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Martin Ptak - River Tales
Trombonist & composer Martin Ptak presenting his brand new album River Tales hereby - considering nothing less than the endless stream of recurrence... 
Federspiel - Wolperting
Federspiel are back, presenting their 5th longplayer called Wolperting ... "and a simple glance out of the window turns into a story which lasts a lifetime." 
Wolfgang Mitterer - Nine In One
Wolfgang vs. Ludwig? Nine In One? Schicksal? Tristesse? All in one, the whole prgramme ... and yes, you really can listen to Beethoven! 
Ketan Bhatti - Nodding Terms (Ltd. Vinyl Edition)
Ketan Bhatti’s solo debut Nodding Terms, also available as Ltd. Vinyl Edition - only while stocks last! 
Ketan Bhatti - Nodding Terms
New music and groove – does it work and does it exist? Musical crossover artist Ketan Bhatti nods ... and delivers proof with his solo debut Nodding Terms! 
Franui - Ständchen der Dinge
Guess who’s back with a brand new record in order to celebrate their 25th anniversary! Right, Franui again: "Is it going to last?" 
Gnigler - Straight On, Downstairs, 2nd Door Left
Jazz or Experimental? Or maybe New Music?
Move straight on, downstairs, take the 2nd door on left and you’ll find out... 
Xiaoyong Chen - Imaginative Reflections
This music is about fading away, about reverberations, echoes. European instruments sound Asian, and Asian instruments are integrated into European art music. 
Gordon Kampe - Arien/Zitronen
For me, composition is a game’, says Kampe, ‘using objects which – from a distance – don’t seem to belong together. 
Milica Djordjevic - rocks-stars-metals-light
It seems that Djordjević’s imagination is focussed entirely on an interior world, on the interplay of forces within a de ned space. 
David Hudry - Durchgang
[...] Hudry researches very early on, a form of vigorous interaction between the performer and the machine – an axis of his compositional output. 
Arvo Pärt - Anima
Even Hector Berlioz praised the sound of the, then newly invented, saxophone, likening it to the “mysterious vibrations of a bell, long a er it has been struck.” 
Lukas Lauermann - How I Remember Now I Remember How
Lauermann presents his solo debut, and invites us to listen into the “the great spaces all around” – spaces of memory, chambers of sensation, places of yearning. 
Alma - Oeo
Guess who’s back: Alma are happy to show around again presenting their brand new and highly anticipated 3rd Longplayer Oeo! Summer 2017 is occupied from now on! 
iris electrum - iris electrum
[...] contains pop music of stunning grandeur, and of moving simplicity. Sincerely recommended! 
Les Espaces Électroacoustiques
Milestones of electroacoustic music – from Varèse to Ferneyhough – investigated from a music-historical perspective and presented in contemporary 5.1 surround sound. 
Federspiel - Smaragd
"The music they make is an acoustic gingerbread, lustily oral, closely linked to eating, drinking, kissing, breathing, living." (Franzobel) 
Sferraina - Monkeyfish
Sferraina create an enchanting sound space, where music from past eras continually overlaps and interacts with the present. Highly recommended! 
Trio Catch - Sanh
“Trio Catch are like a fresh new brand for the old lady New Music.” (www.vanmagazin.com) — Could there be a catchier way of phrasing it? 
Franui - Tanz! (Franz)
Dance music from high-alpine regions and from the low plains, music located somewhere between Schubert, Bartok and a Young Farmers’Ball in East Tyrol. 
Mark Barden - Monoliths
Beating Bounds, the Limits of Failure: the Music of Mark Barden. 
Birke J. Bertelsmeier - folklich
To stump a listener: the Music of Birke J. Bertelsmeier. 
Christian Mason - Unseen Light
Ceremonies, too, guard their silences: the music of Christian Mason. 
Musikkapelle Innervillgraten - Nachklänge
For the very first time in the almost 200 year old history of the Musikkapelle Innervillgraten their legendary mourning marches will be published on a record! 
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