Viajes Astrales.

Hola amig@s: cuando es fácil hacer viajes astrales es porque inconscientemente hemos echo viajes astrales y es mas fácil realizaros.

EL TERCER OJO

hola amig@s: si estáis libres de perdón y no tenéis nada pendiente con los seres de luz y luego cambiáis de opinión tendréis sueños que vuestro ojo no quiere seguir abierto.

Relax en la playa de Huelin

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Song Sparrow by Chad Crouch

Twenty years after his singer-songwriter debut comes an unlikely release from Portland, Oregon musician Chad Crouch: a short album of piano solos. For two decades Crouch helmed the HUSH Records label, helping to launch the careers of The Decemberists, Peter Broderick, Loch Lomond, Laura Gibson, and many others. While handling the day-to-day operations of HUSH, Crouch was also churning out his own instrumental music under the pseudonym “Podington Bear”. 2017 was a watershed year for Crouch. His father died, he upended his work life, and he finally pulled the plug on the moniker that grew increasingly irrelevant. (“Podington Bear” was a reference to podcasting, the original distribution method for his music.) In many ways 2018 represents a complete restart for Crouch, so getting back to the essence of songwriting seemed both appropriate and essential. “Birds of Oaks Bottom: Piano Solos” is recommended for fans of Dustin O’Halloran, Goldmund, Peter Broderick, and Nils Frahm.

Estados de conciencia

Blue Wave Theory is an American instrumental rock band formed in 2007 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. The group’s sound is rooted in surf music of the 1960s, but often incorporates elements of other genres including reggae, punk rock, jazz, and progressive rock. The band’s music is entirely instrumental and features the current lineup of Steve Rabeler (guitar), Bob Trimble (guitar), Kevin Stamper (bass), and Rob Wolleben (drums).

 

QUE DISFRUTEIS

Sea Change is a collection of instrumental music I wrote alongside my debut EP “Desire”, in 2017 . Feeling inspired by great storytelling podcasts like “Serial”, “S-Town”, and “This American Life”, I wanted to create music that expressed the same conflicted, complex, unresolved emotions that those podcasts produced so well. I hope the FMA community finds use of this music, and I look forward to seeing what you do with it.

HQ files are avalible for free at Cellophanesam.com/music

If you wish to use this music for commercial projects, please contact me via the “email this artist link”, or at Cellophanesam.com/contact.

Love,

Brian