World Music

Orbis Mundi – Adia

Orbis Mundi – Adia escapes from the stylised, national illustration, listening to the massive loudspeakers of the large cars that contain middle-aged micro-chambers, trying to impress their dog’s surroundings, but it does not convince you of its authenticity. He basically lacks this thing that stays when everything else collapses. And this is the quintessence of art.… Read more

Bahramji & Mashti – Sufiyan

Electronic creation with elements of oriental music and vocals of Bahramji itself (Bahram Pourmand) will appeal to all lovers of mysterious music in the style of enigmatics. Soft rhythms, mysterious voice, Sufi wisdom and love. … Read more

Existence – Mantras of the World (Margot Reisinger)

This album explores this essence of Mantra and prayer on a journey through the world. Om Mani Padme Hum (Buddhism), Gayatri Mantra (Hinduism), Sancta Maria (Christianism), Hevenu Shalom Aleichem (Judaism), Allah Hay (Islam) – familiar phrases performed in a new, deeply touching way that stay in the mind and in the heart, even when the CD has stopped playing long ago.… Read more

Ulla Pirttijarvi – Traditional Saami music

The music of this disc is not “yoik” in its pure form. These are beautiful ballads, performed in their native language, in the national style. Among the instruments accompanying her singing, of course, is the shaman’s tambourine of the Saami.… Read more

Phil Thornton – Initiation

Authentic and powerful, Initiation weaves the haunting voice of whales and birds into the strong, mellow Dreamworld of the didgeridoo. From the fascinating and earthy sounds of this most basic of natural instruments to the superb complexity of modern keyboards, we are enmeshed in a world of compelling imagination. This is a genuinely unforgettable venture deep into the realm of a spiritual initiation.… Read more

Maneesh De Moor – Call of the Mystic

Maneesh De Moor was born in Holland, traveling, Maneesh mastered the art of synthesizing sound and shaping it, studying classical and pop music all over the world. He specialized in styles of intersection of ethnic and traditional music and modern trends. Together worked with many musicians from all over the world: Sudha, Praful, Bahramji, Deva Premal & Miten, Prem Joshua and others.… Read more

Blue Chip Orchestra — Red Sky Beat (1998)

In their works the Blue Chip Orchestra used ritual hymns of Indian shamans, flutes, ratchets, drums and sounds of natural origin (thundering peals, rain, crackling of branches in a burning fire), as well as specially made instruments like “reflective harp”, “mirror drums “,” Danube tuba “,” sound sails “and so on. in combination with a modern electronic sound. Bognermayr was answering in the ensemble for synthesizers and sampling, Tsushrader performed guitar, keyboard and percussion parts; programming and recording they performed in tandem.… Read more

Al Gromer Khan – Sufi (2001)

His music he refers to the “paisley” style, and this name he came up with himself. “Paisley” is a motley and elegant, like cashmere fabric, majestic and calm music. Calm, but memorable, suggestive, and not explaining everything thoroughly. Giving the listener the opportunity to find deeply hidden secrets, as if hidden in the ruins of the treasure. Leaving pauses that serve as resting places between notes and are some sort of triggers for imagination.… Read more