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Qobuz Video of the Day On August 7, 2020
After the death of their singer Bon Scott, the members of AC/DC recorded their most popular album, marking the start of the Brian Johnson era...

When an intoxicated Bon Scott died by choking on his own vomit in February 1980, no one envisaged a future for AC/DC. However, the Anglo-Australian band succeeded in finding a...

Sticky Fingers Finally in Hi-Res ! July 15, 2020

Released in 1971, The Rolling Stones' greatest record is now available in 24-Bit Hi-Res for the first time...

Khruangbin, A Groove UFO July 3, 2020

Pop-funk, jazz-dub, offbeat flamenco, African or Korean scents... The third album from the Texan trio has a lot to offer and shows off the band’s...

Brubaker and Cooper, Men of Glass June 18, 2020

With "Glassforms", the American pianist and the Irish producer revisit their idol's compositions, producing a very contemporary record. A...

And Bowie Saved Iggy... June 16, 2020

A new XXL bundle documents the prolific meeting between The Stooges eccentric leader and the White Thin Duke.

Meryem Aboulouafa, between dream and reality June 9, 2020

A sublime and Qobuzissime first album by the mesmerizing moroccan singer.

The Chronic: West Coast in High Resolution June 3, 2020

Dr. Dre's The Chronic is so much more than just a rap record. Released in December, 1992, this 16 track opus was Dre's debut as solo artist and...

Tom Misch - Yussef Dayes, London Jamming May 22, 2020

It’s a well-known cliché: two heads are better than one. Two years after his debut album, the 24-year-old London multi-instrumentalist Tom Misch...

Lucinda Williams, Back in Blue May 22, 2020

Talk about timing! Though she obviously did not see it coming, Lucinda Williams’ latest release perfectly captures the shared experience of a...

In the Studio with Parcels May 19, 2020

Parcels have been live recording all their songs in the legendary Hansa studios in Berlin. Their album is available in 24bit Hi-Res. Downloading...

75 Years of Keith Jarrett May 19, 2020

The great jazz pianist Keith Jarrett was born on May 8th, 1945, in Allentown, Pennsylvania. His producer and ECM label founder, Manfred Eicher,...

Wallace Roney: a legend leaves us April 2, 2020

Commended by Miles Davis at the start of the 1990s, the great American trumpeter succumbs to the Covid-19 coronavirus.

Bongeziwe Mabandla, solar afro-folk April 1, 2020

With the sensual and refined "iimini", the Johannesburg local delivers an album haunted by love...

Avishai Cohen: This Time It's Different March 31, 2020

With his group Big Vicious, the Israeli trumpeter incorporates electronic and atmospheric music into his jazz, and even covers Massive Attack's...

Initials B.D. March 28, 2020

A groovy new record from British dandy Baxter Dury...

Sorry, the best excuse March 27, 2020

Qobuzissime for these young Londoners that are unlike anything we've seen before...

Dana Gavanski: new star of the folk scene March 26, 2020

The Canadian singer unveils her first album which confirms she is definitely one to watch.

Kenny Rogers' musical legacy March 25, 2020

The star of country music passed away on the 20th of March 2020, leaving behind an enormous discography that included not only country music, but...

Eno x Eno March 24, 2020

Magnificent, melancholic and weightless: the first full-scale collaboration between the Eno brothers Brian and Roger.

The Weeknd bares his soul March 23, 2020

The Canadian Starboy delivers “After Hours”, a hit fourth album that blends 80s new wave, soul, R&B and synthwave.