Gin and Tonic Chords

This week composer Sean Hickey, Naxos’ National Sales and Business Development Manager, weighs in on the growing trend in alternative performance venues, a subject which has been covered at length in The New York Times and many other publications including … Read More →


Three-Dimensional Sound…

An Interview with Magnar Åm In May, Naxos of America begins distribution of 2L, a Norwegian label known for releasing the world’s first audio-only Blu-Ray recording, Divertimenti, which subsequently received three Grammy® nominations. Founded in 2001 by Morten Lindberg, 2L’s … Read More →


“What Becomes a Legend Most?”

When I was a child, Blackglama® Mink used to run ads on TV and in all the fashion magazines featuring movie stars, models, and famous men and women from all walks of life all bedecked in luxurious mink coats, paired … Read More →


Why I LOVE Spaghetti Vol. 1: Musical Tales of the West that NEVER Was

This week Naxos of America’s Collin Rae weights in on Italian movie soundtrack music of the 1960s and 1970s: So much has already been written about Italian movie soundtrack music of the 1960’s and 70’s that I certainly won’t shed … Read More →


Sonically Sound and Pounding…A Discussion with David Lang

Collin Rae, Naxos of America’s Marketing and Special Projects Manager, recently started a series of email discussions with composers, which have been posted on PMS #286 Appreciation Society, the Naxos of America blog. This discussion with composer David Lang yielded … Read More →