• Posted in:

    Lamentations

    Grammy award winner Thomas Peters has moved away from his ‘comfort zone’ with the creation of what could be considered as experimental music with Lamentations; […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Other Weather

    Billed as ambient classic Other Weather from Jeff Grienke is subtly different to his previous recordings in that piano is the predominant instrument , with […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Ljós

    Beautiful in its simplicity, the work from Fallen aka Lorenzo Brancaloni, Ljos is a gentle acoustic voyage into time, space and place; haunting, delicate, charming, […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Dubnos

    A cacophony of sound is the introduction to prog rock specialist Ronald Buhlmann’s latest album Dubnos, a brilliantly contrived combination of music, noise, extravaganza and […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Future Shock

    How many times can WOW be used in conjunction with an album that is WOW from beginning to end? Jazz Fusion is the name of […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Ethereal IV

    Recorded in single day at the Kismaros Concert Hall in Kismaros, Hungary, at the end of a long tour, the trio of Kevin Kastning, on […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    A Gift of Moments

    Poignant and powerful A Gift of Moments from award winning Louis Anthony deLise transports the emotions to a place of great sensitivity, with a varied […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Renewal

    Sensual sound drifts endlessly outward; a sound created then captured in elemental form by Sherry Finzer in Renewal, a limited release, is another compilation in […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Eagles

    Take It To The Limit The Eagles formed in 1971 as a rock band, at a time when music was once again ripe for change, […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Shunia

    Sa Re Sa Sa Sa Re Sa SaSa Re Sa Sa Sa RungHar Re Har HarHar Re Har HarHar Re Har Har Har Rung Translation: That […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Stories

    Stories is a collection of music portraits of people met by Stephen Wallack on his journey thus far in the life: people , who have […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Awake to Dream

    Pianist Reis Taylor Dixon was an usher at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham dreaming of performing on the stage there one day. Moving on to […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Waltz of Life

    Pianist composer Sydney Stevens has captured something very special in her work Waltz of Life made up of tracks created over many years, each piece […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Acoustic Christmas

    For people who enjoy Christmas but simply do not buy into all the traditional glitter and bling, enjoy the beautiful carols but are looking for […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Reflections

    At first listen Reflections comes across as a rather discordant series of pieces that eventually mellows into the ambience of Christmas; a Christmas that perhaps […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Pleiades

    Ethereal and immensely soothing and restful the enchanted vocals of Christel Veraart reach out offering solace, relaxation and absolute mindless rest; time away from the […]

    Read more

  • Posted in:

    Sacred Gift

    ‘Music is the language of the soul, the bridge between the world of material and ethereal, a universal tool to create beauty on earth. And […]

    Read more