Peter Kater’s highly-anticipated release captures the most important aspects of the best new age music – soothing, relaxing, healing, melodic, illuminating and consciousness-expanding.
Discover a sublime tapestry of ancient Indian mantra, kirtan and raga with lush, ambient textures and soulful rhythms on this latest release from Sheela Bringi.
Deuter’s music has always been inspired by Nature, and this album is dedicated to healing: each track has been given the name of a medicinal plant that has helped humanity for millennia.
The Gyuto Monks are joined by Australia’s finest sacred music duo, Kim Cunio and Heather Lee, weaving the sonorous chant of the Gyuto monastery with traditional and newly composed music from Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
This album is one of Deuter’s masterpieces. Each track leads to the next in a crescendo of musical landscape that brings a sense of blissful serenity.
Manish Vyas uses the magic of Bansuri, enchanting and hypnotic vocals, Indian harp, tanpura, Buddhist bells, devotional mantras and prayers, softly and beautifully combine to give a sense of overall peace and well being.
Hans Christian’s Nanda Devi is intended to create a space of serenity, room to breathe in, an expanded perspective on life that might allow us to relax for a moment.
A musical offering of Naren’s soulful voice. This Sangita Yoga is a compilation of sublime Indian texts and sacred mantra, together with his original raga-based compositions.
This collection of music unites the unique qualities of each renowned artist and their ability to share states of meditation through sound vibrations. Music and silence, body and spirit reach a harmonious equilibrium.
Deuter takes the listener on a serene, mystical voyage through a variety of peaceful soundscapes with a relaxed and soothing pace through his sublime release Koyasan.
This masterpiece from Deuter is composed and performed with a wonderful sensitivity to let the spirit of reiki unfold itself.
This music from Deuter is an effort to bring this silence into existence, where the music becomes a reflection of something bigger.