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Sonus Faber Omnia Test: Wireless Music with Class and Elegance

Sonus faber Omnia Test: Sonus faber has dived back into the world of wireless speakers with the Omnia: and it’s doing it in style. After creating a high-end wireless speaker six years ago, the new Omnia is making this Italian manufacturer’s wireless options a little more accessible. The technical concepts of this speaker have resulted in an original piece of audio equipment, both in terms of design and speaker layout. This is an unusual speaker that we just couldn’t wait to test.

Eric Clapton, Always Blue...

Finally available in Hi-Res 24Bit, this live album recorded by God in 1994 at the Fillmore in San Francisco reminds us once again of the greatness of a musician whos is as timeless as he is modern...

Tim Bernardes: A Touch of Brazilian

Qobuzissime for "Mil Coisas Invisíveis", the superb second album by the São Paulo songwriter, adored by Brazilian legends Caetano Veloso and Tom Zé and revered by Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes. This is a beautiful record that blends tropical heritage, samba, folk and chamber pop.

Sonoro Primus Test: All-in-one Mini Stereo with Connectivity and Bluetooth

Sonoro Primus Test: The old-fashioned mini stereos made up of multiple sources and separate speakers have come a long way, evolving into an all-in-one device. They still feature multiple sources, but they now boast connectivity too. These compact stereos are something in between a classic wireless speaker and a boom box. This review of the Sonoro Primus offers a compact insight into everything the sound industry has to offer right now.

The revelation Jodyline Gallavardin

Qobuzissime for "Lost Paradises", the eclectic first album of the young pianist, mixing works by Schubert, Ravel, Cowell, Sibelius, Granados and many others.

The Rise of Horsegirl

Discover more about the eclectic debut from the young band Horsegirl that won them a Qobuzissime award!

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