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Music Review: Kirtan: Yoga for the Heart

Music Review: Kirtan: Yoga for the Heart by Ryan Brewer
(Ryan Brewer)
Artist, musician, and teacher Ryan Brewer’s debut album transcends genres and generates a universal love that is felt from the […]

By |March 29th, 2015|Music|0 Comments

Dreaming in Sanskrit Music Review

Music Review: Dreaming in Sanskrit
by Marti Nikko and DJ Drez (Black Swan Records)
The first time I heard Marti Nikko sing, I was in savasana; Micheline Berry was teaching, DJ Drez (Nikko’s […]

By |February 23rd, 2015|Music|0 Comments

Universal Light Remixes (From The Unchanging), Donna De Lory

Universal Light Remixes (From The Unchanging), Donna De Lory CD Review
De Lory Music

Donna De Lory is a strong presence in both the pop and world music scenes; her initial career […]

By |February 15th, 2015|Music|0 Comments

CD Review: Doorways to the Infinite

Doorways to the Infinite

By Sally Kempton

Sounds True

Since the advent of the Internet, spiritual information is prolifically available. Discerning fools-gold from precious alloy takes a level of clarity only honed by […]

By |October 15th, 2014|Music|0 Comments

Tabla Mantra by Daniel Paul featuring Gina Sala and The Kirtan All-Stars

Tabla Mantra Music

 

Tabla Mantra welcomes the listener to a sublime dream world of sound and intricate rhythms woven together through the heart. This album is unique with its base in […]

By |September 11th, 2013|Music|0 Comments

Yoga Moods 2

compiled by Beth Shaw

Sequoia Records

If you have been looking for something to freshen up your yoga playlist, or something to turn on when you want to unwind at home, the […]

By |July 17th, 2013|Music|1 Comment

Heart of the Universe

Heart of the Universe

Snatam Kaur and Peter Kater

When I first learned about the Snatam Kaur and Peter Kater release, Heart of the Universe, I couldn’t wait to listen. For years, […]

By |July 17th, 2013|Music|0 Comments

Luminaries freshman album: “One”

In the 70s, the Z-boys made Venice Beach famous for its quintessential lifestyle with skating and surfing. Now the hip-hop band Luminaries has increased the spotlight on the Westside as […]

By |February 15th, 2012|Music|0 Comments

“Awakened Earth” by Mirabai Ceiba

When it comes to super easy listening from the Kundalini world of devotional music, it doesn’t get much easier than Awakened Earth. Violins, flute, and harp give this newest release […]

By |December 22nd, 2011|Music|0 Comments

Hindi Zahra “Handmade”

From the moment I hit play on Hindi Zahra’s new album Handmade I was transported to other lands. Although Hindi is a Franco-Moroccan singer, her music and production occasionally have […]

By |December 22nd, 2011|Music|0 Comments