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    Silhouette of a Season

    Interesting, is perhaps not quite the way to describe this album from Matt Millecchia in this his first formal album, which has been produced by […]

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    Future Memory

    Synthesiser, Piano: Piano, Synthesiser: add a bit of percussion, a lick of guitar now and then, a very clever artist and there you have it, […]

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    A Delicate Balance

    Balance, or the ying and yang of life, is the theme of this light and gentle offering from acclaimed pianist Lisa Downing. Laughter, frustration, love, […]

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    Carried Away

    Beautiful and elegant are only two of the many words which can be used to describe the first original album released by award wining pianist […]

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    Linger Longer

    From the first note this is one very special album created and played with strength, love and the joy of living. Emotion has been used […]

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    Scorpion Moon

    From the first exquisite note Scorpion Moon, Sora takes us into a world of fairy tales, hero’s and villain’s, all with an overriding pulse encompassing […]

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    New Butterfly

    In a style vastly different, but complimentary to his first album Visions, Ishs delivers a more diverse aspect of his ability with acoustic piano.  Contemporary […]

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    Tales of a Gypsy

    Spiritualism, gypsies, rain forests, beaches, violins, contemporary beat, classical, infusion, foot stomping, hand clapping rhythms, rhumba, flamenco, Italy, Europe and just about every other influence […]

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    Thirteen o’clock

    In this their debut album, songwriters Emma Royle and Jessie Vintila have given the listener a delightful and eclectic mix of music and almost a […]

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    Mountain Song

    Perhaps the best way to describe this fourth album from Murray Kyle is as a soundscape created by the mix of guitar, vocals and an […]

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    Divine Child

    Delicate and dainty, the soothing sounds of the harp are used to bring the gentle essences of peace and tranquillity to the soul. Specifically created […]

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    Eclectic Eve

    Eclectic is the operative word for this first of from Christopher Lapina who has exercised his prodigious musical abilities to deliver an album which is […]

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    What is Magic

    Right from the beginning you are told this album is designed to go with Mor’s Creative Trance workshops.  It is an album created to enhance […]

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    Silhouette of a Season

    The feeling of the music is one of insular splendour, purist, and idealistic, with each piece being carefully constructed and played. Perfectionism comes thorough and […]

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    Whispers the Falling Snow

    Track one lets you straight into the ambience of the music as you can almost hear the snowflakes gently falling, the cold crispness of a […]

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    Voices from Heaven

    New Age music per se has just shifted into another dimension with this wonderful, healing soundscape created through the talents and inspiration of Halonen and […]

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    Naam Radiance

    The words are more than 600 years old, the music is months old and comes together under the skilful, creative energy of Megan Chaskey as […]

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    Thoughts of Tomorrow

    Starting out with an tremendously upbeat track in Brazil, you immediately think of flamboyance and party time but equally as quickly move into a time […]

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    Ayahausca Dreams

    With this latest creation from Hurtado he has managed to combine a range of rhythms, styles and melodies to deliver an album which is very […]

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    Road to Ambo

    When times were tough, Adam Andrews turned to his music. When times were good he did the same: as each of life’s joys and challenges […]

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