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    Children of Conflict

    Children of Conflict is a powerful, classical work of music over six movements which touches the very soul, as it brings home the senseless, destructive […]

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    Speak Peace

    Soothing and infinitely comforting, this beautiful melodic and slow moving collection Speak Peace has the trade mark of Rick Sparks stamped firmly on each song. […]

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    WALK-INS

    Intriguing, fascinating and most enjoyable Walk-Ins from multi-instrumentalist and composer Sikha Pros, aka Joel Frias, captures the space in between sleeping and waking; that nebulous […]

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    Call of the Desert

    Multi-instrumentalist Samer Fanek was born in Jorden, moving to America in 2008. His latest release has been created from a strong desire to once again […]

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    Reverence

    David Darling passed from this world in 2021, leaving a legacy of music which will remain forever as a tribute to man who was more […]

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    Out of the Mist

    Out of the Mist is a refreshing collection full of light with a somewhat quirky overlay, that appears to emerge out of the mists of […]

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    Touch and Sound

    Sound, emotion and feeling are all wrapped up in this delectable album from pianist and composer Juan Sanchez Touch and Sound, the perfect collection of […]

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    Hummingbird

    Serenity with a lovely rich understory is the trademark of 2002, Pamela and Randy Copus with their talented daughter Sarah, a combination that simply keeps […]

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    Ravenna

    Ravenna: what is there to say about this fascinating and sumptuous work from the masters of sublime music, Jeff Johnson and Phil Keaggy, other than […]

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    Dubnos

    A cacophony of sound is the introduction to prog rock specialist Ronald Buhlmann’s latest album Dubnos, a brilliantly contrived combination of music, noise, extravaganza and […]

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    Ethereal IV

    Recorded in single day at the Kismaros Concert Hall in Kismaros, Hungary, at the end of a long tour, the trio of Kevin Kastning, on […]

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    Renewal

    Sensual sound drifts endlessly outward; a sound created then captured in elemental form by Sherry Finzer in Renewal, a limited release, is another compilation in […]

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    How Do You Feel?

    WOW, is the first thought that came to mind when the opening track of James Leatherbarrow’s work, How Do You Feel, burst into the open […]

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    A Momentary Pause

    Out of the ever-changing patters that have formed the world of 2020 has come some of the most beautiful, peaceful, healing music; music offered to […]

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    Thinking of You

    From a tender age music was the lifeblood of David J Pena and his world, as he would sit listening to the marching bands practicing […]

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    Convergence I

    As with all his work Kevin Kastning strips music back to the most minimalist format, creating music that is or could be considered as purist. […]

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