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Denis Kozhukhin, Johannes Moser, Gustavo Gimeno: the best of the young generation

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Vijay Iyer: Uneasy

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.

Bach: Sonatas & Partitas - Augustin Hadelich

Bach: Sonatas & Partitas by Augustin Hadelich is on Qobuz in 24-Bit Hi-Res!

Sonos Five: the Ideal Wireless Speaker for Everyday Use

The Sonos Five was released a few months ago but we hadn’t had a chance to get our hands on it yet. We’ve finally had the opportunity to discover the largest connected model offered by the American specialists in wireless speakers. Does it offer similar performance to the classic bookshelf speaker format? Let’s find out, listening not only to one Sonos Five speaker, but also to a stereo pair of Fives.

Bluesound Pulse Sub+: a Subwoofer Connected via WiFi – Rediscover your Music!

Bluesound is a major player in wireless HiFi with a complete range of speakers in various sizes. The devices are based on the BluOS protocol shared with other brands such as NAD, Dali and Monitor Audio. The controller app integrates Qobuz in Hi-Res 24/192. A Bluesound subwoofer has been available for several years, recently replaced by the Pulse Sub+, a new and improved version on all levels, which we had the opportunity to test in a 2.1 configuration.

Sonus Faber Lumina III: tower speakers with solid and luminous sound reproduction

In creating the Lumina series, Sonus Faber wanted to make the brand's know-how accessible to an even wider audience. The Italian house has simplified the design but has not made any concessions in terms of technique. That means that we see options from the higher-end models being made available here, so as to preserve the Sonus Faber signature and spirit. Let's see what these little towers have in store for us.

Kings of Leon: When You See Yourself

Leave insular bedroom pop to the kids. Kings of Leon (millennials approaching middle age) are back with their first album in five years, and it's as big and grand as ever. In fact, When You See Yourself feels like an '80s throwback: huge.

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