Music from UK – Nalini Blossom (Mica Ella )

Mica Ella A.K.A Nalini Blossom is a sound healer and devotional singer, originally from UK.
Over the last 15 years, she has been on a journey around the world, immersing herself in various musical styles which embrace many sacred traditions including Indian mantras, Hebrew prayers, Sufi Zikr, Medicine chants from Amazonian Rainforest and Mexica ( Red Road) tradition.

She holds devotional music circles internationally and has recently worked with incorporating prayersongs in cacao ceremonies …As a service to Gaia , Mica Ella has also been working with the EarthGrid and Planetary chakra points through ceremony incorporating Light and Sound in many sacred sites .

One of Mica Ella ‘s greatest’s loves, however, is to improvise in flow and open space with other musicians. In London, UK, she co created The Sacred Sound Collective, a group of musicians that came together to create improvisational prayer space for meditation and dance . (Bio from http://liquid-flow.com/users/mica-ella)

Here is her “Water Blessing Song ” (This Japanese mantra , “The Grand Invocation” is a very powerful prayer. It has been promoted by Dr Masaru Emoto of the Emoto Peace Project to assist in purifying the planetary waters , since the Fukushima meltdown .)

and the “circle of women “

Music from the UK – Dario G

Paul Spencer, better known as the latest member of the british dance trio Dario G is an english dance and trance music producer. They had an amazing #2 hit in the UK in 1997 called “Sunchyme”:

Music from the UK – Oi Va Voi

Oi Va Voi founded 1999 is an experimental rock group from London. She mixes traditional Eastern European and Jewish music with elements of rock and electronic music.

Oi Va Voi is jiddisch /jewish and means translated “Oh my goodness !”

The video is a music  inspired movie , showing lightning in slow motion

The song is called refugee

and Yuri (a tribute tu Juri Gagarin )

 

Music from the UK – Fad Gadget

Frank Tovey (born September 8, 1956 in London, † April 3, 2002 ibid; actually John Francis Tovey) was a British musician and pioneer of the British New Wave movement. He was also known by his pseudonym Fad Gadget.

He published in 1979 under the pseudonym Fad Gadget Tovey his debut single Back to Nature. Gadget was the first artist of the newly founded  Mute Records label. There were other gadget singles like Ricky’s hand, Fireside Favourite, Make Room / Lady Shave or Collapsing New People (the last single with the Berlin-based band Einstürzende Neubauten as guest musician). Until 1984, he published four albums Gadget Fireside Favourites (1980), Incontinent (1981), Under the Flag (1982) and Gag (1984).

In 1980, the then-unknown band Depeche Mode has bee  the opening act of gadget. After that concert Depeche Mode were taken at Mute Records.. Despite the high recognition he enjoys in the electronic music scene of the 1980s, his reputation remained rather low.

 

Music from the UK – Bliss

Bliss (German: happiness, bliss) is an English rock and pop band from London. Bliss was founded in 1986 by Rachel Morrison (vocals) and Paul Ralphes (bass)  in Coventry and was later added, with others , as with today’s London music producer Tom E Morrison as a guitarist. In 2007, the band released the best-of-album Spirit of Man. Two German musician, guitarist Tom E Morrison and drummer Michael Witzel  came 1990 on the band.

For Those who love the sound of Enya or Fleetwood Mac

Here is their song “Desert Sun” chill out music at his finest !

 

Music from the UK – Cinematic Orchestra

The Cinematic Orchestra is a british jazz and electronic band formed in 1999. Refound them today and listened to many of their interesting pieces. Really like these downtempo and nu jazz songs! Have a listen to their great dreamy song “To Build A Home”:

Music from the UK – Plastic Mermaids

Plastic Mermaids is a band from the Isle of Wight (UK) The  video for Polaroids has been taken from their  EP debut EP Drømtorp that will be released on March 31st via Cross Keys Records.

Music from the UK – Dan Croll

Dan Croll (born Daniel Francis Croll, 18 July 1990) is a British singer-songwriter born in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England. He moved to Liverpool when he was 18 to attend the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). While at LIPA, he won the national Songwriter of the Year award from the Musicians Benevolent Fund and was one of eight students picked to have a one-to-one with LIPA founder Sir Paul McCartney.(wiki)

Here is his song “From Nowhere”