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Nebula

Nebula by the Haiku Project

There are many words of color and description that could be used to describe the utter brilliance of Henrik Hytteballe’s (aka: The Haiku Project) compositions. I was last entranced by his work on the album Glimpses, and here, on Nebula, he does so again. On this latest release, Hytteballe employs the ethereal vocals of Sarah Grabow, and in doing so manifests into our reality one of the finest new age albums of the year. We can be amazed by the tones and energy of the title track “Nebula,” and then be left speechless by the sheer beauty of “Breeze.” The subtleness of production and performance here is incredible. Nebula is one of those very rare albums that you never want to end. Each and every track is so very carefully crafted to bring us, the eager listener, the very best that can be offered, as with the upbeat and empowering “Earth,” or the blissful ambience of “Rain.” There is a certain lush sense of beauty within this latest release, one that you can simply float on, like the delicacy of the track “Water,” or the smooth and sensual nature of “5th Element.” If you’re thinking about making Nebula part of your musical collection, don’t think, just do it, your musical heart will love you forever. This is an album that will be as addictive as your next sunrise.
 
 

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