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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. Below are two episodes from his six-part series that focuses on the piano and the tool “Stratus Pianos” which takes his piano playing, digitalises it, and […]

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Max LL

Max LL – “Civilization” Review

Feeling the Latin groove

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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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GoGo Penguin

GoGo Penguin – “A Humdrum Star” Review

Jazz’s finest

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The Fretless

Live Vault – The Fretless

Folk quartet to get you foot stomping into Spring

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Youssoupha Sidibe

Youssoupha Sibide – “Sacred Sounds” Review

A new star of the kora has arrived

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Slow Meadow

Slow Meadow – “Costero” Review

Music in slow motion

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Mammal Hands

Mammal Hands – “Shadow Work” Review

Jazz album of the year

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Andrew Jasinski

Andrew Jasinski – “Embracing the Universe” Review

The hang drum for relaxation and relief

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Johnny Bell

Johnny Bell – “Johnny Bell and The Visitors” Review

Music of the plains

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Manos Milonakis – “Festen” Review

Moody textures from the cutting room floor

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Wojtek Szczepanik

Wojtek Szczepanik – “Instinct 432hz” Review

A calming piano that’s sent to heal.

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Gentle Love

Norihiko Hibino Releases “Prescription for Serenity” App

The musical app to send you to sleep

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Daigo Hanada

Daigo Hanada – “Ichiru” Review

A quiet reflection from the inside of a music box

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Hauschka

Hauschka – “What If” Review

The line between genius and madness is straddled to perfection

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The Travelers VGM

The Travelers VGM -“The Travelers” Review

Going back to the forest for ancient game music arrangements

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Western Skies Motel

Western Skies Motel – “Settlers” Review

One of the most understated greatest guitar albums of the decade

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Stefano Guzzetti

Stefano Guzzetti – “Escape” Review

A sci-fi ballet of piano and string

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GoGo Penguin

GoGo Penguin – “Man Made Object” Review

Instrumental Album of the Year

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