From the first few notes in the air, like those barely visible trails of refined incense smoke held aloft by some unseen hand, I am hooked.” —Scott Schwenk, Find Bliss Magazine
Breathing Space is an offering of exquisite instrumental flute pieces designed with the intention to enhance peace and deep introspection. The perfect soundtrack for yoga, meditation, massage and relaxation.
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A very sly take on this sort of sacred music, this duo gets you looking inward in ways you never would have thought about.” —Midwest Record
Popular in their native Australia, Sacred Earth travel the world playing music with the intent to connect people to their own inner peace and knowing. On this journey the duo seek to empower the listener by providing a sacred space where they can deeply connect to their own heart and cultivate a deeper respect for themselves and our beautiful Mother Earth. Sacred Earth create sublime music ideal for yoga, meditation or any healing practice.
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After copping a Grammy for his third record Echoes of Love, Omar is back with a full-on sonic assault to make sure he does it again. Not exactly pop, he does turn it up a notch loading the new age deck with pop and jazz smarts, keeping it buoyant, upbeat and winkingly sassy.” —Chris Spector, Midwest Record
After celebrating his 2012 Grammy-winning Echoes of Love, Omar softens the mood to serenade us with the romantic melodies of Daytime Dreamer. Featuring six brand new tracks and five previously released selections, the familiar splashes of Omar's signature world textures (oud, duduk, violin and guitar) weave back and forth in a sublime dance with his exquisite piano compositions.
Koch takes you to a world full of peace and magic, where the melodies and sounds are part of the context that creates the magnificent compositions.” —reviewsnewage.com
Each track conjures an idyllic day, a dreamy journey through nature, as though Monet’s pastels have come to life. Concerns float away while basking in this gorgeous hour of Koch’s signature music. Describing his recording process for Day of Life, Koch said, “Flooded with good memories, I became more in the composing of it.” You can become more in the listening.
[There] is something refreshing and utterly unique that makes this disc into one of the best we’ve reviewed in the last 12 months.” —NeuFuture Magazine
Through heart and hands a British guitarist interprets his American travels.
“Occasionally it's good to give oneself up to a particular landscape in your experience, to wonder upon it, to dwell upon it and to listen to the people who made their mark on it. It isn't simply the sublime thrill of moving through magnificent plains, mountain ranges, valleys and cities. It could be the sigh of the wind through juniper trees, or the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset, or the smell of an old wooden church on a quiet street. Distinctive music often defines cultures that have emerged from such a landscape, and so drawing on folk, gospel and jazz influences, these songs are reflections and dreams from my journey.” —Mike Howe