In this album, I would like to invite you to sample the world of awakened souls (awakenedsouls.bandcamp.com), an ambient music project of veteran electronic music producer James Bernard and his wife Cynthia. When I stumbled on their album how we heal, I knew I had found an artist who creates music for the same reason I create these mixes: to heal. Their mission is to “help others find the sense of healing that music brings to them” and their name comes from their “hope to be in touch with the most authentic parts of ourselves.” I think you will find that their music indeed lives up to this ambition and is conducive to quite reflection.
As always, if you like what you hear, check out the time-stamped track list and support awakened souls and all the other great artists featured on this mix by buying and streaming their music.
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Also, did you know that I have another podcast called Chill Pills. It features the same quality of craftmanship and careful curation you’ve come to expect from this show but focuses on more up-tempo genres of music spanning chillout, lounge, jazz, instrumental, lo-fi chill hop, etc. Check it out:
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Gallery Six ― Under the Morning Mist
Rudy Adrian ― Shelter From The Storm
Andrew Tasselmyer ― Mai Khao Sunset
Warmth ― Reflector
Dreamware ― Periphery
Stijn Hüwels ― A kind of a path
awakened souls ― A New Era
Tonepoet ― A Lonely Dwarf Revolves In Peace
awakened souls ― bodhichitta
An Imaginal Space ― Circles
awakened souls ― nightly meditation
Murcof ― Chapitre VI
awakened souls ― citrus sunset