Instrumental music

Wayne Jones – Lifescapes: Yoga

The music on this album in the Lifescapes series is recorded in the best traditions of such famous New Age composers as Deuter, Kamal and Anugama. The album impresses with its calmness, grandeur and beauty. It is ideal for practicing yoga and meditation. Very nice, you can even say a great album Wayne Jones, released in the series Lifescapes. Amazing enchanting melodies of the flute, mysterious mystical atmosphere of another reality.… Read more

Brian Culbertson – Dreams

In the gentle lull of sleep, we re often enraptured in a vivid sequence of thoughts, images, and sensations. A lifelike realm where radiant colors, sounds, and illusions intersect, creating the most vibrant experience. This spring, prolific R&B/Jazz musician Brian Culbertson invites you to close your eyes, open your ears, and fall deep into a lush world of musical fantasy with his breathtaking thirteenth album Dreams. … Read more

Martian – Flying in Love

Overall this album has no lyrics and has a very relaxing atmosphere. The piano and rhythmic beat is a little overplayed, and in my honest opinion a few too many of its rehashes were made in this album. That being said, however, certain tracks here were stunning masterpieces of composed synthetic music, using a variety of synthetic instruments to create never before heard sounds that trigger deep emotions when heard. The fact that there are no lyrics means that emotions are universal, absolutely amazing album!… Read more

A.J. Asiain – Un Viaje Hacia La Calma Y Las Emociones

A very gentle album from the series Musica Para Sumergirse Dentro (Music for immersion) from the Spanish composer with the stammering name of Antonio Jesus. Synthesized from the lingering atmospheric backgrounds, the sounds of a flute and a harp soothing album. In some places it is animating, sometimes soporific. Good work for relaxation and meditation.… Read more