*muetry says “Goodbye!”

Dear follower of ‘*muetry – Impressions for your ears’, I had a great time writing these words about my favourite music reaching interested people all around the world, but my time management simply… Continue reading

London Grammar – Wasting My Young Years

The London Grammar trio is back after their successful “Metal & Dust” EP with a magnificent piece vocal piece called “Wasting My Young Years”. The incredibly melancholic track picks up pace very quickly,… Continue reading

M83 feat. Susanne Sundfør – Oblivion

Movie scores just seem to become better and better. This time, Anthony Gonzalez – better known as M83 – hailing from the French city of Antibes delivers a truly epic piece for the… Continue reading

Max Richter – Running

After a few weeks of nothing, *muetry finally heads back to its usual output. This week begins with the one and only composer behind such beautiful soundtracks like “Waltz with Bashir” or his… Continue reading

George Maple – Fixed (Maribou State Remix)

Australian-based singer / songwriter George Maple delivers a fantastic basis on which the Maribou State duo from London have built a real delicacy of soulful music. It is the epitome of chilled deep… Continue reading

CoMa – My Orbit

The track title already implies it and it certainly isn’t wrong: ‘My Orbit’ is a journey through the vast mindscapes of the two heads behind the CoMa moniker (George Conrad and Marius Bubat)… Continue reading

Kendrick Lamar – Lay Down In Swimming Pools (Mutya, Keisha & Siobhan Cover)

One of the most anticipated comebacks finally happened – with the UK trio Sugababes (Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan) spending some days in the studio of Blood Orange (Devonté Hynes) from New… Continue reading

Duke Dumont feat. A*M*E – Need U (100%) (Skreamix)

Available in less than two weeks is nothing other than Oliver Jones’s summer anthem of 2013. First heard on Annie Mac’s show on BBC Radio 1, this here actually is a remix of… Continue reading

Pedestrian – Hoyle Road

Jack Sibley, the one behind the Pedestrian moniker, has his roots in the British drum & bass scene. During the last few months, however, radio hosts like Gilles Peterson quickly gained notice of… Continue reading

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