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ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Eraldo Bernocchi: Like A Fire That Consumes All Before It

Read "Like A Fire That Consumes All Before It" reviewed by John Ephland

RareNoise is one of those labels, one of those rare (no pun intended) labels, where format and style have become irrelevant. A recent sampling of the soon-to-be historic label should suffice in telling their ongoing musical odyssey. Pit one against the other: 2018's Anguish, featuring among others, Nordic phenom Mats Gustafsson in a wild-haired hoedown of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Gaudi: Magnetic

Read "Magnetic" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Per the press release, London-based composer, keyboardist and electronics ace, Gaudi's “initial idea for this the project was to compose an album of entirely new music using sound from the RareNoise catalog as his orchestra of musicians." Another point of interest noted in the press sheet is that the album does not contain any remixes. Gaudi ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Announcing New Six Degrees Deluxe Digital Subscription Service

Six Degrees records is excited to announce that we are joining the family of excellent independent labels on Drip.fm's digital download subscription service. Drip.fm is a platform that connects labels with their fans through a monthly, subscription service. Now, for $10 a month, members who join our service will receive direct to their in box, all of ...

NEWS: RECORDING

"Kaya Project: Desert Phase Remixes" Out November 9

"Kaya Project: Desert Phase Remixes" Out November 9

Desert Phase, the fourth Kaya Project full length album, drew its inspiration from the time Seb Taylor and Natasha Chamberlain spent in some of the world's largest deserts. Incorporating field recordings made while traveling across these windswept landscapes, along with additional studio sessions with several world musicians back in London, Desert Phase evokes colouful and dusty ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Gaudi + Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: Dub Qawwali

Read "Dub Qawwali" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

At the time of his 1997 passing, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was widely recognized as a transcendent and eternal-sounding vocalist, and as the world's premier Qawwal, a singer of traditional Qawwali music--spiritual music from Pakistan with ancient roots in Sufism. Khan's voice even appeared in progressive “western music such as Peter Gabriel's work on 1988's The ...