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yMusic Explore 'Ecstatic Science'

Ecstatic Science, the fourth album by modern ensemble yMusic, provides a satisfying snapshot of contemporary classical music in 2020.

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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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