarion’, Ben tells us that “this song started as a simple piano line and while listening to it on loop over …

After releasing music under many different monikers, including Teen Daze, Two Bicycles and Pacific Coliseum, Jamison Isaak has released the first music under his own name with EP1. Recorded between his home studio and Protection Island Recording (with Jonathan Anderson) in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, this EP navigates through four serene piano pieces. Anderson, who …

The Nearness is taken from the new album, ‘Centres’ from Vancouver-based vocalist / composer Ian William Craig, his first for FatCat’s pioneering 130701 imprint, which has in the past released music from the likes of Max Richter, Hauschka, Dustin O’Halloran, Jóhann Jóhannsson and others, although it is in fact his ninth album. Most of those …