Magic Kosmiche Music For a Spiritual Way!

Sarah Davachi and Ariel Kalma blend their strong individual personalities in a single trip on the edge of time. On a magic carpet, they fly beyond the stratosphere as two new Krishna and Radha, retracing the intra-dimensional strata of the universe, temporal memories of broader and occult evolutionary processes. Their kosmiche music is pure, magnificent and elegant, an intergalactic hypnosis that seems to tell of distant times, a millenary vortex of a lost Era.

The mysterious song of the sax winds in archaic echoes, supported by the electronic inlays of the synth (Arp Odissey). Flowing between space rumbles and astral progressions, we see high celestial bodies. When the infinite drones of the tampura start, we take part in the night ceremonial, surrounded by the deep harmonium and the Tibetan bell chimes. This music releases a sort of mythological warmth, secret codes of a lost purity, which lets us dwell in the labyrinths of a pyramid or in the sacred space of a cosmic pagoda.

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Saxiran - 5 :23 saxophone delays and drones slowing time to the Essence

Hack Sat Zoom - 4 :12 when time is chopped into small meaningful moments

Adieu La Vie - 11 :42 This could be the last message from planet Earth before disappearing into Space

Intemporel - 7:25 Timeless Harp Odyssey, Tibetan bowls, Indian tanpura, saxophone, empty space…

Harmonium Odyssey - 4:17 Harmonium, Harp Odyssey, Tibetan bowls, Indian tanpura

Floating in Space - 3:31 Resonance from the  timeless Unknown - Bonus track not on LP!

Le Temps Spiral - 10:34 synthesiser harmonics meets a simple sequence with floating drone

Mixed and mastered by Ariel Kalma