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Watch the trailer for our new feature documentary ‘The Organ: A Modern Classic’

The Organ a modern classic documentary by cone magazine

‘There is a movement happening’. The Organ is beginning to influence contemporary music in a rather inspiring way. Filmed at the UK’s first experimental organ festival Organ Reframed at Union Chapel, this documentary the worlds first synthesizer from its catholic roots and image. Shot on site of the UK’s first experimental organ festival, in 5K resolution and using the same cinema camera […]

Review: Roger Goula – Overview Effect

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Roger Goula’s Overview Effect draws on a centralised cognitive concept within a neo-classical framework to produce a truly immersive and dynamic debut. Born into a contemporary classical background, and building on his involvement with the free improvisation scene in the mid 2000s, Goula’s work has seen him develop into an experimental blend of classical chamber […]

Review /\ Late Night Tales – Nils Frahm

Nils Frahm - Late Night Tales review on cone magazine

Like some New York Jazz cafe, Nils Frahm’ Late Night Tales compilation is smokey, full of character and emphatically mood evoking. Nills Frahm is irrevocably sensitive, both in his musical output as well as his public demeanour. With such a keen eye to the intricate relationship between sound and emotion, it was unquestionable that his contribution […]

Review /\ Late Night Tales – Nils Frahm

Nils Frahm - Late Night Tales review on cone magazine

Like some New York Jazz cafe, Nils Frahm’ Late Night Tales compilation is smokey, full of character and emphatically mood evoking. Nills Frahm is irrevocably sensitive, both in his musical output as well as his public demeanour. With such a keen eye to the intricate relationship between sound and emotion, it was unquestionable that his contribution […]

Review /\ Dawn of Midi – Dysnomia

Dawn Of Midi /\ Cone Magazine

Dawn of Midi work in alliance with Erased Tapes to reissue their electronically charged, but acoustically formed album Dysnomia. Brooklyn-based trio Dawn of Midi are an intriguing amalgamation of styles and practices. Using just acoustic instruments, their arrangement and focus on the frameworks of concrete music has led them to produce hypnotic compositions that draw […]

Review /\ Dawn of Midi – Dysnomia

Dawn Of Midi /\ Cone Magazine

Dawn of Midi work in alliance with Erased Tapes to reissue their electronically charged, but acoustically formed album Dysnomia. Brooklyn-based trio Dawn of Midi are an intriguing amalgamation of styles and practices. Using just acoustic instruments, their arrangement and focus on the frameworks of concrete music has led them to produce hypnotic compositions that draw […]