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    FONTIS

    To write a review on the incredible music of Voxfire is a challenge indeed as their creations, evolved thought the medium of mixing ancient music […]

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    Promise

    FLOW was created out of friendship, a love of music and a bit of fun, when four musicians, Fiona Joy Hawkins, Jeff Oster, Lawrence Blatt […]

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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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    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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    Ailleurs

    Every Goodbye introduces the beautiful music of harpist and composer Mylle Fournier in her first solo album Ailleurs, a delicate and reflective studio improv, reflecting […]

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    Running Away

    Dream of Summer introduced by Josie Quick on violin begins this delicious new album from Timothy Wenzel, Running Away, a piece which sets the scene […]

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    Heroines in Harmony

    Edgy, challenging and incredibly powerful music pours out in a serious, ‘take note’ introduction to this latest and emotionally testing album, Heroines in Harmony from […]

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    Leaning Toward Home

    Over the past years Holland Philips has released seven albums, Leaning Towards Home being the seventh in the series of relaxing, dreamlike music, many of […]

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    Journey of Tears

    In an album hard to define, flautist Monica Williams combines her life experience with immense skill on flute to present her first solo album, Journey […]

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    Acceptance

    On this digital only release from the talented Sherry Finer, she offers a little of the very personal side of her life, her journey towards […]

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    Small Treasures

    It began with a painting, moved to a poem and finalised in an album of the most exquisite music created to date, from Belgium composer […]

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    Ethereal II

    Although this flow-on album to Ethereal I could be considered as something of an improv collection of works created by Kevin Kastning, Sandor Szabo and […]

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    World Café

    Catchy and jaunty the latest work from Ron Korb, World Café, has captured the very essence that makes up all the wonderful, colourful and vibrant […]

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    Mosaic

    Wafting gently into the ether the inspirational, gentle and beautiful tones of Mosaic capture the imagination and spirit immediately. In this his sixth album David […]

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    A Trick of the Wind

    Erik Scott’s musical background echoes with the ghosts of times past, beginning in the heady days of Woodstock and moving forward, playing with such greats […]

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    Flow

    Invited by Lawrence Blatt, incredible player of acoustic and electric guitars and ukulele, to take part in somewhat of an experimental recording, Fiona Joy, acclaimed pianist […]

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    After The Rain

    Glorious, gorgeous and a real treat, this new album, After the Rain  from Neil Tatar combines the best of styles to create an album which […]

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    Kismaros

    Kismaros, a unique 7 track album was recorded before lunch in the small village of Kismaros, located on the banks of the Danube in Hungary; […]

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