Archive for the ‘New Age’ Category

Steve Lawson – Grace and Gratitude

By • Apr 18th, 2009

Steve Lawson is a “New-Age Post-Rock Ambient-Jazz Solo-Bassist”, that’s what it says on his website. I found him though the looping work he does.  You really need to hear this guy’s stuff., head over to www.myspace.com/solobassstevelawson and listen to “Grace and Gratitude”. It is just beautiful. The space that surrounds the notes, the notes that […]



Namasté – Various Artists – Saturday Samples

By • Feb 9th, 2008

It’s funny how easily it is for me to get sidetracked. As a for instance, I was checking out an Iranian artist to bring to you today and instead he will be held over till next week. Why? You may well ask. Put yourself in my shoes and imagine hearing a piece of music that […]



Saturday Samples – Ancient Brotherhood

By • Nov 17th, 2007

Artist: Ancient Brotherhood Website: www.silverlakemusic.com/art/abrotherhood.html Album Name: The Magic And Beauty Of Sedona Playback: mp3 Samples Download?: Yes Ancient Brotherhood is a collaboration between founder Gerald Markoe the composer and Navajo flutist A. Brent Chase. Electronica meets New Age flute somewhere in the new millennium. The music is an interesting blend of old and new […]



Angels of Venice

By • Nov 3rd, 2007

Artist: Angels of Venice Website: www.angelsofvenice.com and www.myspace.com/harpistcaroltatum Track Name: Tears of the World Playback: flash Download?: No This was going to be a Saturday Samples except the MySpace site features a generous seven full tracks as well as the samples on the Angel’s site – so with that on with the review of Carol […]



Reg Keating

By • Sep 17th, 2007

Artist: Reg Keating Website: www.regkeating.com Track Name: Old Oak Tree Playback: mp3/flash Download?: No Reg Keating is the unlikely name for an Irish writer of celtic based new age music. Reg already had a series of children’s books based on retellings of Irish legends when, in his forties he started to learn to play the […]