Instrumental

Art Patience – The Recognition

Having life-long experience playing the harmonica, Arizona-based musician John Herrera (Art Patience) originally hails from a background in blues music. His debut album released on Heart Dance Records, titled “The Recognition”, not only offers something quite different from anything he’s recorded before, it’s also one of the most uniquely enchanting recordings I’ve heard in recent memory.… Read more

Mars Lasar – Tahoe Spirit (Musical trip to Lake Tahoe in California)

Filled with the atmosphere of a mysterious and beautiful place on the planet – Lake Tahoe in California (on the site of the settlement of the ancient tribe of North American Indians Vasho), this album will greatly enhance any music library.… Read more

Pacific Moon – Tone

This collection is made up of compositions by different performers, but they are united by one style and manner of performance. It can not be said that this is a collection of purely traditional music, nor can it be said that this is solid electronics.… 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

Anugama — Tantra

Tantra methods have been used since the earliest times to achieve the transformation of sexual energy and love energy through meditation. This music can help more consciously get in touch with this tremendous power. The first part of the album stimulates and excites, while the second part gives an opportunity to experience the female aspect.… Read more

Bernward Koch — Gentle Spirit

This album is a vivid example of how Koch managed to find that golden mean in a combination of piano (solo instrument) and flutes with keyboards, percussions, guitar and gently ringing bells. Music justifies its name – light, light-filled, soft and gentle – it resembles the way our soul sings when we wake up in the summer sun in the arms of the sun, when in the spring we rejoice in the drop-ringing outside the window, when our dream comes true, when a native man laughs – this is an amazing feeling of joy and love for everything.… Read more