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    Midnight Rhumba

    Opening with a marvellously light, pulsing piece in L’Italiana you find your hips swinging and your feet tapping immediately: then the accordion joins in to […]

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    Rhytm Bred

    A light delicate touch has been used by the talented Perth percussion duo, Josh Hogan and Steve Richter to introduce a sense of fantasy and […]

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    Peaceful Journey

    Utter bliss! That is really all I need to say about this latest release from Syversen. Complete and utter bliss! A bubble bath for the […]

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    Visions

    Drawing on the peace, tranquillity and transient nature of the Parisienne night, Gronau gets down to business on his latest album Visions, creating in a […]

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    Beauty and Fire

    Glorious, sumptuous and delicious – right from the very first note to the very last note, each and every track on this offering of world […]

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    Giving Voice

    On Giving Voice you can and maybe should get very technical with the style and rhythm of each piece but in many ways, by doing […]

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    A Coalescence of Dreams

    In Timothy Wenzel’s latest album he combines many of his life philosophies blended with his dream state to create music which woos’ you gently into […]

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    inhale slowly

    When White and Paulino set out to enhance, or if you like develop further, a set of music they created to aid spoken word meditation […]

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    Love Bomb

    A reality check came for Oswalt when he fell from his trusty bicycle for the second time; same place, same damage, same operation but differing […]

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    Midsummer

    New Age really does not begin to describe this latest release from well know German musician Uwe Gronau, because at least to me, “new age’ […]

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    BEEing Human

    In this Brulands’ third album he manages to combine his love of farming with his love of music, creating a totally diverse, interesting, relaxing and […]

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    Songs to the Goddess

    When you put such talents as Annette Cantor and C.G. Deuter together you can only get one thing – that is excellence and in this […]

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    The Shape of Things

    Intriguing, interesting and not at all as expected, this offering from well know Irish pianist Josh Johnston proves to be as ethereal and misty as […]

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    El Dorado

    The boys form Luna Blanca are back again with their fifth album and in their very definite style have delivered the good once again with […]

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    Renewal

    In Renewal, Pederson has successfully managed to breathe new life into classical Hymns by stripping away the trappings of “traditional church music”, exposing the beautiful […]

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    Los Angeles Blues

    Although the Album is titled Los Angeles Blues it is perhaps the furthest thing from blues in the traditional style of blues music. Rather, it […]

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    Silhouette of a Season

    Interesting, is perhaps not quite the way to describe this album from Matt Millecchia in this his first formal album, which has been produced by […]

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    Future Memory

    Synthesiser, Piano: Piano, Synthesiser: add a bit of percussion, a lick of guitar now and then, a very clever artist and there you have it, […]

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    Carried Away

    Beautiful and elegant are only two of the many words which can be used to describe the first original album released by award wining pianist […]

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    Linger Longer

    From the first note this is one very special album created and played with strength, love and the joy of living. Emotion has been used […]

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