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The Kanneh-Mason's Keep it in the Family

Qobuz News On November 23, 2021
Isata, the pianist sister, and Sheku, the cellist brother, finally record together for their first duo project entitled "Muse", based on pieces by Rachmaninoff and Barber...

Despite Covid-19, the Kanneh-Mason siblings probably didn't have too much trouble finding the right playing partners. The whole family is brimming with...

Courtney Barnett Takes Her Time November 16, 2021

With "Things Take Time, Take Time", the Australian pens a third album that is even more introspective than usual. A beautiful record conceived...

Mamma Mia! ABBA are Back! November 5, 2021

ABBA lovers, and even some ABBA haters, can agree that the groups latest album 'Voyage' is definitely worth a listen. Even if it is just to see...

L'Arpeggiata, Next Stop: Naples November 3, 2021

With "Alla Napoletana", Christina Pluhar's ensemble explores the musical facets (known and less known) of the most unique and intoxicating of...

The War on Drugs Return November 1, 2021

Four their fifth studio album, The War on Drugs bring us tight and timeless rock built on meditation and reflection.

Linda Fredriksson - Where Poetry and Jazz Meet October 30, 2021

'Juniper' by Linda Fredriksson is a rare musical pearl found in the sea of contemporary jazz. Full of breath and free spirit, it proves itself a...

Duran Duran Combine Future and Past October 28, 2021

For their 16th studio album Duran Duran really pulled out all the stops by bringing in some truly special artists to renew their sound and energy.

Nick's Cave of Treasures October 22, 2021

Nick and his Bad Seeds release a new volume of truly essential rarities captured between 2005 and 2020...

Joy Crookes and the Fragility of Skin October 20, 2021

With a brilliant first soul pop album called "Skin", the young Briton follows in the footsteps of her elders Amy Winehouse, Adele and Jorja Smith...

Coldplay Reach for the Stars October 18, 2021

For their ninth album, "Music of the Spheres", Chris Martin's band makes unstoppable pop with an intergalactic aim.

How Many Bassists? ONETWOTHREE! October 15, 2021

One bassist is company, two bassists are a crowd and three bassists? That’s a party! That’s what Andy Warhol meant right? Well, he isn’t wrong,...

Enargeia - The Evocation of Emily d'Angelo October 13, 2021

Emily d'Angelo is one of the worlds most versatile vocalists. For her latest trick, d'Angelo has conjured a spellbinding programme for her debut...

Not So Badbadnotgood October 11, 2021

For their explosive fifth album, the Canadian trio return to their crazy jazz roots...

The Specials Revolt October 6, 2021

Reformed in 2009, the British ska gang are back once again and bring you an album of eclectic covers of protest songs ranging from Bob Marley to...

Tony and Gaga Do It Again! October 1, 2021

With "Love For Sale", Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga sign their second album of duets dedicated to the eternal songs of Cole Porter...

The Future is Moor Mother September 29, 2021

Experimental music can be often hard to digest, however, noise poet, artist and musician, Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother, packages up her...

Lose Yourself in Wayne Snow September 27, 2021

Describing something as bewitching is often overused, however, with Kesiena Ukochovbara aka Wayne Snow, this description is more than fitting for...

The Solem Quartet Seize the Day September 20, 2021

British chamber group, The Solem Quartet, make a shining debut with their Qobuzissime-winning album 'The Four Quarters.' Although the album is...

Bring On Amyl and The Sniffers September 17, 2021

From the sticky underground Melbourne scene to the world stage, Amyl and The Sniffers' second album 'Comfort to Me' is more than worthy of our...

Gaspar Claus, Alone at Last September 16, 2021

Discover our Qobuzissime award for "Tancade", the first solo album of the most atypical of cellists...