The Sea of Potentials is an ode to the unknown, and to embracing the unknown as it lurks just beyond the border of our perception.
This album has the power to calm me, the way precious few things have in this tumultuous period of my life. It transports me to its own world, but more importantly, it manages to channel some of its serenity back into our world, which is more valuable still.
Ἀρέθουσα’s playlist, featuring Baltic Voices, Estampie, The Hilliard Ensemble, Khampagar Monastery Ritual Orchestra, and Montserrat Figueras & La Capella Reial de Catalunya & Jordi Savall.
Ἀρέθουσα’s playlist, featuring Anders Brørby, Andrew Weathers, Hespèrion XXI & Jordi Savall, James Murray, Munir Bashir, Rabih Abou-Khalil, Rapoon, and Sangam.
Ἀρέθουσα has been Elysian Dreaming again. Setting out into the deep night, passing through the landscapes of the mind, finding solace.
I was planning on calling this a fragile album, but it is anything but. This is because when we acknowledge and display our vulnerabilities, we have already conquered them in part, and are less fragile as a result.
Ἀρέθουσα’s playlist, featuring Alan Lomax, Anouar Brahem, Atrium Carceri, [ D A T A B U R S T ], Dead Melodies, Hantasi, Ian Hawgood, The Rubies, and Sun Through Eyelids.
Ἀρέθουσα has been Elysian Dreaming again. In her secluded fields, snatches of song, the sound of the landscape, the drone of a dream.
Ἀρέθουσα’s playlist, featuring Biosphere, Jordi Savall et al., Gyütö Tantric College, Halftribe, Lesa Listvy, Mark Gergis, Silent Vigils, Virtual Forest, Visions & Phurpa, and Witxes.