The Qobuz Minute #36
Presented by Barry Moore, The Qobuz Minute sweeps you away to the 4 corners of the musical universe to bring you an eclectic mix of today's brightest talents. Jazz, Electro, Classical, World music or Rock, There is something for all music lovers to enjoy. A brief but comprehensive outlook on the music world today.
Join us for this week's dose of new releases on Qobuz! We're taking a look at the epic comeback from Blur who, after 12 years' separation, are back with The Magic Whip. Indie darlings Django Django release the follow-up to their eponymous debut album with sophomore effort Born Under Saturn, out on Because Music. Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord talent and Qobuzism artist, has a new record in the form of Time Present And Time Past, which sees Esfahani take the instrument's repertoire into uncharted territory. Best Coast bring some sun-drenched rock with their third album California Nights, and Brooklyn-based jazz ensemble Shai Maestro Trio have also released their third album, Untold Stories. Our retrospective this week takes a look at the career of Spanish flamenco singer Camarón de la Isla.