ELUV

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Octaves of Light

Radiant Sol

I think of Octaves of Light as atmospheres for dreaming. I tend to put the disc in my player and drift away. The opening track, “Ginger Blossom,” feels like a global journey through the astral plane. Voices emerge from the mix evoking places as diverse as a Chinese temple and Native American ceremonies. The music speaks to me of the spiritual unity of human kind. The sounds bloom like an aural Rorschach blot allowing each of us to project our own visions into the music. Octaves of Light was conceived as music for healing. Eluv has created sounds that are intended to help the listener find balance and harmony. Each song takes the listener on a slightly different journey. Put this disc in your player and see where the music takes you.

Radiant Sol: radiantsol.com

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