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    Two Hearts

    Devoted to love in all its many forms, this latest release from David Wahler, Two Hearts is a difficult one to place in any one […]

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    The Lightness of Dark

    “If we love, we grieve. That’s the deal”. Nick Cave To this end Fiona Joy Hawkins and Rebecca Daniel have created a most elegant, gentle […]

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    Generous night, redeem

    Solo pianist Ryan Marvel has collaborated with his mother, poet Betti Bernardi, to create a beautiful album full of soul and reflection, the music woven […]

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    Dawn of Love

    Get settled in for a real treat with this creative and very enjoyable album from Christopher Boscole, Dawn of Love, designed to be presented as […]

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    Sage

    Once again Michelle Qureshi has produced a more than delicious album of peaceful, enjoyable guitar solo pieces to enchant and relax, possibly naming the album […]

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    Sacred Lullabies

    Simply magical, this gloriously delicate, deeply spiritual collection of Sacred Lullabies from Camille Nelson demonstrates the depth of her amazing talent. Created with the sole […]

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    Flight Lounge

    Flight Lounge is Eleon’s latest creation, and one that could, if you are about to do long haul to somewhere exotic, add to your playlist […]

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    Hushabye

    Rick Sparks is in a mellow, tranquil place with Hushabye, his latest ambient album placed firmly in the genre of lullaby, as he encourages the […]

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    Let Go

    There are twenty two catchy, melodic, relaxing and joyful pieces of engaging music, some short, some long and others a bit more so, gathered together […]

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    Journey For Mankind

    Anyone who has ever flown long haul, looking out into the endless blue sky as dawn is breaking or night is drawing in will relate […]

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    Crucial

    Prog rock is a genre that lends to much diversion of sound and in Crucial, the third album from Swiss guitarist/composer Roland Buhlmann, an amazingly […]

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    Mystic Messages

    Where does one commence with music of such immensity, that should you attempt to describe the pure, heartfelt and inspired creations from Ben Brooks and […]

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    Mackland Ave

    Mackland Ave, like the house on the street that provided the inspiration for the tracks of the album, contains a little bit of everything, showcasing […]

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    Altiplano

    From beginning to end this is a wonderfully mellow collection of some seriously lovely, relaxing and most enjoyable music. A step away from his usual […]

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    Chapters

    Passionate, almost discordant but wholehearted, Virginia introduces Stephen Wallacks first solo piano album Chapters, written to relate to some of the many chapters of his […]

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    Fire Opal

    Ethereal and beautiful, the first track in this debut album from Eric Jensen as Massergy, is an entree into a world of perfectly crafted ambient […]

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    Clear Light

    Switching, or rather returning too to new age electronic ambience, from NuJazz, has seen Stephanie Sante in a contemplative mood, creating a sound palate to […]

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    A Heritage of Faith

    From the first note of the lovely In the Garden , the soul immediately returned to the days of youth, Sunday School and Church where […]

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    Tunneling

    Ethan Johnstone is better known as the drummer with the prog-rock bands Night Idea and Houdan the Mystic, than as solo performer Brother Rutherford, has […]

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    Sound Currents

    Close your eyes and let the body and mind sink into neutral, allowing the beautiful waves of ambient sound to wash over you commencing a […]

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    Summoning the Muse

    Infectious just about sums up this latest, very catchy release Summoning the Muse from the talented members of Incendio,  something they often seem to do […]

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    The Presence of Wonder

    Having watched this album from solo pianist Pam Asberry unfold over the past year, waiting with keen interest to see what her third solo album […]

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