MUSIC: INLAKESH

ARTIST: INLAKESH

Inlakesh was creates in 1990 through the talent of Tanya Gerard and Rob Thomas.

Their neweat album, Medicine Work, combines the didgeridoo talent of Rob Thomas and shamanic trance drummer Byron Metcalf.

The word Inlakesh is Mayan and roughly translates to ‘we are one’ or ‘you are my other self/I am another of yourself’. It is used as a greeting and an acknowledgment of anothers higher self.

Discography:
Quantum Dreaming ’95
Didjeridoo Meditations ’95
The Dreaming Gate ’97
The Gathering ’99
Entering Dreamtime ’01
Medicine Work ’13

www.inlakesh.com

MUSIC: EPHEMERAL MISTS

BAND: EPHEMERAL MISTS
GENRE: Downtempo Electronically / World Music

Ephemeral Mists is composer Berry Branning who is known for The Synthetic Dream Foundation, a music collaboration of Goth, EBM, and Industrial styles of music.

Ephemeral Mists music is described as Downtempo Electronically and World Fusion, blending contempory electronics and ancient musical traditions and instruments of the Middle East.

Studying music since the age of four Berry has a masterful knowledge of ethnomusicology and has a bachelors degree in music composition.

Based out of Florida Brett also is involved in other projects besides SDF and Ephemeral Mist including DJ Puppeteer and Abandoned Toys.

Influences range from Delerium, Conjure One, Enya, Steve Roach, Dead Can Dance and more.

Discography:
Moon Ritual ’09 (Mythical Records)
Illusions Blooming Softly ’12 (Mythical Records)
Odyssey of Rapture vol. 1 compilation (Mythical Records)
The Missing Element compilation (Altar Records)
Ethnoscapes compilation (Atmospheric Records)

http://www.ephemeralmists.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/ephemeralmists
http://www.facebook.com/ephemeralmists

CD Review: Dean Evenson – “Relaxation Zone” 2012 (Soundings of the Planet)


GENRE: NEW AGE/AMBIENT
New Age musician and composer Dean Evenson takes his relaxation music in new directions in his newest release, Relaxation Zone. For this newest endevour Evnson puts down his flute, which has been a staple of his sound for well over 30 years and composes piano and keys for this album that still resonates with ambient healing and relaxing melodies. Music from start to finish, 64min run time with ten tracks, is very soothing, ambient, and lives up to the name of the CD, music that brings you to that stillness within, that relaxation zone where you find peace and love.
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