Album Review of Gaia by Jon Richards


Gaia is the seventh album by Jon Richards and follow-up to his fantastic Earthlight album – both and others having been released on Medwyn Goodall’s UK-based record label, MG Music. Noted for his brand of electronic fantasy and nature themed music, Jon explores further musical ground with Gaia, interweaving styles of cinematic electronic, ambient and space music with added subtle touches of rock throughout its seven compositions, of which span just over an hour.

 

 

2017 Cloudcast Shows

 

Listen to all of our programs from 2017!

 

Happy New Year! Plus new affiliate broadcast & site launch

 

With 2017 soon wrapping up, here at JOURNEYSCAPES we look forward to bringing you more great music in 2018 in the form of our weekly one-hour broadcasts and 24/7 streaming station.

 

As some of you may have noticed, we've just revamped our website design and will continue making some minor tweaks and adjustments throughout the pages in the upcoming weeks. In addition, we're especially excited to announce the launch of a brand new weekly, one-hour radio broadcast and accompanying blog called AURAL AWAKENINGS.

 

 

New Release from eRa


eRa has released a new album on Decca Records entitled The 7th Sword. A musical project spearheaded by the French composer Eric Lévi, eRa blends Latin chants, Medieval-style phonetic choirs, English-sung lyrics and some world vocals with contemporary electronic and pop-rock arrangements. Their self-titled debut release in 1997 spawned a major hit on French radio called “Ameno”, propelling the accompanying album and subsequent releases to international success.




The Top 25 Albums of 2017


 

New Release from Tangerine Dream

 

"Kscope are extremely proud to be the home of the new studio album from Tangerine Dream, entitled Quantum Gate, released to coincide with and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the band. Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic and progressive music since their formation in West Berlin, 1967. Inspiring genres, musicians and other art forms, from The Future Sound of London to Porcupine Tree, the widely popular TV show Stranger Things (for which their music also featured in) to seminal video game Grand Theft Auto V (for which they helped to write the soundtrack). " ~Kscope Music

 

 

Album Review of Urban Metta, Vol. 2 by Anaamaly

 

Urban Metta, Vol. 2 is the anticipated second installment in the Urban Metta series by electronic music composer, Phil Strickland, who records under the project name of Anaamaly. Comprised of eleven compositions spanning nearly 70 minutes, this album, like its predecessor, was conceived with the intent of inducing blissful states of relaxation, and is likewise well-suited for massage, mediation and yoga practices. Stylistically part ambient and part “new age”, each composition is titled after a positive affirmation that all begin with “I”. Although on its surface this notion may strike some listeners as being a bit too typically “woo-woo”, Phil’s extensive background in the chill-out, downtempo and instrumental hip-hop genres effectively help to keep these compositions firmly anchored in compositional depth and delightfully free of excessive syrup. Filled with churning textures, humming chords and organic/environmental samples throughout, the compositions mostly adhere to similar sound patterns, with each possessing individual nuanced attributes.

 

 

Playlists for December 2017

 

December 2017 Playlists for our weekly one-hour themed broadcasts.

 

New Release from Mark Dwane

 

Electronic music veteran Mark Dwane has released a fantastic new album of beautifully melodic, cinematic sci-fi soundscapes called Cerebral Hemispheres. Available in multiple high-quality digital download formats. CD format is available as a limited edition of 1000 copies. Be sure to check it out!

 

 

New Release from Frore & Shane Morris

"Long ago, before science explained the mechanics of the heavens, primitive cultures looked to the skies for insight and enlightenment. Predicting events, measuring time, provoking awe and terror, the observation of the celestial sphere was of utmost importance, and through those mystic ages the shock of an unexpected eclipse would become a beacon in time, impacting people’s lives, religions, and cultures for generations. This meaningful phenomenon is the inspiration for ECLIPSE, the second collaboration of tribal-ambient soundscapes from ethno-electronic recording artists Frore & Shane Morris." ~Spotted Peccary Music

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