Wed 20 Feb
Sugar Plum Fairy by Tchaikovsky (by GlassDuo)
Played on a Glass Harp. Glass Harp?
Sat 19 Jan
L. Pierre - The Grief That Does Not Speak
Please read this essay simultaneously.
Tue 31 Jul
Akira Kosemura - Would
Akira Kosemura’s moody pianowork, for fans of Goldmund et al. From 2007, released on Someone Good. Boomkat.
"Akira Kosemura’s ode to piano, filtered through the lense of edwin land’s miraculous polaroid. Moments captured in time." Lawrence English
Mon 14 May
Alberto Balsalm - Steel Version
"Alberto Balsalm" by Aphex Twin
Arranged by Ben Wallace for the CCM (College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati) Steel Band.
Mon 16 Apr
Orcas - Until Then
Orcas aka Rafael Anton Irisarri and Benoit Pioulard cover Broadcast’s Until Then.
"Rarefied, dub-infused ambient pop from Rafael Anton Irisarri - aka The Sight Below - and vocalist Benoît Pioulard, author of several acclaimed albums on Kranky. " Boomkat
(Source: vimeo.com, via gacougnol)
Fri 6 Apr
Don’t miss this gem from OHM Music, released for free download a few weeks ago. It’s the second release of Half-Mauritian singer-percussionist Mo Kolours. I’ve played some stuff from EP2: Banana Wine on the latest Undomondo mix.
A must download from 2012 with 7 originals and a remix from Beautiful Swimmers. Amazing lush, instrumental beats and compositions. More info on OHM, which is also home to Paul White, Bullion and Fulgeance, so you know what to expect.
Wed 2 Nov
All Will Prosper, Keith Kenniff's latest album under the Goldmund moniker, is a collection of 14 traditional Civil War-era folk songs and one contemporary track “Asoken Farewell.” Kenniff has always been a student of Civil War history and culture. From the Ken Burns documentary series on PBS to Bill Carothers' solo piano album The Blues and The Greys, he has studied and enjoyed the music that tied friends and families together in a time when the nation was being torn apart.