The Love Diversity – Moh Dediouf (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There was a time when the term "world music" seemed to be a pointless label. It was used to describe everything from Classic Indian music to Bulgarian folk choirs, Latin salsa bands to Australian aboriginal sounds; as a phrase, it was so broadly stretched as to be almost meaningless. But as we moved into the... Continue Reading →

Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell ‘Burn’ LP to be released as NFT

Atlantic Curve are thrilled to announce that 'Burn', the new album by Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell, produced by James Chapman (MAPS), will be among the first commercial music works to also be available as an Non-Fungible Token (NFT) on the eco-friendly platform Hic Et Nunc. The album, which had its traditional digital and physical release on May 7 via Atlantic Curve, a London-based... Continue Reading →

Dead Can Dance’s Lisa Gerrard & Jules Maxwell ink Atlantic Curve record deal for ‘Burn’ LP

Atlantic Curve, the London-based label that is part of the Schubert Music Europe group, has announced the signing of Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell, best known for their work as part of the legendary band Dead Can Dance. They will be releasing the 'Burn' album on May 7, 2021, produced by James Chapman of MAPS. Gerrard and Maxwell began working on the album in Australia... Continue Reading →

Kuma – Kankou (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

Reviewing music from the ‘World Music’ category is difficult. You’re challenged by fact that the lyrics to the songs are sung in a language other than English and therefore you lose the chance to write about the words and the stories within these songs. But, as a result, you’re challenged to listen to the music... Continue Reading →

Dead Can Dance new album and tour

Dead Can Dance have announced details of a brand new album entitled ‘Dionysus’, which is set for release on 2nd November via [PIAS] Recordings. ACT I : Sea Borne - Liberator of Minds - Dance of the Bacchantes ACT II : The Mountain - The Invocation - The Forest – Psychopomp   Pre-order the album and... Continue Reading →

The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices ft. Lisa Gerrard – Pora Sotunda (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

As one half of Dead Can Dance, Lisa Gerrard explored wonderful sonic territory and created music which wandered between re-imagined world sounds and  soundtrack style arrangements, she painted with cinematic and widescreen musical colours, and balanced the ethereal and the neo-classical. She has since been associated with numerous big budget soundtracks but is equally likely... Continue Reading →

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