Medwyn Goodall – Medicine Woman 5 out now

Medwyn Goodall has just released Medicine Woman 5 - Transformation. The album is available on Medwyn's homepage here. It … [Read More. New Age Music]


Transcend with Time – When Emotions Fade

Transcend with Time's album When Emotions Fade (2013) is a proof that staying true to your artistic integrity will make … [Read More. New Age Music]


Synth Review – Dune 2 from Synapse Audio

For artists: Dune 2 is the name of Synapse-Audio's new flagship synth. In this review I will look at this synth's … [Read More. New Age Music]


The Biggest New Age Music Collection Ever (seriously)

In New Age music there's no shortage of collections for relaxation, yoga, reiki and meditation. But even in this myriad … [Read More. New Age Music]


New Age Music Played Backwards

Everyone knows the joke; Q: What do you get when you play New Age music backwards? A: New Age Music. But is it really … [Read More. New Age Music]


TV-interview with David Lanz & Kristin Amarie

Click to see a TV-interview with David Lanz & Kristin Amarie by Fox Rochester. Here they talk a bit about … [Read More. New Age Music]

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The Amazing Music of the Spheres

Everything moves so fast today. This is nothing new of course, we still only have 24 hrs a day and what’s hot today is gone tomorrow. It is just the … [Read More...]


Kitaro’s New Album Out Now

Kitaro's new album Symphony Live in Istanbul will be released in Japan today. The album is also available as a 24-bit/96khz high-resolution digital … [Read More...]


Yanni’s Music Evolves

Now here's a fascinating article: webpage Daily Record has an in-depth post called Yanni's music evolves with the times. As previously reported, Yanni … [Read More...]


David Lanz & Kristin Amarie – Christmas release

Christmas may be a long time away, but it is not too early to start working on the playlist for the coming holiday season! On November 15th, David … [Read More...]


Yanni – Man of Mystery

Click to see ABC New's interview with Yanni, where he talks about dating, music and his private family. You can see the video by clicking the above … [Read More...]


Transcend with Time – When Emotions Fade

Transcend with Time's album When Emotions Fade (2013) is a proof that staying true to your artistic integrity will make you a better artist. It is an … [Read More...]


The Story Behind Sadeness Part I video

It is always exciting when new information becomes available about how true classics in the world art was made. So was also the case back in 2011 when … [Read More...]


The Healing Muse by Ron Clearfield

Cellist and keyboardist Ron Clearfield is ready with a new album, The Healing Muse, released on EverSound Music. The album has already beenacclaimed … [Read More...]


Can New Age Music Survive Its Stigma?

The question in the title might seem relevant today, but it was asked 20 years ago in Elisabeth Le Guin's article in New York Times. Her article is a … [Read More...]


Yanni on Sports Illustrated

On Friday's Sports Illustrated Now, Yanni discusses the inspiration behind his music and the theme song he composed for the US Open In Celebration of … [Read More...]

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New Age Music Millionaires

BJORN'S BLOG: How much money is in today's New Age music business? I have had the pleasure of talking with a music … [Read More... New Age Music]


Gossip-Worthy Artists – And The Rest

Bjorn's Blog: What makes an artist interesting? The reason I'm asking is because that we today have access to so much … [Read More... New Age Music]

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New Album by Curtis Macdonald

One of the top performers in New Age music, Curtis Macdonald, is ready with a new album called Los Angeles. Los Angeles is quite different from … [Read More...]


Paul Horn Obituary in The Times

An obituary for Paul Horn has been published in The Times. It goes like this: Paul Horn little knew when he made an experimental flute recording in … [Read More...]


Kevin Kern – Always Near

On September 16th a collection of Kevin Kern's most romantic ballads, entitled Always Near, will be released. Here is a description of the … [Read More...]


Silentaria – Sabine review

Sabine is a single from Silentaria, a music project by Rixa White. Sabine is named after a character in Romain Rolland’s masterful 10 volume novel … [Read More...]


Yanni and New Age Music

In an interview with Lee Hawkins of the Wall Street Journal, Yanni says that he doesn't know what the New Age music term means. Here is the … [Read More...]


Breath of Life – A Sacred Earth Collection out today

Sacred Earth's new collection, Breath of Life, is now out. It is released on Real Music. Inspired by experiences of inner harmony, Sacred Earth … [Read More...]


Australis – Adrift out now

Australis' new album is called Adrift, and it has been released today. In connection with the album, the band's webpage has been redesigned … [Read More...]


Terry Oldfield – Sweet Awakenings released

Another important album is being released today: Terry Oldfield's new release, Sweet Awakenings, is now ready for dowload. The album was initially … [Read More...]


Bhakti – Upcoming album by Paul Avgerinos

Bhakti is the name of Paul Avgerinos' upcoming album. It will be released on 16th September 2014. This album is perhaps the most joyful and … [Read More...]


Kitaro Symphony Live In Istanbul pre-order

Kitaro's Symphony Live In Istanbul will be released on August 29th, but if you preorder now you can get the CD with Kitaro's signature. The offer is … [Read More...]


Yanni at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre

Click to read webpage's review of Yanni's recent concert at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, Toronto. Agah Bahari writes: In Toronto, … [Read More...]


The Music of Nitish Kulkarni

Click to sample the music of Nitish Kulkarni, Eversound's young talent. His upcoming album Synesthetic is being produced by John Adorney. Nitish is 20 … [Read More...]


Mars Lasar – In-Flight Relax Review

  The summer is not quite over yet, so music for travel is always welcome. I am often amazed of how songs I have heard before sound different … [Read More...]


Ken Elkinson – Music for Commuting Review

It is interesting to see how the CD-format, which gives the artist up to 80 minutes to fill, still holds a firm grip on the music business – even in … [Read More...]

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Yoed Nir – The Next Dream Review

Cellist Yoed Nir's The Next Dream is a complex and quite dark album. Yet it is impossible not to be amazed by its foreboding beauty. Nir is master … [Read More...]


Jillian Aversa – Atlantis Awakening Review

There's no doubt that Jillian Aversa is one of the most popular new artists in our genre. Jillian's vocal combined with Andrew Aversa's synth … [Read More...]


Deep Forest – Deep India Review

Last year Deep Forest released the album Deep India. It is the second album in the Deep series, where Deep Brasil was the first release. Deep India … [Read More...]


Stephen Peppos – Still Review

Some albums are like great novels; If you let them, they can take your mind on a pleasant and interesting journey - far from the troubles of the … [Read More...]


Mythos – Journey Review

Mythos' album Journey (2013) is, as the title implies, a voyage in sound. From modern electronic sounds to classically-inspired tracks, this is indeed … [Read More...]


Deva Premal and Miten – Mantras for Life Review

Deva Premal and Miten's new album Mantras for Life is a collection of - yes, you guessed right - mantras. The selection is great, and they are … [Read More...]


Peaceful Hearts – Terry Oldfield and Soraya Review

If I only were to listen to one New Age music album this year, Peaceful Hearts by Terry Oldfield and Soraya would be my choice. It is one of the most … [Read More...]


David Arkenstone – Starlight Inception Review

Game music is rarely meant simply for listening. Much like film scores, it is background music made for a given context and often has little value for … [Read More...]


Diane Arkenstone: Following the Equator

Diane Arkenstone's Following the Equator (2005) is without a doubt one of the finest New Age music albums released over the last 10-20 years. Its … [Read More...]


Wychazel – The Healing Light of Isis review

Ancient Egypt is one of my favorite themes for a New Age music album. There's much about its mythology and the magic of pyramids that fit very well … [Read More...]


John Adorney – The Wonder Well Review

It is easy to compare John Adorney's music with a magical well; it can be like a source for refreshment, relaxation and positive emotions. So when I … [Read More...]


Transmission by Doucet and Buehner

According to one definition art is “the creation of beautiful or significant things”. A New Age music album that is both beautiful and significant is … [Read More...]


Asher Quinn – State of Grace review

We don't have many artists like Asher Quinn in out genre. His great vocal and religious inspired music make him stand out. State of Grace is a … [Read More...]


Chinmaya Dunster – Meditation Ragas review

Chinmaya Dunster's new album is a collection of meditative songs with focus on the senses. Here there are songs for sight, hearing, taste and more. … [Read More...]


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