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Soley

Soley – “Eternal Summer” Review

When experimental and melody meet perfectly in the middle.

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Matt Emery

Introducing… Matt Emery

Piano compositions for the reflective heart

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Pokemon Red and Blue Piano Collection Kickstarter Launched

It’s backed already but you know I love a piano collection!

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Sarah Slean

Video Vault – Sarah Slean

One Love

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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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Charlotte Martin

Charlotte Martin – “Rapture” Review

Unmissable tales from the heart, mind and soul

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Concert Review : Rebekka Karijord

A fascinating evening of music, story and pregnant women everywhere!

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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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Yoko Shimomura

“Final Fantasy XV Piano Collections Moonlit Melodies” Review

A gothic and complex collection of beautiful arrangements

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Live Vault – Rebekka Karijord

A haunting and beautiful rendition of her title track

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Sarah Slean

Sarah Slean – “Metaphysics” Review

One of Canada’s finest returns with another beautiful album

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James Heather

Introducing… James Heather

A new post classical performer to join the charge

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Hauschka

Hauschka – “What If” Review

The line between genius and madness is straddled to perfection

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Sarah Slean

Sarah Slean returns with new album

Welcome back to the Canadian piano pop queen

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Soley

Video Vault – Sóley

Icelandic singer songwriter returns to her organic roots

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Tom Adams

Introducing… Tom Adams

Dreaming the night away with angelic percision

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Rebekka Karijord – “Mother Tongue” Review

Rebekka’s music has often been quite sparse and minimalist but her powerful voice and ability to create a sombre and intimate atmosphere has always made her music feel bigger than the sum of its parts. Never has that been more true than with her new album “Mother Tongue” which focuses of the most primal of […]

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Agnes Obel

Agnes Obel – “Citizen of Glass” Review

When classical meets synth in a hypnotic dream

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