Olafur Arnalds

Olafur Arnalds Shows Off Piano Tech

Olafur Arnalds kick starts his tour next month and he has been showing off some of the technology he uses to compose and create music in new and interesting ways. ...

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Tiasu – “Sanctuary” Review

Chiptunes. Heavily Plugged!
Stefano Guzzetti

Video Vault – Stefano Guzzetti

Paper, ink and ivory
Agnes Obel

Agnes Obel placing three new tracks on “Late Night Tales” guest compilation

A new compilation headed from the singer songwriter

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Minor Technical Difficulties

Bang went my PC – normal service resumes soon!

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El Gran Poder

Lagartijeando – “El Gran Poder” Review

A celebration of South America with a dancefloor edge

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Tom Rosenthal

Tom Rosenthal – “Don’t Die Curious” Review

A happy EP for giving you the wind beneath your wings

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Mellow Gang

Introducing… Mellow Gang

Psych-pop in slow motion

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Max LL

Max LL – “Civilization” Review

Feeling the Latin groove

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A small site update for Higher Plain Music

Updates (no its not April fools!)

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Emiliana Torrini

The Colorist & Emiliana Torrini “Review”

A live orchestral arrangement album to rival the best

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Moderna Records - Intervals

Moderna Records’ “Intervals” Review – Your album for Piano Day

A reflective and quiet collection for piano day

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Muriel Bostorp

Introducing… Muriël Bostdorp

Fluttering piano from the heart and soul

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Trevor Alan Gomes – “Piano Collections Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow/Green” Review

Squirtle on the ivories

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Tunng return with first song in four years

Quirky folktronica band return with a cracker

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Madam West

Madam West – “Warm Bodies” Review

When a synth pop duo grows into a rocking soul band

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Knightstown – “Keep” Review

2am danceclub afterglow in its finest

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Muffin – “Muffin EP” Review

Grassroots grunge to freak to

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Tori Amos

Experience Tori Amos – in 16bit RPG Concert Form!

Let’s go future retro retro cool with all the chiptunes!

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Introducing… Curvs

The dark alley of synth rock

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Breathe Panel

Introducing… Breathe Panel

Seaside shoegazers launching debut album

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GoGo Penguin

GoGo Penguin – “A Humdrum Star” Review

Jazz’s finest

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Philip Glass

Inspirations of Music: Philip Glass

On scoring one of my all time favourite films

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Clock Opera

Clock Opera – “You’ve Got What I Need” Review

A bonus collection of alternative versions and new tracks for the album of 2017

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