Dustin O’Halloran

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“… an auditory exploration into the crossroads of artificial intelligence and our comprehension of existence…”

Beginning its life as a collaborative dance piece with choreographer Fukiko Takase, the new solo album on Deutsche Grammophon probes the deep questions surrounding nature, consciousness, technology, and the profound implications of AI.

Ben Frost

Scope Neglect

“… frosty fragile fretful armadillo crawling on your naked back…”

The familiar aural chemistry of metal is immediately untethered, isolated in the vacuum, stripped of its cultural trappings and heavy armory, and loaded into a particle accelerator.


Engaged Touches (Expanded and Remastered)

… a sonic postcard from a time and place unlike any other… a true masterpiece…

Remastered by Stephan Mathieu, this expanded album is back as a reminder of music’s powerful imprint on lives present and past…

“… for every choice, there are roads not taken, and occasionally, it’s interesting to go back and explore some of those what-ifs…”

February 26th, 2024

January has come and gone. My best-of-the-year selections are now just a memory [at least, a preserved one]. …



“… a catalyst for a conversation about kindness, which is needed now more than ever…”

After his well-deserved Academy Award and a BAFTA for his work on “All Quiet on the Western FrontVolker Bertelmann returns to a studio album, with his much-missed prepared piano and a reflection of love for the humankind.

A label showcase and a reflection on this past year from a lovely independent Valencia-based imprint, Archives, curated and operated by Agustín Mena, aka Warmth.

Alva Noto


“… a journey into the realm of intricately manipulated production inspired by resonance and elasticity…”

The second instalment in Casten Nicolai‘s series of dub-infused digital structures, spatial manipulations, and immaculate sound design. 

From the Mouth of the Sun

Valley of the Hummingbirds

“… conveying the tension, the anxiety of the unknown, and the fervent appeal that stirs up into a climax…”

Aaron Martin and Dag Rosenqvist are back with an album on Lost Tribe Sound featuring three long-playing compositions originally written for the same-titled dance performance by Danae & Dionysios.


Whilst We Fall

“… a soft and intimate collection of slowly morphing soundscapes […] enveloping the listener and drawing them close…”

A third album under Alex Leonard’s Dronal moniker, investigating the blurred boundaries between the natural world and the one which we have created on top.

“… the very edges of the sonic landscape, where beauty and destruction lie on opposite sides of the dynamic spectrum…”