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Friday, February 20th, 2009
11:03 pm
Ephemeral Mists "Moon Ritual"

Ephemeral Mists is a new musical project by composer Brett Branning (also the composer for The synthetic dream foundation & Abandoned Toys). "Moon Ritual" is the debut cd, out now on Mythical records.

The sound of the project is best described as downtempo ambient new age music mixed with ethnic world musics in the vein of "Karma" era Delerium, Amethystium, and Dead Can Dance. Its really a an incredibly beautiful creation and I sincerely recommend it to anyone into newage music styles. I'm looking forward to further releases by this project.
Wednesday, January 7th, 2009
12:57 pm
new member new song! :D
Hi all! :) I'm new to this community but i wanted to share a new song i made the other day. it's called "It's All Fine" and to the best of my ability i've deemed it new age? it's kind of enya-like... i'm posting via a flash widget so you can just press the button near 'It's all fine' and listen away! :) best of thoughts! :D x-posted
Saturday, November 15th, 2008
3:27 pm
Mythical records

Mythical records, is now taking pre-orders for their new compilation "Odyssey of Rapture" vol. 1. The album includes newage and neo-classical compositions by Abandoned Toys, Library Tapes, The synthetic dream foundation, Hannah Fury, Samantha Bouquin, Ephemeral mists, and many more great composers/artists. The official release date is Dec. 10th 2008. The full track list includes:

1. David Reyes "The magic woods"
2. Library Tapes "The rivers turned to cobblestone"
3. Abandoned Toys "An expanding tremble"
4. Ephemeral Mists "A pale slumber"
5. Phanatos "Voyage (quest for the shores of aphrodite)"
6. Aranis "Vala"
7. The new pollutants "Kidnap theme"
8. Hana (Jeff Greinke & Anisa Romero) "Hide"
9. Michel Avannier "La rencontre"
10. The synthetic dream foundation w/ Hannah Fury "Trapeze"
11. MePhI "Crystal night"
12. Aonua "Spirit of the deep"
13. Fiona Joy Hawkins "Contemplating"
14. Samantha Bouquin "Tale for a sunken moon"
15. Scythelence "Transparent eyelids"
16. Enigma de Ultratumba "To my unrest"
17. Samanta Ray & Pete Ardron "Interuterion 3"
Wednesday, March 12th, 2008
3:15 pm

Abandoned Toys makes some of the most beautiful new age music that I have come across lately. If you like the genre, you should really look into their album, "The witch's garden".

Abandoned toys
Sunday, July 1st, 2007
2:53 pm
Abandoned toys - mystical music

Abandoned Toys has a new beautiful album of new age music that is absolutely gorgeous. You should really consider picking it up, if you like new age music.

Friday, March 23rd, 2007
8:52 pm
Hector Mukomol, Nikolay Oorzhak The Unexplored World CD (2006)

style (ambient/new age)

Hector Mukomol, 
 Nikolay Oorzhak
The Unexplored World.
Journey of Consciousness   
Audio CD, 2006 
Bog Da Nova Muzyka Productions (Ukraine)

"Music of this album presents a unique combination of electronic sounds and live throat singing. Special guest of project – hereditary Tuvan shaman and master of Khoomei throat/overtone singing Nikolay Oorzhak, one of the bests virtuoso in the world. Open a new universe of sounds. Perhaps this music will became your guide in the wondering journey by far and unexplored worlds".

Music is usually a guide – in various places – and a purposeful guide. But high-quality ambient, as to me, does not send a listener in any concrete direction. It, as a bullet, grows harmoniously, broadens in all directions at once – and, in fact, that is what happens to the audience. The crooked becomes smooth, cavities are filled in, slits grow over – this music helps a person to become integral. Healthy. Light. What is needed is the desire and readiness to work, because hurrying is impossible here. And, since you are already here – maybe, you should try...



Гектор Мукомол Николай Ооржак

Monday, March 5th, 2007
11:47 pm

What do you think about this kind of New Age music, made in Belarus???
Listen - http://aura.by

How fo you find it?:)

Wednesday, December 27th, 2006
10:57 am

Hello EveryOne , 

I thought of opening a new Journal for yanni fans , This  is just for Yanni Icons ,
Here i am going to past some yanni Icons i made it my self and i hope that you people like it ..

The beginings are all for yanni then starts with his Favourite Musicians ,Also my favourite musicians 

[ You Can Find More In My LiveJournal ]



Tuesday, November 29th, 2005
11:28 am
Who are your favorite New Age artists of all time, and (for people that haven't heard of them) what do they sound like?
Tuesday, October 11th, 2005
6:10 pm
Hello :)
I'm new to this community and I actually found it by mistake which is funny. Anywho, I was wondering if any of you know of any really good Máire Brennan albums. The only one I have is Whisper to the Wild Water and I absolutely love it! Also, if anyone has any other amazing New Age artists like Máire, feel free to comment and let me know. I'm always looking for more music to listen to. Oh and also if any of you like instrumental stuff, Amethystium is GREAT! They sorta have an Enigma-feel. I'd suggest getting the song "Hymnody" if you're interested. It's so beautiful!

Saturday, April 30th, 2005
6:51 pm
My name is Jules.
Big time fan of ethereal, new age and the like.
I have 2 cds out of my music------> see my profile page.
35 yr old NY'er.

Posting to see if anyone would like to do some cdr mixtrades.
I am jonesing for Loreena Mc kennitt...I just have some old cassettes...I have a ton to trade...Shiela Chandra, Chandeen, Andreas Vollenweider, , OP, celtic, LOTR, Ataraxia, stuff acquired at Renaissance faires...if int in trade...


Current Mood: calm
Thursday, March 10th, 2005
11:11 am
Elijah Bossenbroek
Hello all, I just put out my own new age CD you can listen to some sound clips of it on my web site. www.elijahbossenbroek.com
Friday, March 4th, 2005
3:12 pm
New Member!
This community striked my interest since I am an advid fan of New Age music thanks to the "Pure Moods" Album.

Artists: Favorite Albums:

David Arkenstone "Atlantis"
Diane Arkenstone "Aquaria"
Clannad "Magical Ring"
Craig Chaquico "Acoustic Planet"
Delerium "Semantic Spaces"
Enigma "The Screen Behind the Mirror"
Enya I love them all,but her"Self-titled" album started it all.
Llewellyn "Moonlore"
Mythos "Mythos"
Pure Moods "Pure Moods"
Secret Garden "Self titled"
2002 "Chrysalis" The album that helped me discover them.

I do have a few questions that I hope someone here can answer.

One is: Do anyone know of any good New Age Music Distributors? I have tried Hastings and their distributor has given me nothing but hassle after hassle since Hastings do not stock New Age music regularly (I guess due to popularity). There's 3 more Diane Arkenstone albums out there, but Hastings refuses to cooperate and so far it seems, I have to go to her website just to order them....

I would prefer an Off-line Distributor, but would consider an online Distributor if that is the only option.

The second one is: I have seen some New Age music released as singles. Does buying that particular form worth paying for, than the full album?

Lastly..does buying the import version of a particular album worthy? I have seen some new age music released overseas (like in the U.K) with tracks different than the U.S release.

I look foward to enjoying whatever this community brings :)

Current Mood: accomplished
Saturday, February 5th, 2005
7:42 pm
Just joined!
Hi everyone! I just joined this community! ^0^ I LOVE anything new age-ish, and I thought I need some recommendation...XD
Today I just bought new cd, Lesiem Auracle! I didn't try it out yet, but I'm sure it's really good. However, my favorite artists are,
Magna canta
Sarah Brightman

I'm looking for some more artist who's like era or Lesiem...Any recommandation? thank you so much and have a sweet evening everyone! ^-^

Current Mood: content
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2004
7:52 pm
Hi everyone, new here. I've been into New Age music since I was about 10.
My favorite bands/groups/singers:

Dead Can Dance
Friday, August 13th, 2004
4:40 am
Vangelis and more...
Hi, all. I'm relatively new to Live Journal and I just came across this spot this very moment.

I am not *exclusively* attached to new age music but I do enjoy a fair amount of it. I guess I kind of like anything that has a synthesizey kind of sound to it. So maybe more a blending of new age and techno type of stuff.

My ultimate favorite is Vangelis. Came across him as a young teen on a trip to Colorado with my parents. My dad, a die hard classical fan, surprised me by putting on this CD that put me in such a wonderful trance that when we got back I had to borrow it a dozen or more times to play in the den and dance around to. I think the first CD of his that I bought on my own was Direct and it's still my favorite. Since that time I have accrued quite a collection of his music.
I don't listen to it, now, as much as I used to. Maybe because I've pretty much worn them all out and don't have anything new, but I still have a warm place in my heart for all of it.
I think, after Direct, my favorite is all the stuff he did with Jon Anderson. Which, of course, led me, at some point to become a fan of Yes, and, by extention, the 70s band I think sounds most like it, Supertramp.

Any other Vangelis fans out there?

On a side note, this isn't probably strictly classified as new age (or as any kind of anything, in point of fact) but a couple of years ago (around the time of the 02 winter olympics) I kept seeing this commercial for Nike that had this unbelievably beautiful music playing on it. Instrumental synth piano that just flowed and flowed and flowed. I went on a mad search for who had done it, but, sadly, discovered that it was composed by someone employed by the company and there was nothing more for me to hear.
So the subject died...
Until, about a year later, there was another commercial (this is a theme with me) for Lexus, this time and it reminded me of something...of that Nike commercial. So I went back online to ask around about who did THAT one and this time came up with a name--Jonathin Elias. A pretty remarkable man, actually. I am just assuming that he composed both pieces, as they sound almost identical.
But it seems he has worked with a lot of different bands and done small bits for various soundtracks. He has even done a whole CD called Prayer Cycle that had guest vocals by Alanis Morrissett. Sadly, it doesn't sound anything like the commercials.

And thus, the subject *really* dies. Except that I got industrious one day and put a portable tape recorder up to the tv and recorded both commercials back to back on a tape that now lives in my car. To sooth and guide me on my journey through life. Its pretty neat, it's gotten me through some very frustrating mornings/evenings in the car.

Anyone heard of him? I doubt it, but I thought I'd check for any kindred spirits anyway. I wish hed put out another CD that sounds like the commercials.

Current Mood: calm
Friday, July 23rd, 2004
9:39 pm
I signed up for this community because I thought it would give me a chance to find more great music. My favourites are:

Loreena McKennitt (favourite: Dante's Prayer)
Sarah Brightman (favourite: Only an Ocean Away)
Yanni (favourite: In the Morning Light)
Miriam Stockley (favourites:Perfect Day and Song of the Seahorse)
and a number of movie scores

I hope to see lots of activity in this community!

~Bailey T.

(you may have noticed that I spell favourite strangely if you're from America or somewhere that spells it differently - that's because I live in Canada. favorite is favourite, color is colour, and a money check is cheque. So I'm not a loon or anything, just Canadian. :D)

Current Mood: complacent
Tuesday, May 18th, 2004
4:32 pm
Hi! I'm new to this community! I'm a ballet dancer and I LOVE new age music! I saw this community and just had to tell you all about sheila chandra's latest and in my opinion greatest achievement. She recently began working with a choreographer named Rob Davidson and began composing music to a piece based off of a hindu legend titled "The Jewel of the Lotus" Rob Davidson choreographs ballet pieces for my ballet company to premiere and later publishes them. I was very proud to be a part of this piece. The music was AMAZING! Dancing the role of the "jewel" in the Pas De Deux (male and female duet) was awesome! According to Rob, Sheila Chandra is supposed to put this piece onto her next album. Check it out if she does. I'm REALLY hoping she will! It's amazing!
Wednesday, May 12th, 2004
11:07 pm
anyone else here heard of Rob Dougan...i'm not so sure if it falls under new age. i'm not good with genres...but it's really really nice. if you do check him out..the song to look for is Furious Angels.

just thought i would mention..i'm into enya, sinead o'conner, delerium, enigma, afrocelts, etc.


any other afrocelt fans out there?

Current Mood: indifferent
Sunday, January 4th, 2004
1:56 am
if you like woven check out my new community, woven_music.

Current Mood: cold
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