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Tristan Perich's 'Drift Multiply' Charts a New Course for the Fusion of Composition and Electronics

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.

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Robbie Lee and Mary Halvorson Find an Old, New Weirdness on 'Seed Triangular'

Nearly every track on Robbie Lee and Mary Halvorson's Seed Triangular surprises, and if the disc fails to cohere, the pleasure of hearing the two artists figure out what they're doing remains.

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Tin Hat: the rain is a handsome animal

With a virtuosity that's both technical and organic, Tin Hat take the poetry of E. E. Cummings and transform it into a beautiful set of musical interpretations.

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20 Questions: William Brittelle

With his daring electro-acoustic chamber classical album Loving the Chambered Nautilus still ringing fondly in our memory, PopMatters takes Brooklyn-based composer William Brittelle to task with our 20 Questions.

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William Brittelle & ACME: Loving the Chambered Nautilus

On paper, the union of '80s synths and chamber strings may sound like a laughable or even nightmarish listen. But Loving the Chambered Nautilus takes both of them and produces New Amsterdam's strongest release of the year thus far.

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Michael Mizrahi: The Bright Motion

It's not an easy listen by any means, but for those interested in either well-performed solo piano music or innovative "indie classical", The Bright Motion is a must.

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New Amsterdam

On its surface, New Amsterdam is yet another show featuring a detective with a gimmick.

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Counting Crows: New Amsterdam

Amidst the pleasant yet bland newer material remains hope that the Crows can one day recapture their wet-behind-the-ears, nervous and energetic charm.


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