Byron Metcalf, Mark Seelig & Steve Roach – Nada Terma

Byron Metcalf, Mark Seelig & Steve Roach - Nada Terma

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Byron Metcalf, Mark Seelig & Steve Roach –Nada Terma
CD, Projekt, 2008

“Nada Terma” is the second collaborative effort between Byron Metcalf, Mark Selig & Steve Roach after their successful album “Mantram” (2006).

“Nada Terma” (meaning: the world of sounds reveals spiritual treasures) is a continuous 73-minute voyage split in seven segments, venturing into deeper mysterious lands, in which elements of world- ambient- and meditative music meet.

Minimal in nature, various trance percussion, immersive, slow drifting dronescapes, Indian Dilruba and occasional overtone singing blend in a sonic pool that breaths both contemplation and mysticism.
At times, the quiet, slowly whirling soundscapes could even be an instrumental interlude from a Loreena McKennitt or Peter Gabriel album.

All in all, “Nada Terma” is an organic work for deep listening and relaxation, dwelling in spirals of spiritual/mystic realms.


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