Composer and pianist Meredi went back into the studio to record six new songs. She will share the first track with us in October. Watch out!
Each track deserves its own visual interpretation. Enjoy the collaboration of Mino Cinélu and Nils Petter Molvaer by watching the visualizers on our Youtube channel.
It is the first Chartentry in Germany. Congratulations Sebastian Knauer & Arash Safaian!
To celebrate the album, “artéfact” created a tea blend that tells the story of where Mine Cinelu and Nils Petter Molvær first met in Turkey.
Leading up to tomorrow’s release of Mino Cinélu’s and Nils Petter Molvaer’s collaboration album “SulaMadiana”, read this interview by Innervisions with Nils Petter Molvaer about his past projects, the current collaboration with Mino Cinelu, our label Modern Recordings and what to expect in the future.
This biweekly Spotify playlist is the choice of our artists and our team. It’s not about one genre – it’s about quality beyond specific genres. It’s about discovering new songs and all-time modern recordings. It’s about music that matters.
Pantha du Prince will perform a “Picknickkonzert” at Silent Green in Berlin. The concert will take place outside the venue with headphones for each visitor.
On August 26 Sebastian Knauer presented This Is (Not) Beethoven on the German national TV-station ZDF. In case you missed it, here is the link to the performance: https://www.zdf.de/nachrichten/zdf-morgenmagazin/sebastian-knauer-mit-beethovens-variation-zwoelf-100.html
The most exciting tribute to Beethoven for his 250th anniversary comes from Sebastian Knauer and Arash Safaian together with the Zürcher Chamber Orchestra. Following on from the internationally acclaimed success of “ÜberBach” comes their new joint production called “This Is (Not) Beethoven”.
A few days before the official release of Mino Cinelu’s and Nils Petter Molvaer’s upcoming album SulaMediana, it has been appointed to “Album of the Week” in The Guardian, Stereo and Fono Forum. John Fordham in The Guardian states, “SulaMadiana is like eavesdropping on an evolving multilingual conversation, but one with an invite open to all.”