Society of Sound

  • TheBreath

    The Breath - Let the Cards Fall

    Offering a continuous renewal of hope, catharsis and remembrance, and as the title suggests, a new willingness to let go, the second album by The Breath combines musical spontaneity with consummate songwriting

  • SoSLSO

    Gianandrea Noseda - Shostakovich - Symphony No 5

    Following the denunciation by the state of his opera Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony was viewed as his most socialist symphony, pandering to the demands of the Stalinist regime.

  • Joonas Haavisto Trio

    Joonas Haavisto Trio - Gradation

    Haavisto’s compositions are based on beautiful melodies while the music still explores free elements and multilayered, surprising rhythmic motifs. Joonas Haavisto Trio has been playing together for over ten years and this special relationship and subtly shine through.

  • LSO

    Mendelssohn – Symphonies
    Nos 1 & 4

    Completed when Mendelssohn was only fifteen, his First Symphony is an energetic work, exhibiting the young prodigy’s genius and youthful outlook.

  • Björk - Vulnicura

    Björk - Vulnicura

    Björk's breath-taking Vulnicura is available in its original studio version or as a Live album that also features reworkings of a number of other classic tracks. Whichever you choose our high-resolution downloads deliver incredible sonic clarity.

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    Mark-Anthony Turnage
    Sir Simon Rattle
    London Symphony Orchestra

    Remembering, written in memory of Evan Scofield, is Mark-Anthony Turnage’s response to the young man’s premature death from cancer in 2013, at the age of 26.

  • Slowly Rolling Camera

    A meeting place

    The pursuit of true sound is a science, but it’s also about people and bringing us closer to the music we love. We have created a place where people can come to for ideas and inspiration. A society of sound.


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