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Article: Album Review

Gordan Spasovski Trio: Light Pillar

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Pianist Gordan Spasovski's debut album Light Pillar moves fluidly from meditative notes to bursts of rapid-fire jabs, meticulously sculpted by the accompanying band. A ubiquitous presence in Skopje's jazz community for several years Spasoski shows up his abilities as a bandleader, and his wealth of talent, vision, and discipline on this record. He leads an excellent ...

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Article: Album Review

Dzijan Emin & The Magical Orchestra: Live in Ohrid

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Recorded live, composer Dzijan Emin's Magical Orchestra uses a different kind of impulse, spectrum of colors and kind of propulsion from all his previous projects. By now, his audience should be used to his shape-shifting ways. Emin, who has a unique and diverse musical approach and boasts an extensive résumé, has been navigating from one shape-shifting ...

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Article: Catching Up With

Steve Reich: Humans Love to See Other Humans Play Music

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Steve Reich is one of the most significant composers of the late 20th century. During his lengthy career, he has managed both to provoke and console the music world with his trailblazing works. Drawing on aspects of eighteenth-century classical music, Debussy, Stravinsky, jazz music, ethnic and ritual music including musical occurrences and accidents that happen when ...

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Bryce Dessner: Impermanence/Disintegration

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While his day job as guitarist with the National remains, Bryce Dessner's reputation as a contemporary composer is continuing to gather strength. Over the years, he has managed to become successful playing in a pop band while expanding his horizons by writing contemporary classical music. After all, he has studied classical guitar, flute, and composition at ...

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Max Richter: Voices 2

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Following up on his deeply resonating album Voices (Decca, 2020) which found its inspiration in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and centred on the messages it sent in these problematic, dark political times, composer Max Richter comes up with a follow-up entitled Voices 2, and the results are mesmerizing. Most of the album was recorded ...

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Article: Album Review

Laurie Anderson: Big Science

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Sometimes a reissue is notable because of the extra material it carries and sometimes because it might unearth something previously unknown. And sometimes, as with the new vinyl reissue of Laurie Anderson's debut album Big Science, a new chance to talk about this masterpiece should be taken. Four decades ago, Laurie Anderson came down to us, ...

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Article: Book Review

Laurie Anderson: All the Things I Lost in the Flood

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All The Things I Lost In The Flood Laurie Anderson 320 Pages ISBN: 9780847860555 Rizzoli Electa 2018 The story of performance artist and cultural icon Laurie Anderson's book All The Things I Lost In The Flood started in 2012 when Hurricane Sandy (the third costliest storm in U.S. history) ...

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Article: Book Review

A Year With Swollen Appendices: Brian Eno's Diary, 25th Anniversary Edition

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A Year with Swollen Appendices Brian Eno 480 Pages ISBN: 0571364616 Faber & Faber 2020 Published diaries are a strange affair. The relationship between the diarist and the diary itself is a private affair, considered to be almost sacred. People write their deepest, most heartfelt passions ...

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Article: Album Review

Vlatko Stefanovski: Taftalidze Shuffle

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Vlatko Stefanovski is always cooking up something interesting, and the ingredients in this project are inspired choices. Taftalidže is an area in Skopje where Stefanovski has lived for most of his life and from where he went to conquer the world of music firstly with his band Leb i Sol and then solo. At the time, ...

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Article: Interview

Brendan Perry: Cultural Explorer

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Best known for his work with the iconic duo Dead Can Dance that he fronts with vocalist Lisa Gerrard, composer, guitarist, and producer Brendan Perry has always followed his muse, defied expectations and taken chances. As a result, his diverse output serves as a testament to his ever-expanding horizons. A rare and intriguing anomaly in today's ...


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