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yesterday Qobuz | Fantastic Negrito, the third life...yesterday Qobuz | iFi Audio xDSD: Qobuzism for this DAC whose sound performances seemed to us even better than those, already excellent, of its predecessors!yesterday Qobuz | Beware, Shannon Shaw comes to Nashville !
yesterday Qobuz | Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Headset: record and listen to the sound in binaural, with or without pictures!Sun Qobuz | Stephen Malkmus, the king of indieSat Qobuz | Joshua Redman, in the name of the father
Fri Qobuz | The Brian Jonestown Massacre are Something ElseThu Qobuz | Golden ball, out of tune...Thu Qobuz | Rae Sremmurd, 3's a party
Wed Qobuz | Aïsha Devi, like nobody elseTue Qobuz | Snow Patrol, comeback
Fantastic Negrito is more than a committed musician, he his the fabulous reincarnation of a blues carrying a heavy history and portraying people’s pain with deep moving words.
iFi Audio xDSD: Qobuzism for this DAC whose sound performances seemed to us even better than those, already excellent, of its predecessors!
Latest of the nomadic DACs from the British manufacturer iFi Audio, the xDSD is quite different from its predecessors, and is indeed much more attractive to people who like flashy objects. But while the aspect of this new DAC has been updated, it kept the excellent musical genes from its elders and even seems to have improved on them, leading to it being awarded with a Qobuzism.
Without the Clams and with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, she signs a solo album that sounds retro and vintage...
Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Headset: record and listen to the sound in binaural, with or without pictures!
Sennheiser is not only specialized in headphones but also in recording microphones. Thus its Ambeo Smart Headset in-ear earphones model integrates microphones that allows you to record in stereo while you have the earphones in your ears, enabling a sound recording type called binaural.
The best solo album yet from the former member of the Pavement...
With "Still Dreaming", the saxophonist pays hommage to his father Dewey, but also to Ornette Coleman...