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Clear, perfect notes of the flute put you on notice that once again, Deuter has created some blissful, intriguing and transformative music. The introduction is mellow, peaceful, yet slightly up-beat and is an enticing combination of the six musical elements he has selected to create this latest work.

Phantoms Featured

Recently released, this eclectic jazz mix album ‘Phantoms’ from sax player Jeremy Trezona, brings a refreshing feel to the jazz genre. Soon to be available in vinyl, it was considered the correct medium for the music as it was recorded live and mixed on an analogue desk which, Trezona believes,…
Having moved to L.A .from Perth, Western Australia in order to study at University of Southern California (USC),I completed my Master’s degree and have  gone on to record my first album in ‘Phantoms’, something I have wanted to be able to do for some time.
Each of the pieces on this latest album from Dan Chadburn have been written in tribute of, or respect for some of the many people who have touched and inspired him on his life journey, from his professor and mentor Dr Calvin Knapp to right through to his long-time companion…

Europa Featured

In his introductory paragraph Ron Korb makes a statement in regard to the album, “Enjoy this album as you would a feast”; in those few words he succinctly sums up the wondrous treasures that are in store as you gracefully move from piece to piece in this tribute, not just…
Gentle and soft, this fourth album from Holland Phillips takes you to the world of daydreams with an almost subtle touch. Imagine if you will, a peaceful place where you feel you can relax and in doing so, allow the mind to float, to garner and to waft across the…
Ron Korb has a deep and intrinsic love of Asia which is reflected in each of the pieces created and presented in such a delicate and timeless manner. Each piece reaches out softly to touch the listener with the mysterious, joyful and intermingling sounds which has and always will be…
Pure sound washes over you with the opening bars of this wonderful new release by the talented Kerani, with her latest work created in homage to feminine energy: to the women of history who have made a difference; to the women who are such an integral component of everyday life.
Light and airy, spacious and intriguing are words which are just begging to describe this wonderful healing and joyous collection of music from David Franklin. Each of the eighteen tracks that make up Playing with Shadows is unique and individual, written to gently offer a different perspective on life, living…
Timothy Wenzel is at it again, creating alchemy from notes of music, ideas of the mind, the love of the wind, the earth and the storm, melding all these aspects together to bring together joy, love and relaxation in timeless harmony.

Firelight Featured

As always with their music Bruce Hecksel and Julie Patchouli, Terra Guitarra,  have created a wonderful blend of upbeat, easy to listen to and delightfully uncomplicated pieces which lift the heart, warms the soul and brings a great sense of peace and freedom.
Opening with a marvellously light, pulsing piece in L’Italiana you find your hips swinging and your feet tapping immediately: then the accordion joins in to give that something extra that takes you straight into the streets of any place in Italy you choose to be; a place where you can…
Starting out with an tremendously upbeat track in Brazil, you immediately think of flamboyance and party time but equally as quickly move into a time and place one can only call reflective and melodic, slow and gentle, which, over Gronau’s past few albums has been becoming more and more apparent.
It doesn’t matter what interpretation you choose to place on this music, chill-out, balearic groove, or ‘into-everything’ as the promo material would have it, Mark Barrott has created something special; something that captures the essence that is the Balearic Islands group in all its moods. From the relaxing yet up…
Emerging out of the piano notes comes a gently enticing, sensually haunting note of a trumpet played softly to coerce the listener into coming in that little bit closer, to ease into the moment created by a gentle touch on the keys. And that is just the beginning of this…
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