My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-10-23) →
The Gonzaga Band (47) My Brightest Diamond (43) sonic.art Saxophone Quartet (30) Brooke Fraser (17) Rossen Popov (13) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
It’s going to be quiet here for the next few weeks. For medical reasons, I won’t be able to spend much time in front of my computer, but don’t worry: I’ll be back. If you want to know more and read/speak German, you can read my blog article about it. http://www.uergsel.de/index.php?/archives/1069-Voruebergehend-geschlossen.html And don’t be scared ;-)
#musicmonday No. 15 - Nocturnal Ambient by...
Oh, there’s is so much I could write about the musical world of James Fahy aka. ambienteer, there’s probably even one or another word, I could write about how hard earned this latest release “Nocturne” was created, but instead, I just leave you with his music, his wondrous, dark, cryptic, sometimes a little frightening journey through the sleepless nights of an insomniac. ...
#musicmonday No. 14 – listen to the new Kate Bush...
First the best Tori Amos release since ages with “Night of Hunters”, then the fantastic and glorious return of Björk with “Biophilia”… and now a very promising single from the forthcoming Kate Bush album “50 Words for Snow”. The most important women in pop/rock music are back for good.
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-10-2) →
Chen Reiss (24) Handel and Haydn Society, Harry Christophers (21) James Ehnes · BBC Philharmonic, Gianandrea Noseda (21) Tori Amos (16) Peter Gabriel (14) Imported from
#musicmonday No. 13 – Instrumental Progressive...
Matt Stevens’s music really needs no introduction. The London-based guitarist and loop artist has already made his name in the free music world and beyond that. But still, you might haven’t heard his stuff. If you haven’t, do yourself a favour and listen (and download) to his newest release “Relic” - it’s simply a fantastic journey through today’s...
Remarkable releases - September 2011
I haven’t heard much free music last month. I was quite busy with work and personal stuff so my list of remarkable releases for September is rather short and even more incomplete than usual. Still, here’s what I discovered last month: Altus - Symmetry and Shadow (self release) - Ambient / CC-licensed Beth Kleist - Drei (Distance Recordings) - Ambient / Krautrock / Acoustic / Drone /...