Sonus faber’s Selection: Top Audiophile Albums of 2022

January: Immersive Soundscapes

Burial – Antidawn [Hyperdub]

Unmistakable Signature: The British composer's EP merges samples, electronic atmospheres, and field recordings, creating an ambient masterpiece that pierces the soundstage with surprising spatiality.

Aurora – The Gods We Can Touch [Decca / Glassnote Records]

80s Elegance: Norwegian artist Aurora's record highlights low-frequency capabilities. Bass synths and drum machines, coupled with refined vocals, create a harmonious listening experience perfectly complementing Sonus faber cabinets.

February: Psychedelic Journeys

Black Country, New Road – Ants From Up There [Ninja Tune]

Small Psychedelic Marvel: The UK band's second album features narrative mixes, rough percussion, and surgical guitars. Strings and brasses add a shine to your midranges, creating a captivating sonic landscape

Big Thief – Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You [4AD]

Folk meets Garage Rock: Drummer James Krivchenia explores new perspectives in this album, delivering evocative percussion and distant guitars. A true gem for those seeking a unique sonic experience.

March: Fusion of Influences

Messa – Close [Svart Records]

Doom Meets Jazz: The Italian band showcases extraordinary compositional sensitivity, blending doom and jazz influences. Layers of excellent arrangement unveil surprises across the auditory spectrum.

Rex Orange County – Who Cares? [RCA]

Dreamy Pop Bliss: Surrey's golden boy collaborates with Benny Sings to create a collection of pop songs. Gravis I, with its dynamic arrangements, perfectly emphasizes the dreamy keyboards and finely crafted bass grooves.

April: Orchestral Fantasies and Energetic Whirlwinds

Father John Misty – Chloë and the Next 20th Century [Sub Pop / Bella Union]

Circus Fantasies: The histrionic singer-songwriter brings orchestral arrangements and circus fantasies to life. Vintage brasses and double basses playfully pop up in the listening space, creating an immersive experience.

Jack White – Fear Of The Dawn [Third Man Records]

Energetic Sound Whirlwind: The former White Stripes' studio work is a sonic research adventure. Guitars, rhythm sections, synths, and reverbs blend coherently to provide a dynamic listening experience.e.

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Immerse yourself in the world of Sonus faber's audiophile picks for 2022, where every note is a testament to the brand's commitment to performance, natural sound, and the artistry of music. Elevate your listening experience with these carefully curated albums that resonate harmoniously with Sonus faber's luxurious audio solutions