In 2014, Danish synthesist / composer Henrik Hytteballe released Flow, under the name The Haiku Project. Henrik’s music as The Haiku Project is dark and filled with despair as it’s only through reaching the bottom that we can begin the long journey back to the top again.
Teo new videos by Ireneusz Cyranek for “Glimpses” and “Small Plants” from the album Glimpses by The Haiku Project.
“The most important piece on the album is arguably the title track and here Hytteballe rises to the occasion with a deep searching composition that acts almost like a musical beacon in the night, ‘Glimpses.’” — oneworldmusic.co.uk
Unlike with iTunes and other download sites, we now offer Liquid Mind with full-length, non-split tracks. Listen to Liquid Mind the way it was designed … tracks that flow without interruption.
“Light of Dawning” is the first track from the new album by Sayama, Yoga Meditations. “Light of Dawning,” is beyond beautiful, much like the entire album, and it creates such marvelous imagery for the mind to wander within.” —oneworldmusic.co.uk
Congratulations to Paul Avgerinos on his 2015 Grammy® win! His album Grace won in the Best New Age Album category. More information.
“I remember many years past being told about Liquid Mind and the magic at the hands of a certain Chuck Wild. Now I sit here listening to his latest release full in the knowledge that Wild, as they say, has still got it! Liquid Mind XI: Deep Sleep is an album that will aid you to do just that, it floats majestically around you like a peaceful cloud of great calm.” —One World Music
Great News! Three Real Music releases are up for the 2015 One World Music Radio awards. In the Acoustic Instrumental category, Chris Haugen’s Falling Water Shimmering Strings, and in the Piano with Instrumentation category, Bernward Koch’s Remembering, and Eamonn Karran’s Forgotten Road. Congratulations to everyone!
“Gulfoss” a “vast soundscape of musical bliss” says OneWorldMusic. Sit back and listen to this music for perfect for relaxation and contemplation.
Every year Michael Debbage of Mainly Piano picks 20 favorite albums for the year. We are delighted that two Real Music releases for 2015 made the list this year. At number ten, Eamonn Karran’s Forgotten Road and at number nineteen Momentum by Frank Steiner, Jr. Congratulations to both artists!
“Chris Haugen has created something here that I can further describe as almost timeless; the opening piece is a fine example of this almost meditative slice of ambience called ‘Nautilus,’ the perfect contemplative starting point of a truly excellent release.” —One World Music
Featuring Chris Haugen on slide guitar and Mark Deli Antoni on ambient sounds.