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Kaleema

Kaleema – “Nomada” Review

Argentina’s new musician is a genre mashup class act

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Indie Monastery

Indie Monastery – “One Big World” Review

The power of Persia in sonic form

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Nature Ganganbaigal – “The Mantra” Review

The finest in Mongolian folk

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Introducing… Federico Parra

Tribal spiritual voices channelled through your speakers

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Ephemeral Mists – “Illusions Blooming Softly” Review

Tantric electronica hedonism

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James Hood – “Ceremony” Review

Tuneful meditation in waiting

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Live Vault – Thy Veils

Ten minutes of ethereal zen in a live performance

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Introducing… Cantus Lunaris

Everyone knows I do like a bit of Celtic folklore in my musical repertoire and Cantus Lunaris fits the bill perfectly. Not only owners of the most dramatic break down in tears in a forest during a music video award, they weave some siren-esque voices around some more traditional celtic roots yet around afraid to […]

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IG88 – “Mutual Mastication” Review

IG88 came to me as a recommendation from Bandcamp when I bought some Atra Alterna albums and when Bandcamp recommends you something, you usually listen. IG88’s Mutual Mastication is a wonderfully spacial freeflowing spillage of electronica from candle wax to ear. The opener “Poisson D’Avril” mixes some warm glossy keyboard synths with some more industrial […]

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Video Vault – Priscilla Hernandez

I think for once, I’ll let this absolutely beautiful track do the talking. For fans of Faun, Qntal, Omnia, Pagan/Neo-Folk, World Music with a difference and something very Lord of the Rings! She did all the illustrations herself too!

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Martyrs of Sound – “Radhe’s Dream” Review

Martyrs of Sound specialise in meditative music. Clean, simple, warm and full of the essence of music, Radhe’s Dream is simply a heavenly joy to close your eyes to. Opening with “Song of the Universe” the music is dominated by the warmth of a slowly plucked 12 String Guitar with minimal keyboard swirls in the […]

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Orpheus – “Crystal Dreamscapes” Review

“Crystal Dreamscapes” is a project undertaken mainly by an artist named “Orpheus” who takes us on a completely no holds barred New Age trip. The entire CD is full of swirly padded synths and twinkling sparkling effects and is dedicated to giving new visions of themes from Commodore 64 games. “Liquid Crystal” opens up with […]

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Wendy Rule & Craig Patterson – “Beneath the Below Is A River” Review

Wendy Rule is usually a beautifully dark folk lady but in teamming up with Craig Patterson, the duo have created a swirling ambience of etheral fragility with “Beneath the Below Is A River”. Opener “The Way to the Wild” uses a simply melody clocking in and out while layers of whispy vocals caress the speakers […]

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