Urihani – Music for the Planet

Over the decades, music has become more and more of a commercial commodity, strategically created to appeal to the masses. If one thing is successful, a dozen copies are made and we eat it up like candy. It’s made entirely for the big bucks. Rarely do we find a music project involving a unique sound and a unique message, humble to its own merit. … [Read more...]

Gerald Krampl – Timediver

I’ve always admired composers who record instrumental music by themselves (actually, I am one of them). The fact that it was written and performed entirely by one person gives it a very personal and intimate quality. It’s directly from their mind to your ears with no medium to alter or ruin it. Timediver, the new disc by renowned keyboardist Gerald … [Read more...]