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Insub Meta Orchestra: Ten / Sync

Read "Ten / Sync" reviewed by John Eyles


During the Covid-19 lockdown, the INSUB label managed to maintain a steady flow of excellent new releases, both digital and on CD. These tended to be by duos or trios, such as Ize (INSUB, 2020), by the trio of Carl Ludwig Hübsch, Pierre-Yves Martel & Philip Zoubek, or Paratopia (INSUB, 2021), by Jason Khan & Antoine ...

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Two versions of one piece from Magnus Granberg

Read "Two versions of one piece from Magnus Granberg" reviewed by John Eyles


Ever since Ist Gefallen In Der Schnee, written by Magnus Granberg and performed by his group Skogen, was released to great acclaim on Another Timbre in 2012, the label has issued a steady trickle of recordings by the Swedish composer. Only a couple of Granberg albums on INSUB have bucked the trend—one a composition commissioned for ...

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Insub Meta Orchestra: Choices and Melodies

Read "Choices and Melodies" reviewed by John Eyles


Switzerland's Insub Meta Orchestra (IMO) opted to release their fourth album, 13 and 27, on the UK-based Another Timbre label instead of the INSUB label that had issued their first three recordings. Now, with their fifth, Choices and Melodies, they have reverted to INSUB. The music on 13 and 27 consisted of two compositions ...

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Magnus Granberg: Nattens Skogar – version for four players

Read "Nattens Skogar – version for four players" reviewed by John Eyles


Before this release, Magnus Granberg's music had only been issued on Another Timbre, a total of five albums mainly featuring the large ensemble Skogen in which the composer plays piano or clarinet. On the most recent of those albums, 2015's How Deep is the Ocean, How High is the Sky?, a tentet playing baroque instruments included ...

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Insubordinations: Mapping the Forefront of Sound

Read "Insubordinations: Mapping the Forefront of Sound" reviewed by Florence Wetzel


Electroacoustic improvisation is surely one of the most exciting fronts in twenty-first century music. Each time there's a digital innovation, this music innovates as well, which means that the changes are coming fast and thick. It's an explosion, really.For devotees of this music, as well as anyone who is curious about these new sounds, ...


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