Alpha Wave Movement – Yasumu

Alpha Wave Movement - Yasumu

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Alpha Wave Movement – Yasumu
CD-R/DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Harmonic Resonance Recordings, 2013

“Yasumu” is music Alpha Wave Movement (aka Massachusetts-based composer Gregory Kyryluk) composed for quiet contemplation, meditation as well as a subtle removal from more frantic rhythmic music.

The 45-minute release indeed is an oasis of tranquillity and harmony. Here, gentle flowing textures lead the way on the four tracks, with reflections of distant Tibetan bells, wind chimes, sounds of nature and string instruments to accentuate a remote eastern aesthetic (according the composer).
Occasionally, there’s a slow sequence or a light rhythm implemented on the background, as on “Awaken”. In addition, I very much love the progression of soft soaring pads on the third piece “Tranquility Temple”.

As such, the nicely crafted and dreamy “Yasumu” creates a quiet and soothing mindset to let the mind breathe and settle down after a day in the fast lane of things. Listening to this sonic repose with headphones will do the trick even better.


You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Alpha Wave Movement artist page


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