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    World Café

    Catchy and jaunty the latest work from Ron Korb, World Café, has captured the very essence that makes up all the wonderful, colourful and vibrant […]

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    Flow

    Invited by Lawrence Blatt, incredible player of acoustic and electric guitars and ukulele, to take part in somewhat of an experimental recording, Fiona Joy, acclaimed pianist […]

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    After The Rain

    Glorious, gorgeous and a real treat, this new album, After the Rain  from Neil Tatar combines the best of styles to create an album which […]

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    Listen.

    Ethnomusicology has been presented in a fine and flamboyant style in this second album created by Kulkarni, as he accepts the challenge of blending east […]

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    Drum Distillery

    Circadian rhythms emerge from the speakers in the introductory piece Circadian Spirals: the rhythm is hypnotic, the vibe unusual as the pulse is reminiscent of […]

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    Azul

    Wow, Wow, Wow! Linstead has simply done it again; bought together a great many musical influences and styles to create Azul, a fanatically Latino beat […]

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    Guitare Mystique

    Solo guitarist Jim Stubblefield has gathered his many talents, added his love of fantasy, collected a group of like-minded musicians and created a wonderful voyage […]

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    Stardust

    All encompassing, far reaching, rich and full barely begin to describe Kerani’s latest project of incredible majesty, beauty and strength.  As always she has based […]

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    Ghost Stations

    Once again the dark and mysterious men of Marconi Union have created an album that takes the electronic music genre to a level that is […]

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    Happy Machine

    Touring Australia this month, December, is the band born from the post war trauma of Bosnia Herzegovina, Dubioza Kolektiv, a band that has pulled together […]

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    Crossroads

    If you know absolutely nothing about the background of this music, and let’s face it, we listen to music without any idea of what the […]

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    Rowing In Eden

    When you combine the talents of songstress Rebekah Eden, with the timeless lyrics of the poetry of Emily Dickenson, William Butler Yeates and Arthur Earl […]

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    Trialogue

    In this current album from the talented trio of Sherry Finzer, Darin Mahoney and Will Clipman we are taken on a toe tapping, spirit shifting, […]

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    Scattering Stars

    Tripping delicately through the soundwaves, guitar mixed with synthesizer wraps around an ambient theme created in Beyond the Field, which reoccurs throughout the compositions as […]

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    Selva

    The opening chords are distinctively Ciro Hurtado of flamboyance tempting you to join the latest musical voyage orchestrated by a master of what is referred […]

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    Cliff 75

    Harry Rodger Webb was born in India on 14 October 1940 at King George’s Hospital, Victoria Street, in Lucknow, which was then part of the […]

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