Has Anyone Heard of the Deep Sky Divers?
The Deep Sky Divers is a two-man group, which composes and performs amazing, ambient music. I just discovered them today. Free recordings from their albums are available at: download free mp3s of ambient music & new age music soundscapes from the UKs deep sky divers. I am currently seeking permission from the Deep Sky Divers to use two compositions listed in the "free download" section of their official website, to upload to my Kiwi account. Their music would be used as background music in my Charles Hannel affirmation (not yet released).
Once I get the group's licensing permission to publish on the web their music in my upcoming Charles Hannel affirmations, I will upload that audio-affirmation with these two musical compositions in the background, so that you all can download the Audio Affirmation for free, without fear of licensing or copyright violations. So stay tuned. The two musical pieces in question are beautiful, and I think you all would like them very much: (1) Deep Sky Meditation; and (2) Start of a New Day. Please listen to them, and let me know what you think! :)
Two reviews posted on the group's website are interesting. One review, from Music for a New Age, reads, "deep sky divers is the collaborative effort of Jon Short and David Jones, two Brits who, if taken by appearance alone would seem unlikely candidates for composing music of such depth, complexity, and feeling."
Another review, from Bill Binkelman of Wind & Wire reads: "Jon and David compose and record music that is hard to categorize. It blends the melodicism of adult contemporary music and classic new age with some of the breeziness of non-urban smooth jazz and the electronic keyboards of ambient and EM. There is meticulous attention to musical atmosphere, faultless engineering, composing in a variety of tones and textures, using ultra-high quality keyboards, and all of it wedded to an accessibility that somehow walks the fine line between being both commercial and heartfelt. This makes the music almost virtually unclassifiable in usual terms, which (if I can be so bold as to say this) is probably just what Short and Jones prefer."
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