That Was The Musical Week That Was – 090121

Our usual selection of the music that we have been working with to help drive away the winter blues and the lockdown boredom. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0Qj8QRy6gRtBa7GBk49737?si=FmXuiAeqQ4eLwzQbAMC1dw

That Was The Musical Week That Was – 011120

A longer than normal playlist this week as I really wanted to push as many of the artist featured on the musically glorious and massively important MeTooMpls album. Give it a spin and check out these brilliant artists as well as everyone else I have been working with and writing about this week.

Ghost – Richard Wileman (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

As the central hub around which the musically intricate world of Karda Estra revolves, Richard Wileman has been responsible for a wide range of wonderfully textured, unpredictable and eclectic music. He has wandered from intense noir-ish soundtracks to sweeping celestial grandeur and embarked on everything from progressive Avant Gardening trips to jazz infused meanderings. But... Continue Reading →

Free Karda Estra album

Fans of truly progressive music will be thrilled to know that Richard Wileman, the man behind the mercurial Karda Estra, has just posted a free album on the bands Bandcamp page. Spanning over a decade of the bands evolutionary path, the eight tracks that make up "An Introduction to Karda Estra" are a wonderful addition to... Continue Reading →

Mondo Porfondo/New Worlds – Karda Estra

Some music is easy to pigeon hole for purpose. Music to dance to, music to chill out to, music that excites or soothes, makes a statement or just makes a pleasant noise. Composer Richard Wileman, under the title of Karda Estra, however takes a different route, he makes music that explores. Sitting somewhere between cinematic... Continue Reading →

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