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Earth Leaps Up

Label: Elsewhere
Released: 2020
Track listing: Dousing; Tessellate; Sightlines; Gravity; Upstream; Shadow's Hue; Faces; Mirror and Echo; Earth Leaps Up.

Anastassis Philippakopoulos: piano works

Label: Elsewhere
Released: 2020
Track listing: piano piece (2013); piano piece (2014); piano piece (2015); piano piece (2016); piano piece (2017); piano piece (2018a); piano piece (2018b); five piano pieces – 1; five piano pieces – 2; five piano pieces – 3; five piano pieces – 4; five piano pieces – 5.

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The Giving Shapes: Earth Leaps Up

Read "Earth Leaps Up" reviewed by John Eyles

Two years and ten releases after Elsewhere was inaugurated, some of the label's aficionados may have thought they knew what to expect next. If that were the case, a few people could be surprised when they hear Earth Leaps Up for the first time. Formed at the Banff Centre for the Arts, in 2017, The Giving ...

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Melaine Dalibert: Anastassis Philippakopoulos: piano works

Read "Anastassis Philippakopoulos: piano works" reviewed by John Eyles

This album is the tenth released by the Elsewhere label since its launch in the spring of 2018. It is the third of those ten to feature the French composer and pianist Melaine Dalibert. Whereas on the previous two albums, Dalibert played his own compositions, here he performs piano compositions by the Greek composer Anastassis Philippakopoulos ...

Works on Paper

Label: Elsewhere
Released: 2019
Track listing: Pra Mim #2 – Works on Paper (Lance Austin Olsen, 2016); Pra Mim #3 – Fail Better (Lance Austin Olsen, 2016); Meditations #3 (Gil Sansón, 2017); Meditations #2 (Gil Sansón, 2017).

Elsewhere Piano Series No.1

Read "Elsewhere Piano Series No.1" reviewed by John Eyles

Although its three July 2019 releases came out within a year of Elsewhere's very first album, bringing the first year's total to nine recordings, the fledgling label already feels like a well-established marque with its own distinctive identity and style. This batch of albums reinforces that in several ways. Firstly, the three albums together bear the ...

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Gil Sansón / Lance Austin Olsen: Works on Paper

Read "Works on Paper" reviewed by John Eyles

Coinciding with the first anniversary of the formation of the Elsewhere label, its sixth release maintains the high standards set by the previous five. If anything, the two-CD set Works on Paper may be slightly more experimental, even risk-taking, than its predecessors--none of which could ever be described as safe. First, some history. Back ...

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New releases from Jürg Frey, Clara de Asis and Stefan Thut

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If you were told that a record label's latest batch of three albums were by Jürg Frey, Clara de Asis and Stefan Thut, and then asked to identify the label, which one would you be most likely to choose? Many in-the-know music fans might be likely to opt for Another Timbre or maybe Wandelweiser or INSUB, ...

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Debut Recordings On The Elsewhere Label

Read "Debut Recordings On The Elsewhere Label" reviewed by John Eyles

After initial publicity about it in the preceding February, July 2018 saw the release of the first two recordings on the Elsewhere label. Each of the albums is available on CD in a limited edition of 500, as well as on unlimited edition digital files. The discs are attractively clad in sleeves with artwork (which digital ...

ELSEWHERE

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Released: 2016


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