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Real Music Corporate LogoVisionary new age music for nourishing and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit

Waves of Life

Waves of Life by Ashaneen

California-based Real Music continues exploring the worldwide, generation spanning phenomenon of instrumental New Age electronic music with the 2015 CD release of Waves of Life by the artist known as Ashaneen. Ashaneen is actually the stage name of Polish composer Piotr Janeczek. Waves of Life features eleven tracks of instrumental New Age magic that clocks in at just under sixty four minutes.

Namaste Healing

Namaste Healing by Various Artists

The 2014 CD release on Real Music of Namasté Healing presents a cross section of classic New Age instrumental music. Ten different Real Music artists have a track a piece on the CD and the results are a seamless blend of timeless healing music, perfect for finding sonic tranquility in a frantic world. The CD features ten classic Real Music tracks that spans 1998 to 2014.


A CD certain to gain acclaim among fans of instrumental New Age music as well meditation / ambient / soundtrack albums is the 2014 Real Music CD release of Flow by the Danish artist known as Haiku. Essentially the creation of Danish electronic music synthesist Henrik Hytteballe, Flow is a masterpiece of transcendental synthesized sounds.

Day of Life

Day of Life by Bernward Koch

The premier New Age music record label in the world today, Real Music continues releasing music masterpieces on CD. Advocates for sonic works of art as opposed to mere music, Real Music has another winner on their hands with the Autumn 2013 release of Day Of Life from Bernward Koch. Drawing on the essence of classical inspired European romanticism, the 13 track, 61 minute CD features Bernward’s piano and synth keyboards merging together for a dreamlike, relaxing hour of music.

Daytime Dreamer

Daytime Dreamer by Omar Akram

One of the reasons New Age music took off so big over the past 30 years has been in part due to the unrelenting pace at which we all live nowadays. For music lovers, artists and music business people who can remember back to the dawn of the digital age, at the start of 1984, the CD brought the recorded sound of New Age instrumental music to a higher level, especially noticeable with the rise of Windham Hill Records in the early to mid 1980s.

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