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The Rambler – Tim Rutherford-Johnson

A blog about contemporary music, by author and critic Tim Rutherford-Johnson.

  • By Tim Rutherford-Johnson
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly one post per year
  • First post on

Posts per year

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2021 3
2022 7
2023 1
2024 1

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Some recent sleevenotes
In the last couple of years I’ve found myself writing more and more sleevenote essays. I’ve said in the past that this is one of my favourite mediums for writing: 1500 words or so is …
On , by Tim Rutherford-Johnson, 65 words
Train home review: Hollie Harding, Theories of Forgetting
Colin Alexander, cello Heather Roche, clarinet Eva Zöllner, accordion LSO St Luke’s, London | 14 January 2023 For her LSO Jerwood Composer+ showcase event, Hollie Harding curated an elaborate event on the theme of memory, …
On , by Tim Rutherford-Johnson, 74 words
Train home reviews: Riot Ensemble, ‘from dusk to dawn’, Kings Place
A fabulous concert at Kings Place last night by Riot Ensemble, crowned by a coda in memory of composer, singer and guitarist Alastair Putt. Putt’s Quincunx was commissioned by Riot in 2019 but because of …
On , by Tim Rutherford-Johnson, 80 words