Now available on all digital platforms for easy and cheesy-peas access is Let’s Go! A short but sweet 30 minute EP, (that means Extra Peas). The tracks are designed to be shuffled, the track list puts the music in an order of moods-
From motivational dream beat to optimistic, good vibes riding a traditional folk rock track, literally the embodiment of the phrase “Let’s Go!”. Surfing into the night taking flight into a thunderstorm to flying above the clouds is Into The Night. The track Keep Going is a powerful grab you by the cheeks and squeeze your face track interspersed with zen inducing contrasting new-age oldfieldisms to give you a breather before getting back to the grind.
Jupiter Descending – a cyberpunk fictional vision of the future of AI, or is it… 👀
Included in this EP is the single Hanami Nights, since she should be heard. Just wait for the drop. It’ll put you in a good place.
Genres: New Age, Prog Rock, Electronic with traditional Japanese influences & more.
Listen free below or on your favourite music provider, available everywhere.
Origins, released on 19th January 2019, is a collection of interconnected instrumental pieces with strong world influences in an easy listening format. This album is designed to be played end to end, with each piece flowing into the next for an hour of soothing relaxation, with uplifting themes interspersed with gentle meditative parts.
Sonic Soundscapes. Space, Sound & Simple.
Genre: New Age: Ethnic Fusion, Folk, Electronic, Downtempo
The pieces on this album were composed over a number of years between 2003 and 2006, each piece describes instrumentally a place and time in the artist’s life, transporting the listener through ethereal mysterious discoveries to crusades and adventures across a soundscape befitting of a fantasy realm.
The follow up album to the early debut- Outer Circle, continuing with a variety of eclectic, powerful, peaceful and pleasant pieces composed in the amateur home studio of RedHeat during the period 2002-2003.
Initially released on the original MP3.com platform back in the late 90s/early 2Ks the album was critically acclaimed reflected by good sales and reception in the New Age genre. After the collapse of MP3.com (CEO Michael Robertson) the album faded into obscurity due to lack of distribution. The album was put up for free download for many years via the RedHeat website.