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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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    Rhytm Bred

    A light delicate touch has been used by the talented Perth percussion duo, Josh Hogan and Steve Richter to introduce a sense of fantasy and […]

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    Peaceful Journey

    Utter bliss! That is really all I need to say about this latest release from Syversen. Complete and utter bliss! A bubble bath for the […]

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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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    Surya – Chants of Light

    In this debut album by husband and wife team Nadaka and Gopika they have combined a formidable talent to create an album, while dedicated to […]

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    Arctic Sunrise

    The deep rich sound created by Kerani is interlaced with a sense of great delicacy, highlighting the movement and continuity that is the Arctic in […]

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    Pavane

    Emerging out of the piano notes comes a gently enticing, sensually haunting note of a trumpet played softly to coerce the listener into coming in […]

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    Storybook Love

    Laura McMillan has once again used her medium of piano to recreate the feeling of love in all its many forms; From the first love, […]

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    Nocturnes

    Drifting effortlessly out of the ether, Nocturnes takes you to a place of ease and relaxation. Shades of the softness of the night grace the […]

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    River Serene

    The cover of the album depicts a man in a boat paddling on a river at moonrise, which, metaphorically speaking establishes the mood for this […]

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    Portal

    Akasa, with a stellar line up of Morris Hayes, Nick Michaels, Aaron Stern and Shenkar, has created a musical consciousness which envelops and enriches the […]

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    Dreaming Time

    If you are searching for a gentle collection of music or sonic vibrations with which to meditate, that will help with connectivity, Dreaming Time is […]

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    Soundtrack to Life

    Rich, full bodied, all-encompassing, tuned in to engage the listener to the vibe and frequency for positive influences. Not bad for one lil’ ol’ CD, […]

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    Flight 14

    In letting go of sorrow Gronau has created yet another complex and contemplative album moving and shifting over landscape, that not only of the Bahamas […]

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