Christopher Otto and experimental string ensemble JACK Quartet apply the concept of “just intonation” to create a stirring, intense triple string quartet.
Nala Sinephro’s Space 1.8 is minimalist, an understated electroacoustic gem perfect for late-night listening. It’s one for the pantheon of cosmic jazz classics.
Backed by an eclectic group of musicians, the latest work from violist/composer Jessica Pavone is centered on intuition and instinct.
Insect Ark is Dana Schechter’s solo project again and the focus is no longer on heavy music but on dark ambient atmospherics for the new EP, Future Fossils.
“It’s really simple,” Yann Tiersen explains. “There is no inspiration out of [the location], there is no deeper meaning than to just juxtapose music and places.”
Chris Carter, the architect of Throbbing Gristle’s sound, lets the ripple effects do the talking on the reissues of Electronic Ambient Remixes Three.
Portico Quartet’s Terrain is where grand ambitions and warm sounds meet at an opportune intersection where texture ultimately overrules genre.
Sleaford Mods' 11th studio album runs a glorious gamut from righteous anger to poignant introspection in a masterpiece of incisive cultural commentary and fully realized artistic vision.
Tristan Perich's Drift Multiply is essential listening regardless of your tastes, the combination of violins and one-bit processors has never sounded so graceful.