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I'll Be WIth You

I'll Be With You by Eamonn Karran

I have always been a big fan of Karran’s style of composition. Way back in 2012 I came across Awaken, and now some six years later that amazing progression is highlighted with this release of his latest album I’ll Be With You.
Karran has created something deeply special here in a myriad of ways. There is a beautiful reflective quality in many of the tracks, like the opener “The River” and then “Guiding Light,” and he installs a level of tension in the title track “I’ll Be With You” that is both addictive and exciting.


She by Peter Kater

There is a powerful resurgence going on within the field of what can loosely be called the New Age music industry, and it’s artists like Grammy award winner Peter Kater who are leading the way.
Kater utilizes the vocal talents of Peia Luzzi to emphasize just what it is to be at the top of the trees in this modern era of contemporary music, starting with the perfect building composition in “She Awakens In the Garden,” with lush natural sounds and layered with supreme musical textures in a pastiche of tender musical beauty.


Eternal by Kevin Wood

It’s been a while in the making, but judging by the content, it’s been well worth it. Years may come and go, but at the end of the day it is always going to be the quality that will shine through and with Eternal by Kevin Wood, that most assuredly is the case.

Filled with Light

Filled with Light by Bernward Koch

Bernward Koch is one of those classic New Age musicians you can’t help but like, and he’s produced some of the most peace filled and tranquil opuses you would ever wish to hear. My personal journey with Koch started in 2005 with the release of Walking through Clouds, and year in and year out he has never failed to impress me with his mellow and serene compositions.


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.


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