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New Music: Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk

Only recently, electronic shoegaze virtuoso Ulrich Schnauss released his 12th album (No Further Ahead Than Today) but he’s already back with more, this time in collaboration with Danish musician Jonas Munk. 103 more words

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Ulrich Schnauss: No Further Ahead Than Today (Scripted Realities/PIAS)

Reviewed for Electronic Musician Magazine January 2017 issue:


Ulrich Schnauss No Further Ahead Than Today (Scripted Realities/PIAS)

Schnauss’ synthesizer manipulations give a pad-y twist to the noodly experimentations that define early IDM (“Intelligent” Dance Music). 62 more words

Lily Moayeri

Strange Days - Tangerine Dream's Particles Reviewed

These are indeed strange times to be a Tangerine Dream fan; not only is the band still going strong as we approach the 2nd anniversary of founder Edgar Froese’s untimely relocation to a new cosmic address, they’re now probably garnering as much attention and critical acclaim  as they’ve had for the last 40 years, partly due to their influence on the cult Stranger Things soundtrack (see http://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/artists/love-the-stranger-things-soundtrack-here-are-10-things-to-listen/) 603 more words

Samsara

Samsara – Remembering

01. Offthesky – Snow Filled Summer (Hibernate Recordings)
02. Stray Theories – The Day We Were Silent (Already Dead Tapes & Records) 88 more words

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The 2016 Round-Up: Honourable Mentions

Hello and welcome back to LostMeow for my 2016 round-up!

It feels like it’s been a bit of an off-colour year for music, in between all of the political upheaval and deaths of much-loved artists. 447 more words

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ft. Ulrich Schnauss, Romare, Wolf People and Virginia Wing

Artists continue to push the boundaries of genres with Ulrich’s special brand of electronic, Romare’s experiment funk, Wolf People’s folk metal and Virginia’s Avent-Garde pop. We loved what these artists produced and we’re excited to hear what you have to say too! 1,088 more words

New Borns

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Show a subject in their natural habitat. Their place of work or hobby is a great start. Tell their story with the environment…

Not wanting to be predictable I have picked a photo I took of artist Ulrich Schnauss playing live to the audience at Norwich Arts Centre.

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