- do Qobuz | Gojira: Fortitude
- vr Qobuz | Planet Sarabski
- do Qobuz | Plastic Ono Band: Lennon Laid Bare
- vr Qobuz | Matthias Goerne & Seong-Jin Cho: Im Abendrot
- ma Qobuz | London Grammar: Californian Soil
- za Qobuz | Alela Diane, Head Full of Memories
- vr Qobuz | Irish Enchantment, Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi
Qobuz Video van de dag 6 mei 2021
20 years after the completely unexpected surprise of Terra Incognita, Gojira’s Fortitude is in full flex, perfectly synthesising the past and looking ever higher and further into the future.
When Magma was released in 2016, Gojira unveiled a theretofore hidden facet of the group’s personality: the album, written following the...
From the Power Station Studios in New York City, acclaimed bassist and composer Christian McBride offers a deeper look into "The Q Sessions," his...
An interview with Azeri pianist Isfar Sarabski following the release of Planet, a Qobuzissime first album made up of jazz with multiple...
Planet Sarabski 30 april 2021
Our new Qobuzissime from Azeri jazz pianist Isfar Sarabski is here and ready to stream or download on Qobuz in 24-Bit Hi-Res sound!
Plastic Ono Band: Lennon Laid Bare 29 april 2021
In late 1970, when Plastic Ono Band released its first album, The Beatles were still not officially finished. And yet here is an impressive debut...
Matthias Goerne & Seong-Jin Cho: Im Abendrot 23 april 2021
Shrouded in an awkward acoustic which is hardly customary for Berlin's Teldex Studio, the latest recording by Matthias Goerne and Korean pianist...
London Grammar: Californian Soil 19 april 2021
London Grammar return with their third studio album, Californian Soil, a shining new project from the Nottingham natives. Stream or download now...
Alela Diane, Head Full of Memories 17 april 2021
Is it a kind of provocation to release a live album while music lovers have been deprived of concerts since March 2020? No: it's more of a gift.
Following 2019's There Is No Other, Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi return with their second album together, They're Calling Me Home....
Vijay Iyer: Uneasy 14 april 2021
Although it stems from a work that Iyer originally crafted back in 2011, one could hardly imagine a better title for a 2021 album release than Uneasy.