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Buddha Lounge 3 Chill New Age California

Art Tawanghar

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With a meticulously curated album such as “Buddha Lounge 3 Chill – New Age California”, Art Tawanghar bestows on us a transcendental listening experience that sifts through astral planes from start to finish.

Drawing inspiration from both the spiritual and the physical, this album is a cerebral excursion of celestial proportions. It’s the kind of music that’s hard to put into words because it makes you feel in abstractions, with intangible vibrations that command your entire presence and attention.

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I really enjoyed the way this album combines Western and Eastern Influences. It never felt contrived and made me think why more musicians in the past have not tried to combine these two styles.”

By Jamie Funk

Art Tawanghar: “Buddha Lounge 3 Chill – New Age California” – a unique cross-cultural journey ”

Jamsphere Magazine

BUDDHA LOUNGE 3 CHILL NEW AGE CALIFORNIA

With a meticulously curated album such as “Buddha Lounge 3 Chill – New Age California”, Art Tawanghar bestows on us a transcendental listening experience that sifts through astral planes from start to finish. 

Drawing inspiration from both the spiritual and the physical, this album is a cerebral excursion of celestial proportions. It’s the kind of music that’s hard to put into words because it makes you feel in abstractions, with intangible vibrations that command your entire presence and attention.

“Into the Unknown ( Live Piano Improvisations in 432Hz)”. 

The introduction sets an introspective tone, and then the flowing main part of the song comes in – gently rolling and easy-going, with lots of open space between the phrases of the melody. There is a melancholy mood, made masterful by the subtlety, before the arrangement thrives on the stunning use of dynamics.

“Ocean in a Drop”,

Stirs up the rhythm, the expansive jazzy feel, and the all-round complexity. Rich instrumental lushness abounds, as horns fill the atmosphere, alongside the haunting vocal interludes supplied by featured singer Shakila. What attracts me to this music the most, is the heart and soul that is put into each and every track.

To that extent, “Crystalline Grid”, leans heavily on its Eastern instrumentation which dominates the track with soul-searching, plucked motifs. Rolling pianos, throbbing basslines and a momentum chasing rhythm, sustains the inebriating vocal oscillations.