Blue Landscapes III: Frontiers Robert Thies & Damjan Krajacic By Real Music Robert Thies (piano) and Damjan Krajacic (flute) have something truly special going with their Blue Landscapes albums series. Their third installment continues what came before but also evolves their signature contemplative soundscapes which are created solely through their two instruments. All but...CONTINUE READING
The Lightness of Dark Fiona Joy Hawkins & Rebecca Daniel By Little Hartley Music I www.littlehartleymusic.com.au Fiona Joy Hawkins (piano and vocals) and Rebecca Daniel (violin, organ, vocals, piano) , joined on five tracks by the Kanimbla Quartet have created a starkly beautiful musical portrait of the passing through of grief and sorrow to...CONTINUE READING
Let Go Christoph Berghorn Capitol Sound Records www.christoph-berghorn.com/musician It is said of Denver, Colorado, "If you don't like the weather, wait 15 minutes!" Christoph Berghorn's album is kind of like that. With 22 tracks in all, there is likely to be something for everyone. The overriding influence is new age music, but other elements can...CONTINUE READING
Open Waters Todd Mosby I Self-released Other than the opening track, Open Waters is the most jazz-influenced release from Imaginary Road Studios. A breezy concoction of tunes that elicits the titular nature of everything from a tropical beach to the open ocean, guitarist Mosby, along with a truly stellar cast of accompanying artists, whisks the...CONTINUE READING
Star Lullaby Raphael Groten Self-released www.raphaelgroten.com Guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Groten has released a tour de force two-disc set that displays not just his composing and performing talent, but his imaginative ability to "reconstruct" the songs from solo acoustic guitar (disc one) to ensemble-based, with more fleshed out arrangements of the same songs (disc two). Besides the inclusion...CONTINUE READING
Sept-Oct 2020 In this special issue, we've gathered great topics starting on how you can switch your mindset and find comfort in what makes sense now in today’s climate, and rethink how you can acce...