Welcome to our weekly RSS feed friendly round up of this week's daily music recommendations, just in case you are reducing screen time or don't want to ride the dictatorial algorithmic rollercoasters on social media.
ML Wah - Heavenly Host (Flower Room)
More healing frequencies and cosmic realm probing from Flower Room as they release the meditative, East & West uniting, Kosmische & subtly dub caressed drones & improvised spiritual explorations of ML Wah into a world searching & desperately in need of meaning.
Deep Nalstrom - Naive melodies (Natural Selections)
Have a hazy weekend with this sonic spirit guide to your inner self and hitherto unchartered cosmic realms as Deep Nalstrom fuses all manner of seemingly ayahuasca inspired psychedelic tribal tropery into a mellow, mind expanding, musical meander for the excellent Natural Selections.
Thomas William HIll - Grains of Space (Village Green)
Nudging classical music into more accessible & 21st century relevant forms, Nottingham's one man orchestra Thomas William Hill, has crafted a wonderfully moving, global instrument uniting, viola da gamba looped & rooted, modern compositional electronic fusion of the highest order for Village Green Recordings
Mourning [A] BLKstar - Reckoning (Don Giovanni)
I love it when an LP comes along & singlehandedly reignites my interest in a genre that had slipped down my listening priorities. Well Ohio's Mourning [A] BLKstar have just brought out my inner soul boy by capturing the pain, power, heart & social messages of 60's & 70's soul music & the blues that came before it & reshaping it for our new troubled times and beyond via Don Giovanni Records. Wow.
M. Geddes Gengras - I Am The Last of That Green and Warm-Hued World (Hausu Mountain)
An epic slice of slowly building, immersive, deep space ambient from M. Geddes Gengras for Hausu Mountain. Starting off in easy orbit the engines slowly engage layer upon layer of free noise, electronic interference & percussive sounds that slowly build to a dramatic finale before a final prolactin aided sonic embrace induces a calm & contended sleep.
Steve Moore - Beloved Exile (Temporary Residence)
Sooth the Monday blues as Steve Moore masterfully fuses new age of New Age vibes with the beguiling voice of Tunisia's Emel Mathlouthi, the enchanting harp of Mary Lattimore and his own blend of vintage synthesized cinematic serenity for Temporary Residence.
Hipnotic Earth - Suspended in Silence (WhitelabRecs.)
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