For warmth on this Sunday evening and to start the week off right, here are two memorable tracks just uploaded on Soundcloud. Firstly, a cover of Beyoncé’s “I Was Here” by Andi Kristins. And
One of the covers I included in the “Strangelove” playlist is the work of the Hungarian band Tripes, which was once but is no longer (Ferenc Fehér has informed me) a trio, Pravda Krisztián
The Milanese composer Giovanni Dettori (well-known above all for his “Lady Gaga Fugue” and his efforts to bring back the art of counterpoint) has completed an EP, Suite, and
Some days ago, a lead pursued from Ferenc Fehér’s page on Soundcloud – in the band Tripes, based in Kaposvár, Hungary, and now a duo, both he and Marcsingó András compose and play the music, while
For a very cold Friday such as this, the Amsterdam DJ Von Rosenthal de la Vegaz, who, exceptionally but not so surprisingly for someone with his formal conservatory training, works
In putting together the “Strangelove” playlist, I made the acquaintance of some individuals and bands whose work it’s likely that I’ll be writing a bit about in the near future, and one of them is a
It’s late and time for something fun – in the shape of a playlist devoted to several covers, remixes, and mash-ups of Depeche Mode’s “Strangelove,” which is another of the songs from the
Another of this young year’s releases is what is in effect an LP uploaded on the Soundcloud page of a composer (presumably it’s a single individual) residing in Nagaski who appears to move
A present-day blues singer and a songwriter across the Channel in Brighton who’s beginning to attract notice widely in the UK, is Jennifer Dalby, who goes by the nom d’artiste Jennifer Left.
With the new year there’s come a wave of releases of EPs, and among them a quite interesting one is René Baptist Huysmans’ Dawn of the Anthropocene, issued a few days ago by the small Greek label
On her Youtube channel, Jasmine Thompson has uploaded a new cover, a bittersweet rendition of Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s “The Power of Love,” and I’ve added it to the playlist.
Sometimes one comes across an image that is indeed more eloquent than any number of words (or even of notes?) could possibly be, and the convocation of beautiful people that just took place
Towards the end of last year and at present, during the beginning of this one, Adam Cuthbért has been busy: in addition to his ongoing involvements with the Bang on a Can and the
Last month I wrote about a concert held in Amsterdam in which, inter alia, the guitarist Raphael Vanoli and the DJ and drummer Gerri Jäger performed in different capacities; but the two
At a far remove musically from a band like Balún, but equally at home in Brooklyn (though they now spend at least part of their time in upstate New York, in the city of Hudson), is the duo
Angélica Negrón, who some months ago was written about here, is not only a contemporary classical composer, but an avid participant in independent pop music in New York, more