Confluence cover



John Grzinich and Seth Nehil spent several years sharing sounds with each other between Eastern Europe and the United States to yield Confluence. Through their meticulous attention to texture and arrangement, they put field recordings and percussive contacts into an incubation chamber to see what they might (re)produce. Whereas “Pneuma” and “Lohme,” both topping the 22-minute mark, build a slow pathos of self-awareness, droning as if it were the only way to seek forgiveness, “The Distant Edge” between them delicately assaults with its cacophony of car horns like the fears of every commuter retaliating in a hellish tidal wave.

Tyran Grillo

Lou Harrison: Piano Concerto; Suite for Violin, Piano and Small Orchestra cover

Lou Harrison: Piano Concerto; Suite for Violin, Piano and Small Orchestra

Lucy Stoltzman, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Naoto Otomo, Keith Jarrett
The Triangle cover

The Triangle

John Marshall, Arild Andersen, Vassilis Tsabropoulos
Godár: Mater cover

Godár: Mater

Bratislava Conservatory Choir, Dusan Bill, Iva Bittová, Marek Štryncl, Miloš Valent, Solamente Naturali, Vladimír Godár
Ocean cover


Stephan Micus
Twilight Fields cover

Twilight Fields

Stephan Micus
Molt And Anecdote cover

Molt And Anecdote

Michael Northam
Nostalghia - Song For Tarkovsky cover

Nostalghia - Song For Tarkovsky

François Couturier, Anja Lechner, Jean-Marc Larché, Jean-Louis Matinier
Ulysses’ Gaze cover

Ulysses’ Gaze

Eleni Karaindrou, Kim Kashkashian
Free at Last cover

Free at Last

Mal Waldron