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A Place Where Perfect Doesn’t Matter: Ah-Mer-Ah-Su’s Star

In addition to being an artifact of empowerment, this record is a sitting-on-the-stairs sort of honesty, a safe-keeping savvy of all the ways in which art can be a sort of communal celebration and preservation.

Worldmakers – A Musical Trifecta

A trifecta of musical selections this month for you to discover including Pilar Zeta, The Caretaker and Cosmo Sheldrake

The Movies, The Music & The Maestro – The Music Of Ennio Morricone

One of cinema's finest composers Ennio Morricone's career spans over 70 years and countless musical scores.

Tanukichan’s Sundays is a Milky Summer Wormhole

For a relaxing reminder of the summer / the 90s or those in need of contemplative music in the dead of winter. Tanukichan's Sundays is the album for you.

Jean Jean’s Froidepierre Is A Futuristic Journey Into Uncharted Territory

Jean Jean's Froidepierre is as organic as it is futuristic; as heavy as it is precise.

A STAR WARS SYMPHONY: THE GREAT SECONDARY MUSIC OF A FAR AWAY GALAXY

You know Duel of The Fates, The Imperial March and can recognize the main theme from just a few notes but the music of Star Wars goes far deeper.

Luciano Pavarotti – The People’s Tenor

Profiling the legacy of Luciano Pavarotti, The man who brought opera back into the public consciousness.

Julius Fucik: A Remembrance of an Obscure Musical Genius

Honoring a musical genius and his continued impact on pop culture.