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Mammal Hands

Mammal Hands – “Shadow Work” Review

Jazz album of the year

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Minute Taker

Minute Taker – “Reconstruction” Review

Lusciously marching towards dreamlike madness

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LTO

LTO – “Storybook” Review

The haunting of a looped piano riff

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Niklas Paschburg

Introducing… Niklas Paschburg

Genre melding compositions

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Sarah Walk

Sarah Walk – “Little Black Book” Review

Enter a new master of the piano rock genre

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Bruno Sanfilippo

Bruno Sanfilippo – “Lost and Found” Review

Contemplative pianist Bruno Sanfilippo returned last month with a new album “Lost and Found”. Bruno takes compositions from previous albums and reimagined with different feeling and emotions in the playing. The differences are subtle at times, but Sanfilippo is able to create a cinematic space with his music. “Peter” is melancholy with its piano playing […]

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Benjamin Clementine

Benjamin Clementine – “I Saw A Fly” Review

The craziest genius of 2017?

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Out Lines

Out Lines – “Conflats” Review

Heart breaking tales from the darkest depths of Scotland

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Loreena McKennitt

Loreena McKennitt releases first track in 11 years

Back on the music scene for a special cause

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Marasy

Marasy – “Vocalo Piano” Review

When computers turn into ivory tones

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Dmitry Evgrafov

Dmitry Evgrafov – “Comprehension of Light” Review

Charting the audio journey from dark to light

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Johanna Glaza

Johanna Glaza – “Wind Sculptures” Review

I give you the innocent piano princess

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Sarah Walk

Sarah Walk shares title track from upcoming debut album

She’s still angry… and now she has an album! My ears are ready.

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Tori Amos

Tori Amos – “Native Invader” Review

It’s not very often that I purposely delay reviewing something, but when I first listened to Native Invader, I initially felt quite underwhelmed. There were four or five songs that jumped out immediately but the rest felt quite bland and meandering. For the lady whom I currently regard as my favourite musical artist, I was […]

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Matt Emery

Matt Emery – “Empire” Review

Simple melodies for quiet nights in

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Kev Minney

Kev Minney – “Stories Of The Sky” Review

Spacious, calming and full of little surprises

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Ed Carlsen

Ed Carlsen – “Elusive Frames” Review

Piano for the minimalists and imaginative

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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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