[Music] Raphael Weinroth-Browne – Worlds Within

Ladies and gentlemen, I have to be admit to being a bit thrilled to mention this release.  Some time ago, I reviewed a band called Flying Hórses, a band Raphael Weinroth-Browne was a member of, and whose stunning work on the cello made the album so memorable for me. On January 24, he will release […]

[Music] MIKROMATIQUE / Jan-Dirk Platek – Samt | Inner Silence

This particular release by German composers Jan-Dirk Platek and MIKROMATIQUE clocks in at just over five minutes, but it’s a very worthy post-rock, post-ambient, post-modern classical work. Consider following Platek on Bandcamp.  Every now and again, he offers his whole catalog for a very low price, and he tends to release gems.

[Music] Various Artists – ELECTROFRAMEWORK

Unexplained Sounds empresario Raffaele Pezzella is on a quest to make sure the best in experimental and electroacoustic music gets published.  It seems like, week after week, he is releasing a compilation of stunning quality from a specified region, a broad retrospective, or his own delightfully noisy work as Sonologyst. These tracks might melt your headphones […]

[Music] Ilir Lluka – An Étude In Two Variations

Albanian sound artist and composer Ilir Lluka is one of a new generation of experimental music composers carrying the torch passed along by his forebears like Pierre Henry and Pierre Schaeffer.  Each release has been outstanding, engaging listening for me, and this particular album is offered as a free download.  It’s worth a few moments […]

[Music] Various Artists – Anthology of Electroacoustic Lebanese Music

When he’s not working on his own music as Sonologyst, Raffaele Pezzella of Unexplained Sounds captures a lot of attention by releasing travelogue compilations covering the best of experimental and dark ambient music from various countries and regions. This one may well be his crowning effort. All of these, with the exception of Sharif Sehnaoui, […]

[Music] Honoré Feraille – Au Sud,

Honoré Feraille is an electroacoustic composer from Switzerland. This very quiet pair of compositions were released from the Audio Gourmet Netlabel out of Peterborough, United Kingdom. The price is quite low, and the quality is pretty high, so consider giving this a deep listen and purchasing it.

[Music] Nhung Nguyen – Nostalgia

Sublime isn’t quite a strong enough word to describe the stylings of pianist Nhung Nguyen.  She comes to me from her experimental music background something I thank my friend and colleague C-Drik for), but this particular release, my favorite of her substantial back catalog, is something that would have done Andrei Tarkovsky (the famed director […]