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Alex Paxton: Happy Music for Orchestra

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British composer and improvising-trombonist Alex Paxton seems to have been enjoying the life of a rising star. In the past few years he has managed to release two albums: Music for Bosch People in 2021 on Birmingham Record Company and ilolli-pop in 2022 on Nonclassical. He has won three awards: the Ivor Novello British Composer Awards ...


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Zubin Kanga: Machine Dreams

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With a growing fascination bordering on mild hysteria over the disruptive intrusion of AI into our daily life, there is no better time for an album like this to be released to the general public. Meet Zubin Kanga, a UK-based pianist, composer and technologist, who attempts to fuse futurism into new music in his Machine Dreams ...


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Laurence Crane: Natural World

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Natural World is Laurence Crane's welcome and long-overdue addition to Another Timbre's catalogue of curiously beautiful music. Not only does this album sound fresh, but it also retains that essence of what makes the composer's music sound like it does: always on the edge of elegantly tripping up, but still managing to maintain its balance. This ...


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Eden Lonsdale: Clear and Hazy Moons

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It is always great to see well-established record labels boldly promoting new names for listeners to enjoy, as was the case when the UK-based Another Timbre released Marco Baldini's debut CD Vesperi in February 2023 (reviewed previously). Luckily for us, that was not the only new name to many on that batch of releases: Eden Lonsdale's ...


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Marco Baldini: Vesperi

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Marco Baldini is the Florence-based composer whose name you might have not come across yet. He will certainly become more well-known thanks to Another Timbre's February 2023 batch of releases, which includes the composer's debut album Vesperi. It consists of eight works, most of which are under a 10-minute mark except a few longer pieces. It ...


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This & That: June 2023
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