Is 2017 The Year of CC Music Departures?
Is 2017 the year of CC music departures? It appears a number of artists that I have come to admire over the five to ten years are hanging it up.
Ô-liostére is jazz ensemble from France that takes extreme joy in presenting works of outstanding technical ability, and infusing it with amazing energy that can be herd from start to finish in this release.
Spiedkiks: Rooftop Hacky Sack
Spiedkiks breaks a two year silence with Rooftop Hacky Sack, a release that plays to their strengths, and makes a great summer fun release.
Lärmschutz: Zweite Tafelmusik
Lärmschutz’s Zweite Tafelmusik is a work that challenges the Baroque definition Tafelmusik. It presents an new approach that is modern and challenging..
Cousin Silas: Recrudescence
Recrudescence isn’t a new outbreak of a disease in Cousin Silas’s world. It’s all about renewal, which in his perspective is what happens when you take an experimental approach to remixing your tracks. And boy, does Cousin Silas take remixing in a whole new direction.
Martin Rach: Late Autumn Quartets
Martin Rach’s self-released Late Autumn Quartets is a companion release to his Early Autumn Quartets which expands on his sound craft.