The Track Of The Day is for Forgetting, Almost by the pianist and composer Mike Lazerov that release this piece yesterday in celebration of the Piano Day 2020 that takes place the 88th day of the year – in 2020 it’s the 28th March – because of the number of keys on the instrument being celebrated.
The track less than 2 minutes is as beautiful as delicate in his own words
“far beyon a time slice of the past lies a short lived moment
in that memory I played the piano and you listened now all that/s left was s that memento and this music and while I/m forgetting it lives on...” Bandcamp
The Track Of The Day is for Particle XIX (Goodbye Berlin) by musician Tom Adams a beautiful journey through peaceful soundscapes inviting you to relax and letting go those negative thoughts and feelings to be repleaced by the sound of this gentle music.
The Track Of The Day is for Lovelock one of three tracks part of the newest album titled precisely Three by the legendary Australian instrumental "trio" (once again three) The Necks released last Friday, all experimental tracks over 21 minutes mark and this one is my favorite but was hard to pick.
The Track Of The Day is for Hydro a fantastic track released today and lead single for the upcoming album by Nightports w/ Betamax (drummer and percussionit for The Comet Is Coming). The album is droping June 12 via Leaf Label.
The Track Of The Day is for Quick Trick lead single of the never before released album Just Coolin by Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers due out August 07. Once again we have the change to be delighted by another unreleased album as John Coltrane 1963: New Directions back in 2018.
The Track Of The Day is for The Unknown Ocean (Inspired by The Outlaw Ocean a book by Ian Urbina) by Christopher Willits released yesterady this wonderful track give us a perspective of the mysterys that the ocean hide into its depths.
The Track Of The Day is for Nikinakinu the newest single released last Friday by the keybordist, composer, Jazz Pianist and Producer Greg Foat a great track full of energy, joy and that groovy thing that great jazz brings.
The Track Of The Day is for Dragonfly second sinlge released last month of the upcoming album The Next Billion Years out May 29 (that tries to answer the question what the future might look like?) by Berlin composer and musician Robot Koch. Influenced by Jaques Cousteau the scientist and his global cousciousness concept to save our world is how this album was born.
The Track Of The Day is for You’d Be So Nice To Home To a collaboration between two friends Marisa Anderson and Tara Jane O’Neil released today but recorded in 2018 extremely beautiful and heartfelt music.
The Track Of The Day is for Una Fragile Memoria a brand new track by Italian guitarist Cabeki (Andrea Faccioli) part of the upcoming album Da qui i grattacieli erano meravigliosi (From here the skyscrapers looked wonderful) out next April 15.
The Track Of The Day is for The Slowest Rendition last track of the new album The Universe Inside by The Dream Syndicate a stunning album, only 5 tracks but 58 minutes long an incredible fussion of jazz, progressive rock and psycedelia with long and great soundscapes that one hour isn't enough.
The Track Of The Day is for Babylon an excellent track released last Friday with a fantistic group of musicians that teamed up for this track Alex Stolze vocals, Ben Osborn piano and Anne Muller at the cello.
The Track Of The Day is for I Had No Dream released yestarday and lead single for the upcoming album Species out July 17 by Bing & Ruth a track that only play the Farfisan organ a clarinet and a double bass a thing of beauty.