Judee Sill : the lost child of mystical folk

Qobuz Video of the Day On August 14, 2018
Judee Sill has never found the mainstream recognition to the height of her talent. It didn’t prevent her to influence Warren Zevon, Andy Partridge from XTC, Liz Phair, Beth Orton, Bill Callahan, Bonnie Prince Billy and many others.

The life of this American born in 1944 in Los Angeles wasn’t the easiest. A rebellious teen,...

A brand new face for Rise Against August 13, 2018

Big names of the Chicago punk scene, the frantic guys from Rise Against change brackets with an album compiling their biggest titles in classic...

We say Yes to Michael Nau ! August 12, 2018

Michael Nau has well and truly taken off since his departure from Page France and Cotton Jones.

Tirzah, soul from out of space August 11, 2018

She has been floating in the air for several years but has never taken the time to come back to the ground to engrave in wax all her colorful dreams.

Shooter Jennings : C.O.U.N.T.R.Y is the real thing ! August 10, 2018

What future is there for you, if not music, when your parents are Waylon Jennings and Jessie Colter?

Moby brings some electronic music to the EastWest Studio August 9, 2018

Moby isn’t the kind of artists who particularly enjoys going on tour. But being as unpredictable as he is, it always feels like you don’t really...

Stefano Bollani deals again with romance August 8, 2018

In 2008, Stefano Bollani declared his love for Brazilian music with the album Carioca.

Cyrille Aimée, a French gipsy jazz singer ! August 7, 2018

Cyrille Aimée isn’t the only French jazz singer to have conquered New York, but she is a genuinely talented interpreter capable of touching anyone...

James, the sound of Manchester is still alive ! August 6, 2018

Two years after Girl at the End of the World, the mythical band from Manchester hasn’t aged at all with Living in Extraordinary Times.

Amanda Shires rocks and pops the champagne ! August 4, 2018

Amanda Shires is part of the generation that walks in the footsteps of Waylon Jennings and other outlaws. A kind of New Wave built upon the...

Houndmouth : back to the 2050's August 3, 2018

In 2015, Houndmouth were already making a name for themselves with their retro album Little Neon Limelight with their fifties rock sounds.

Peter Holsapple : another good point for Omnivore Recordings August 2, 2018

Thanks to the brilliant label Omnivore Recordings, Peter Holsapple returns with a beautiful solo album: Game Day.

The sanctuary of Paolo Santo August 1, 2018

Singing in the shower can end up paying off. That was how Olly Alexander joined Years & Years after Goldsworthy heard him in the bathroom.

Shostakovich by Andris Nelsons July 31, 2018

Clocking in at over an hour for the Fourth, and almost an hour for the Eleventh or "1911", these are the two longest and fullest of Shostakovich's...

Dawn Landes goes to Nashville July 30, 2018

When she’s not publishing records under her own name, Dawn Landes has fun with people as varied as Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly, Norah Jones, Will...

Underworld and Iggy Pop : Summer Love July 29, 2018

It is said that this collaboration between one of the first punk artists in history, Iggy Pop, and the electronic trio 90's Underworld, is the...

Ross From Friends : Maestro of Electro ! July 28, 2018

His second EP You’ll Understand, released in 2016 on Distant Hawaii, a sub-division of the London label Lobster Theremin (spearhead of lo-fi...

Al Di Meola is an elegant gypsy July 27, 2018

Released in February 2018, Opus was a highlight in Al Di Meola’s career in many regards.

Lori McKenna : unbreakable July 26, 2018

Lori McKenna is quite something. Her influence in country folk is not to be taken lightly.

The Dirty Projectors got into the 1960s July 25, 2018

Since 2002, Dave Longstreth has been leading an exemplary career, notably working alongside Björk, Kanye West, Rihanna or Solange.