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Santa Clara
by
Cartas de Japón


AKali Raga
by
Bryon Metcalf & Mark Seelig

If All Will Be Lost
by
Maps and Diagrams


An Abandoned Day
by
Amongst Myselves

 

AV's Spotlight Review

An Abandoned Day by Amongst Myselves

It’s always a pleasure to welcome a new release from Australian ambient artist Steve Roberts, aka Amongst Myselves. Steve’s new album became available on December 1st and, as usual, is something that I think you will enjoy. An Abandoned Day was created between 2020 and 2023 and has as its theme endings. As you might suspect with an overall topic such as that, the music you will find here is contemplative and filled with the emotions of separations or the natural closings of chapters in our lives, whether those endings come through death or through the changes that inevitably arise for all of us as we move through the linear time that makes up our existence.

Although the themes behind the music are sometimes difficult to contemplate, this music seems to capture the concepts quite nicely. It gives us some room in our minds and hearts to think about the endings we face as individuals and collectively the possible endings we might meet as humans given our current unfortunate direction we are heading in relationship to our planet. There is an encouraging element to this music if someone is willing to look into themselves, be aware of their lifecycle, and understand the finite nature of who and what we are. It will allow us to make the best of our time and be the kind of human beings that we long to be.

Click here for the rest of the review


Tom Eaton


TWeathering

Releasing 8/4/2023

 

 

AV's CD Focus Interview

Weathering AV talks with Tom Eaton

Tom Eaton is a Grammy® award-nominated American musician, producer, and mastering engineer. using vintage and modern synthesizers, guitars, fretted and fretless basses, myriad sonic sculpting devices, field recordings, and his signature piano, Tom composes what ambient music guide calls “lush, shadowed, emotional music that’s rich in harmonies and oceanic layers and…so deliciously slow.”

Since 1993 Tom has been producing, engineering, mastering, and playing on albums for others, and since 2009 he has been collaborating with Will Ackerman (Grammy® winning guitarist, producer, and founder of Windham Hill Records), making albums for some of the best musicians working in the modern instrumental and new age genres. Tom and Will produced and toured with the award-winning ensemble FLOW (featuring Will, Lawrence Blatt, Fiona Joy Hawkins, and Jeff Oster), playing Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall multiple times, the grammy museum in la, and the jazz museum in New Orleans, among many other venues.

Tom lives in rural New Hampshire with his wife, two cats, and a rotating cast of nearly grown children. his studio, Sounds & Substance, is a two-story converted barn containing a mastering studio on the first floor and Tom’s composing space on the second floor, filled with instruments and natural light. he draws inspiration from the woods and pastures just outside his door and the nearby Atlantic coast.  

Click here to read Tom Eaton's interview about Weathering


Other AV's CD Focus Features available on Ambient Visions

The Lost Seasons of Amorphia AV Talks with Forrest Fang
Standing in Motion AV Talks with Holland Phillips

In Awe AV Talks to John Gregorius

Emerald Waters AV talks with Hollan Holmes

LAPIZ AV talks with Pete Kelly

How It Happened AV talks with Tom Eaton

AV Talks to Fiona Joy about Into the Mist

AV Talks to Bob Holroyd about Blueprint

AV Talks to Paul Ellis about Moth in Flames

AV Talks to Tom Green about A Good Place to Be

AV talks to Robin Spielberg  about Another Time, Another Place

AV talks to Erik Wollo about Timelines

AV talks to Doug Hammer about Travels

AV talks to Paul Ellis about From Out of the Vast Comes Nearness

AV talks to Jon Anderson about Survival & other Stories

AV talks to Paul Avgerinos about Law of Attraction

AV talks to Scott August about Lost Canyons

AV talks to Jim Cole about Innertones

AV talks to David Helpling and Jon Jenkins about Treasure

AV talks to Ryan Farish about From the Sky

AV talks to Jeff Pearce about Lingering Light
AV talks to Kit Wakins about World Fiction


 

AV's Upcoming, New and Notable Releases



Cup
by AETOPUS

Ever So
by David Lindsay

The Morphic Cycle
by Michael Brückner



The Oort Cloud Meditations
by Forrest Fang


Reflection Spaces Vol. 2
by Brian Fechino


Mystic
by Andrea Bacci



Afterthoughts
by Gary Schmidt
ic


Acoustic Oasis
by Shambhu


Balance
by anthéne



Pulsatille
by Martin Nonstat
ic


Into the Quiet
by Deborah Martin & Jill Haley


Subtracted Soundscapes
by Johan Agebjörn


Tractatus Lyra-Organismusby
Lyonel Bauchet

Color the Mind by
Paul Ellis

Football Chants &
Nursery Rhymes
by Bob Holroyd


Hyperaurea: Echoes of Antarica
by theAdelaidean

Paeans by
Aarktica

To the Wind by
Fiona Joy Hawkins &
Rebecca Daniel


Sverre Knut Johansen

 


METAHUMAN
by Sverre Knut Johansen

AV's Quick Interview

METAHUMAN AV's Quick Interview With Sverre Knut Johansen

Sverre Knut Johansen was born in 1960 and is from Mo i Rana, Norway.

Sverre’s first electronic album in 1994 and was produced by Erik Wøllo on the Norwegian label Origo Sound. In 1999, he released The Source of Energy, followed by Planets in 2012. Sverre began distributing his music in 2013 on his own Origin Music label for download and streaming. METAHUMAN is his sixth album for Spotted Peccary Music.

The music of Sverre has always had rich content and strong melodic elements that have become his trademark. Symphonic electronic music dominated the first releases but his more recent releases vary widely in style, as Sverre makes music that is both lyrical and rhythmic and often with elements of classical and electronic ambient music genres.

Sverre is inspired by Norwegian artists Hvìtur Hestur and Different Directions from the electronic jazz world. Sverre’s releases Nightshift and Elements of Light were inspired by the work of Steve Roach.

Click here for this quick Interview with Sverre Knut Johansen


Other Quick Interviews on Ambient Visions

Legacy AV's Quick Interview with Stefan Strand aka Between Interval
A World Bathed in Sunlight  AV's Quick Interview with Matthew Stewart

Imbue AV's Quick Interview With Androcell aka Tyler Smith


Jeff Pearce

AV's Q&A

Infinite Ambient: AV talks with Jeff Pearce

Called “an avatar of ambient guitar” by Echoes radio host John Diliberto, and “one of the top two electronic guitarists of all time” by the AllMusic guide, Jeff Pearce has quietly and consistently pioneered his ethereal style of ambient guitar since his first CD release in 1993. Jeff’s music can be heard on radio programs around the world, and on the SiriusXM Spa channel. 

Jeff’s music has been featured and reviewed in magazines such as Guitar Player, Downbeat, and Billboard. In 2017, Jeff’s 13th album, “From the Darker Seasons”, reached #6 on the Billboard Magazine New Age sales chart, and in 2019, his 14th album, “Skies and Stars”, reached the #2 position on the same chart. 

When he’s not making music and creating new Experiences for this site, Jeff enjoys carving new trails through his woods, searching for the perfect chai latte, and being an almost acceptable human lounge chair for his cat. 

Unlike music created by random music generators, the heart of these Infinite Ambient Listening Experiences are sections of music created by a real human (that would be me, Jeff Pearce). The creation of these sections of music requires extra care, making sure that each section can drift gently into the next section. Then the focus is on creating enough of these sections to where a genuine musical experience can happen. 

Thanks to specialized random number generators, the chances of you having the same Infinite Ambient Listening Experience more than once is somewhere around zero percent.   

I wanted to find out more about these Infinite Ambient Experiences to share with the readers of Ambient Visions so over a period of a few days Jeff and I went back and forth via e-mail talking about how Infinite Ambient came about and what goes into making it work. I'm sure you will find this to be a fascinating interview about what is musically possible in the age of technology. ---Editor 

Click here to read Je
ff's interview about Infinite Ambient

Other AV's Q&A Features available on Ambient Visions

AV talks with Howard Givens about Spotted Peccary Records
AV Talks to Renée Blanche about Night Tides

AV talks to Bill Fox about Galactic Travels

AV talks to John Koch-Northrup about Relaxed Machinery

AV talks to Chuck van Zyl about Star's End

AV talks to George Cruickshank of Ultima Thule

AV talks to Ben Fleury-Steiner of Gears of Sand

AV talks to Forest of Waveform Records

AV talks to Lloyd Barde of Backroads Music


An Abandoned Day
by
Amongst Myselves

 

AV's Spotlight Review

An Abandoned Day by Amongst Myselves

It’s always a pleasure to welcome a new release from Australian ambient artist Steve Roberts, aka Amongst Myselves. Steve’s new album became available on December 1st and, as usual, is something that I think you will enjoy. An Abandoned Day was created between 2020 and 2023 and has as its theme endings. As you might suspect with an overall topic such as that, the music you will find here is contemplative and filled with the emotions of separations or the natural closings of chapters in our lives, whether those endings come through death or through the changes that inevitably arise for all of us as we move through the linear time that makes up our existence.

Although the themes behind the music are sometimes difficult to contemplate, this music seems to capture the concepts quite nicely. It gives us some room in our minds and hearts to think about the endings we face as individuals and collectively the possible endings we might meet as humans given our current unfortunate direction we are heading in relationship to our planet. There is an encouraging element to this music if someone is willing to look into themselves, be aware of their lifecycle, and understand the finite nature of who and what we are. It will allow us to make the best of our time and be the kind of human beings that we long to be.

Click here for the rest of the review


Peter Phippen


 

Into the Ancient

 

 

AV's Artist Interview Page

Into the Ancient:  AV talks to Peter Phippen

Peter Phippen is a Grammy Award Nominee, International Acoustic Music Awards Nominee, One World Music Awards Nominee, multiple Native American Music Awards Nominee and a 2021 Native American Style Flute Awards Lifetime Achievement Awards Recipient. 

Phippen is a performing and recording artist specializing in traditional flutes from around the world. Over the past three decades Phippen has researched the history and performance technique of flutes both ancient and modern. 

In his approach to world flute performance, he is an experiential, natural folk musician with a penchant for creative and artistic musical improvisation. Phippen offers a captivating collage of sound images, covering the folklore and history of flutes from around the world and throughout time. Phippen performs an enchanting mix of the very old and very new in music. He has shared the stage with R. Carlos Nakai, Coyote Oldman, Xavier Quijas Yxayotl, and many more.  

As a recording artist, Phippen has recorded for Curb Records, Canyon Records, and Promotion Music Records. Phippen's flute playing has also appeared on Lifescapes, Sounds True, and Heart Dance Records.

To read AV's interview with Peter Phippen click here


Other Artist Interviews on Ambient Visions

How To Breathe Like a Stone:  AV talks to Anne Chris Bakker & Andrew Heath
The Front Porch of Heaven: AV Talks to Kevin Keller

Red Sky Prairie: AV talks to Sharon Fendrich

The Synergy Series: AV talks to Clifford White

Reach: AV talks to Jeff Oster

When the Sea Lets Go: AV talks to Vin Downes

Shifting Sands: AV Talks to Lynn Tredeau

Breathe: AV talks to Carl Borden

Kreuzblut Michael Brückner talks to Mathias Grassow

Indesterren AV talks to Tom Eaton

What We Left Behind Michael Brückner talks to Robert Rich

Music for a Busy Head Vol. 1 AV talks to Matt Coldrick

Chakra Balance AV talks to David and Steve Gordon

Heading West AV talks to Mike Howe

The Great Hoop AV talks with Steve Brand
Cosmic Diva AV talks to Stephanie Sante

Primitives AV talks to Remy Stroomer and Michel van Osenbruggen aka Synth.nl

Subliminal Pulse AV talks to Bruno Sanfilippo

Miles Tones Av talks to Jame Kirsch aka General Fuzz

In Search of Silence AV talks to David Wright

Beachcombing AV Talks to Bob Holroyd

The Mountain Lake AV Talks to Johan Agebjorn

Jewel in the Sun AV Talks to Diane Arkenstone

A Quiet Light AV talks to Meg Bowles

Fragments AV talks to Steve Roberts aka Amongst Myselves

A Day Within Days AV talks to Michael Allison aka Darshan Ambient

Frequency Response AV talks to Matthew McDonough aka MjDawn


Steve Swartz


 

Desert Meditations
by
Swartz et

 

AV's Artist Interview Page

Desert Meditations:  AV talks to Swartz et aka Steve Swartz

AV:  Tell me about what music has meant to you in your life and how it morphed from something you listened to into something that you actively worked with as a musician.

SS:  Music has been a constant in my life. It was pretty clear to my parents from a very young age that I was going to be musical. While I was in the womb, my parents would be somewhere and music would come on and I would start moving. Not exactly the most comfortable situation for my mom. I was always fascinated by how music made me feel. My obsession grew as I got older. Once I started learning how to play instruments, I became more and more interested in exploring sound for myself. I felt connected to the music that I loved. It was all very electric for me. I wanted to make music that made people feel all the things I felt when I listened to music.   

To read the rest of AV's interview with Steve Swartz click here


Other Artist Interviews on Ambient Visions

How To Breathe Like a Stone:  AV talks to Anne Chris Bakker & Andrew Heath
The Front Porch of Heaven: AV Talks to Kevin Keller

Red Sky Prairie: AV talks to Sharon Fendrich

The Synergy Series: AV talks to Clifford White

Reach: AV talks to Jeff Oster

When the Sea Lets Go: AV talks to Vin Downes

Shifting Sands: AV Talks to Lynn Tredeau

Breathe: AV talks to Carl Borden

Kreuzblut Michael Brückner talks to Mathias Grassow

Indesterren AV talks to Tom Eaton

What We Left Behind Michael Brückner talks to Robert Rich

Music for a Busy Head Vol. 1 AV talks to Matt Coldrick

Chakra Balance AV talks to David and Steve Gordon

Heading West AV talks to Mike Howe

The Great Hoop AV talks with Steve Brand
Cosmic Diva AV talks to Stephanie Sante

Primitives AV talks to Remy Stroomer and Michel van Osenbruggen aka Synth.nl

Subliminal Pulse AV talks to Bruno Sanfilippo

Miles Tones Av talks to Jame Kirsch aka General Fuzz

In Search of Silence AV talks to David Wright

Beachcombing AV Talks to Bob Holroyd

The Mountain Lake AV Talks to Johan Agebjorn

Jewel in the Sun AV Talks to Diane Arkenstone

A Quiet Light AV talks to Meg Bowles

Fragments AV talks to Steve Roberts aka Amongst Myselves

A Day Within Days AV talks to Michael Allison aka Darshan Ambient

Frequency Response AV talks to Matthew McDonough aka MjDawn


Desert Meditations
by
Swartz et

 

AV's Spotlight Review

Desert Meditations by Swartz et

If you aren’t already familiar with Swartz et’s (aka Steve Swartz) musical work then I think it is about time to introduce him to you. Steve’s latest album is due to hit Bandcamp and the streaming sites on April 8, 2022 and after listening to it several times since downloading a review copy, I have to say I’m sure you will enjoy what Steve has created for you.

The title Desert Meditations really captures the essence of what this album is all about. The music is contemplative and peaceful as Steve creates a sonically rich soundscape that gently washes over the listener and transports you to a place where your spirit is able to open up to your inner realms. Desert Meditations consists of 10 tracks beginning with an appropriately titled track called Department of the Interior. The title seems like a sign post to what lies ahead as you journey within yourself during the course of this album.

The album was recorded in various places throughout southeastern Utah and it’s obvious upon listening that the music has absorbed a fair amount of desert energy simply by it coming into existence surrounded by the open spaces and the isolation of the desert.  The introspective nature of the music is a direct reflection of the effect of the desert on Steve as he composed and created the music found on his latest project.

Click here for the rest of the review


As Dusk Becomes Night
by Rudy Adrian

 


Rudy Adrian

As Dusk Becomes Night, Rudy Adrian‘s 17th full length studio album, offers a serene and personal exploration of sounds and atmospheres that slowly transition from evening into twilight and on through the night. Whether it is the strolling through a park with trees silhouetting a star-speckled sky, looking down to a desolate moonlit beach, or observing the twinkling lights of a city from above, the delicately shifting synthesizer overtones and calming organic textures simulate the moment of the astronomical twilight in the artist’s native New Zealand homeland.

Subtlety, nuance, and ineffable moments can be skillfully expressed at the hands of such an accomplished electronic music artist, and Rudy Adrian’s mastery of ambient electronic soundscapes is in top form as the album’s eleven stunning tracks are rich with the deep and mysterious tranquility for which he is so well known. Moving through the magical moods of evening, As Dusk Becomes Night reveals an ear-opening sonic wonderland where shifting hues and deep fading light are magically transformed into awe-inspiring moments of introspection; a wondrous gloaming that eventually gives way to deep heavenly nightscapes.

 


Quiet Music
by Steve Roach

 

Projekt Press Release

Steve Roach: Quiet Music (35th Anniversary Remastered 3-Hour Collection) (3CD/Digital) Available from Projekt, the Projekt European Webstore, Projekt's Bandcamp store, High Resolution at Spotted Peccary Music.

Steve Roach is a leading American pioneer in the evolution of ambient/electronic music, helping shape it into what it is today. Grammy nominated in 2018 and 2019 consecutively, his career spans four decades and nearly 150 releases. Drawing from a vast, unique and deeply personal authenticity, his albums are fueled by the momentum of a lifetime dedicated to the soundcurrent. 

The meditative, ambient minimalism of Steve Roach’s classic 1983-86 Quiet Music series is rereleased in its entirety with a meticulously remastered 35th anniversary edition. The luscious quality and subtle tonal beauty reveal the essence-of-tone of the multi-track master. Originally published on cassette and later in a truncated 2CD edition, Projekt now presents this landmark album as Roach envisioned it. 

Created in respect for silence, Quiet Music originates from the same era as Roach’s classic 1984 release Structures From Silence. This series finds the gentle electronics of synthesizers mixing with flute, electric piano and natural sounds flowing like breath, enveloping the listener in a sustained, delicate, translucent atmosphere. 

Harold Budd, Los Angeles, 1986: “I think Steve Roach’s Quiet Music is his best album. It’s not that it’s simply pretty (which it is), but there’s an odd edge lurking in the background that moves it miles away from ‘New Age’ torpor. This is a lovely album from a composer working at the top of his skills.” 

Today, these pieces stand as a cornerstone in body-work, yoga, and healing therapies. 

The soothing, introspective nature of Quiet Music flows at a time-suspending pace, gently evolving and using space to expand and explore the essence of silence. The space between the notes and the breathing quality brings the listener to a deeper awareness of the present moment. 

A timeless masterpiece.

Visit the Projekt page


Abracadabra
by Milana Zilnik

 

AV's Spotlight Review

Abracadabra by Milana Zilnik AV Spotlight CD Review

The cool breezes have already started to blow in the northeastern U.S. and the leaves are starting to let go their grip on the limbs they have clung to since the spring and slowly drift to the ground in ever increasing numbers. As we enter October, we know that come the 31st is a holiday that many of us look forward to every year but this year there’s another reason to look forward to October 31st and that’s the release of Abracadabra by Milana Zilnik. As you might remember we reviewedMilana’s last album called Notte here on AV back in May of 2019. We are pleased to see that she will soon be releasing another an enchanting album and what more appropriate time to release an album called Abracadabra than on Halloween 2020.

About a year and half ago Milana bought a Hang drum and started to work with it to get a feel for how it would fit into the overall flow of her musical compositions. At first Milana was going to do a whole album based around the Hang drum but at a suggestion of her husband they decided instead to build the new compositions around the Hang drum, Milana’s piano playing, vocals and a cello and thus was Abracadabra born.  I must say that the combination of these particular instruments creates a unique sound palette that shifts and swirls around you as the compositions beckon you to let go of your mundane surroundings for the remainder of the album and find the magic within yourself.

Click here for the rest of the review


Aeon V
by Solaris

 

AV's Spotlight Review

Solaris by Aeon V review by Richard Gürtler

Highly sympathetic Californian label Synphaera Records, run by Chris Bryant and Don Tyler, quickly became an important voice on the map of ambient and electronic related genres with several top-notch sonic and visual gems resonating since 2015. Solaris "Aeon V" CDr, packaged in a 4-panel digipak and released in a limited edition of 150 copies during March 2017, is no exception. The project features Serbian soundsculptor Strahinja Maletic, one half of Fourth Dimension, and above mentioned Don Tyler, who is together with Chris Bryant the force behind Ascendant project. Sten Backman of Great Big Container gets credit for transporting cover image while Don Tyler is responsible for the mastering wizardry at his IO Mastering Studio.

Gossamery tinkles announce 7-plus minutes long "Ritual" and shift it into contemplatively embracing sceneries, where mesmerizingly invading monochromatic drones amalgamate with balmily organic serenities and quietly paced traceries. A very strong introduction of Solaris' soundworlds!!! Nearly 6-minute "Levitation" unfolds suitably to its title, but soon it metamorphoses into intangibly sequenced terrains, pervaded by enchanting cinematic glimpses. "Inward" masterfully bridges gracefully sinuous vistas with illuminating traces. "Waiting" maintains its evocative scenario, yet again juxtaposed by anodynely marching patterns. "Roundabout", at 5 minutes the shortest piece on the album, glides towards intensely engulfing horizons, exquisitely nuanced and meticulously permeated by intriguingly nebulous solitudes. Pure aural elixir!!! Shimmering introspections with mysteriously flatlined meridians riding atop and persistently glittering scenic motifs carve truly magnificent imageries, "Intrinsic" is obviously another exceptional composition, bravo Strahinja & Don!!!

Click here for the rest of the review


Renee' Blanche

Renée Blanche

AV's Charts

Night Tides Playlist

We just wanted to make sure that the readers of AV were aware of the radio shows like Renee Blanche's Night Tides that feature ambient and new age music each and every Sunday night. There are so many choices out there to listen to music that it might be tempting to skip shows like Night Tides or Star's End or Galactic Travels or Hearts of Space in favor of just pulling up a playlist on Spotify and listening to it instead. Renee and Bill and Chuck and Stephen have been spotlighting great ambient/new age music on their programs for many, many years now and I think listeners would be doing themselves a disservice by not taking advantage of all of that musical programming skills to help you on your journey of discovery into the vast catalog of ambient, new age and electronic music both past and present.  

So perhaps you weren't aware of these programs or of the music that they play but AV is here to help. We are going to start featuring a radio show on the front page with links to the charts on AV's Charts page so you can get a feel for what is being played on these radio shows. You can then follow the links under each chart to learn more about the program, what time it's on and even links that will allow you to stream it live right there on your computer. It doesn't get more convenient than that. To kick off these reminders we'll start with Night Tides which airs on Sunday nights just in time to decompress you before heading off to work on Monday morning. There is a small sample of the playlist just below and for the complete playlist just follow the link and begin your musical explorations. A lot of us grew up in an era when radio was our main music discovery venue. These programmers are simply carrying on a proud tradition of helping listeners such as yourself find the music that you didn't even know you were looking for. Enjoy!

Click here to check out Night Tides Playlist



AV Goes to NYC
and reviews the
FLOW concert

 

AV's Concert Review

An Introvert Journeys to New York City and Goes With the FLOW

As you may or may not know I tend to be a very introverted person who is connected to a broad musical world via my Ambient Visions website and rarely do I venture out into the really real world other than at a very mundane level as I head off to work or to do a variety of equally unspectacular chores that make up my daily life. On occasion though I am tempted to step out of my ordinary introverted life and to step into that wider world which makes introverts like me quiver in their boots and on an even rarer occasion I act on those temptations and dive into that real world.  October 6 was one of those days where the benefit of venturing out overwhelmed my reservations and sent me off to the big city to discover the joys of live music.

What, you might ask, would tempt an introvert such as myself out of his seclusion and pull him to the big city? I’m glad you asked. I wanted to go with the FLOW. I know that doesn’t sound like a compelling reason and what the heck does it even mean anyway. The FLOW in this case is a new ensemble group that was celebrating the release of their first album simply entitled FLOW by performing as a group at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City which is a celebrated musical mecca of the performing arts in the United States. The motivating factor here was the composition of the group and the nature of the guest artists who would be performing with them on that Friday night in New York City.

Click here for the rest of the review


Threshold Point
by Erik Wøllo

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ambient Visions CD Reviews

07/01/2018 New Review featuring Story of Ghosts by Fiona Joy
05/20/2018
New Review featuring Forsaken by Alphaxone & Dronny Darko
05/06/2018
New Review featuring Threshold Point by Erik Wøllo
04/28/2018
New Review featuring Eternal by Kevin Wood
04/22/2018
New Review featuring Nocturnes II by Max Corbacho
11/26/2017
New Review featuring The Radiant Sea by Bridge to Imla
10/29/2017
New Review featuring Eclipse by Frore & Shane Morris
10/26/2017
New Review featuring Nebula by The Haiku Project
10/25/2017
New Review featuring Deep Space Blue by Jim Ottaway
08/27/2017
New Review featuring Flow by FLOW
08/25/2017
New Review featuring Trans-Neptunian Objects by ASC
08-24-2017
New Review featuring Stardust by Alphaxone & ProtoU
08-21-2017
New Review featuring Albion by Juta Takahashi
08-13-2017
New Review featuring Ovum by Chronotope Project
08-12-2017
New Review featuring A Sea Without Memory by David Helpling
04-22-2017
New Review featuring Breathe by Carl Borden

Sounds to
Listen For

Ochre
by
Frore & Shane Morris

 

Between the Stars
by  Ann Licater

 

Cloudfields
by Richard Stonefield

 

Songs of Silence
by Vince Clarke

 

Secret and Mystery II
by Various Artists


So She Howls
by Carla Patullo
Grammy Nominated 2024

 

Colours
by
Astropilot

 

Twilight
by Christian Wittman

 



Phased Returns
by Exit Chamber
 

One Day Soon
(Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
by Take Me There

 



Memory Islands
by Ellie Wilson

 


Works for Solo Piano
by Michelle Schumann
composed
by Eric Chapelle

 

Echoes From Infinity
by Thinking Fish

 

Ethereal
by Spacecraft

 

Infinite
by Morton Jones

 

Five Bliss Machines on the Infinte Stage
by Paul Ellis

Whispers From Earth
by Ann Licater

Perennial Source
by Aglaia

 


Cosmic Dust
by Phillip Wilkerson

 


Peripherie
by rand

 


Man Down
by Shepherd Stevenson

 

Somewhere In-Between
by Jim Ottaway
S

 

A Connection to
the Wonder
by Max Corbacho

 

Personal Myths
by Steve Brand

 

Discovery of Meaning
by Craig Padilla

 

A Place to Remember
by Thom Brennan

 

Scenery for
Blissful Oblivion
by Echosonica

 

Valengraph
by Richard Bone

 

Forever Cascades
by Forrest Fang

 

Dark Measures
by Philip Wilkerson & Chris Russell

 

Daylighting
by Passepartout Duo

 

Diptych
by Growing

 

Slow Motion
by Thierry David

 

Refraction
by Richard Bone

 

How To Breathe
Like a Stone
by Andrew Heath &
Anne Chris Bakker

 

As It Is
by Steve Roach

 

Jökel
by Erik Levander

 

Existence
by unknowndivide