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'Distractions in a Capitalist World' with Teodor Wolgers

Qobuz Video of the Day On June 17, 2021
Although young, Teodor Wolgers' reflective, almost melancholic music, has blessed the ears of many worldwide. His music speaks a level of maturity that is far beyond his years.

Distractions in a Capitalist World is Teodor Woglers' debut album after a string of successful EP’s. The topic of the album is an ambitious one at...

The Datsuns see 'Eye to Eye' June 14, 2021

It's 2021 and, after a six-year absence with band members spread over the globe, The Datsuns are finally back with their seventh studio album, Eye...

Van Halen, like father like son... June 11, 2021

Van Halen was certainly the name on many people’s lips in late 2020 and early 2021. Of course, this was mainly due to the unfortunate passing of...

Yo-Yo Ma & Emanuel Ax - The Reunion June 9, 2021

Fourty years after their first complete recording of the same works, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Emanuel Ax reunite as two venerable white-haired...

Rostam's Road Trip - Changephobia June 7, 2021

Rostam's latest album, Changephobia, explores the rush and uncertainty of life accompanied by that trademark Vampire Weekend sound he became...

80 Years of Martha Argerich June 5, 2021

There are very few good pianists, many average ones, and only one Martha Argerich

Sons of Kemet go Black to the Future June 3, 2021

After four years, jazz pioneers Son's of Kemet are back with a brain-meltingly good new album that is here to make a statement!

The Black Keys, Back to the Roots... May 21, 2021

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney return to the blues roots they revere so much with their hypnotic 10th album...

Morcheeba, the Trip Continues May 18, 2021

With "Blackest Blue", British trip hop pioneers Morcheeba sign off on one of their most elegant albums to date...

Natalie Bergman, Divine Intervention May 11, 2021

Natalie Bergman has written, performed, recorded and produced this first solo album almost all by herself. It is her way of setting out a vision...

Gojira: Fortitude May 6, 2021

20 years after the completely unexpected surprise of Terra Incognita, Gojira’s Fortitude is in full flex, perfectly synthesising the past and...

Planet Sarabski April 30, 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 April 29, 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 April 23, 2021

Shrouded in an awkward acoustic which is hardly customary for Berlin's Teldex Studio, the latest recording by Matthias Goerne and Korean pianist...

Jimi Tenor: Deep Sound Learning April 22, 2021

Download or stream Deep Sound Learning (1993-2000) by Jimi Tenor in 16-Bit CD quality on Qobuz!

London Grammar: Californian Soil April 19, 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 April 17, 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.

Irish Enchantment, Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi April 16, 2021

Following 2019's There Is No Other, Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi return with their second album together, They're Calling Me Home....

Scandi Jazz: A Very Nordic Affair April 15, 2021

An ambassador for a European jazz scene that is perpetually full of life, ACT has always closely followed the Nordic jazz scene. Founded by Siggi...

Vijay Iyer: Uneasy April 14, 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.