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Somewhere there remains good in the world: an autumn mix by Benoît Pioulard

Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Thomas Meluch (aka Benoît Pioulard) has just released this fantastic hour-long mix that is the perfect audio accompaniment during a cozy autumnal afternoon. “[The mix includes] a few somethings I’ve been listening to while waiting and watching,”…

Chip Wickham’s new jazz album taps into the cosmic nature of music

Flautist and saxophonist, Chip Wickham returns with his third solo album entitled Blue to Red. The album features Chip’s signature spiritual flute work alongside a excellent lineup of cosmic jazz band members. Nightmares On Wax colaborator Dan ‘JD 73’ Goldman…

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“Music for Fifteen Emails” —– A new album inspired by the empty streets of coronavirus-stricken New York City

For the album, Hewitt set out to document his experience of lockdown in New York City. As New York became more and more deserted, he went out with a field recorder to report how the sounds of the city changed. And while the premise was rooted in documenting the present, the project was very heavily influenced by the minimalist Japanese kankyō ongaku movement from the 1980s.

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