Titled Roots of Light, Kundalini Project’s new album spans more than two hours of divine sound healing.
Under his Kundalini Project pseudonym, award-winning Melbourne-based cinematographer, director and music composer Bruce Gil has crafted an Ethno sound healing chillout album titled Roots of Light, released through Visionary Shamanics and Sacred Vision Records.
Spanning more than two hours of blissful soundscapes and multi-instrumentation, Gil takes us on an odyssey from his Italian home and across the world, delivering 11 tracks embodying the artist’s global travels and explorations.
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Incorporating various sound elements such as samples – whether it be birds, frogs, trickling water or other serene sounds from the wild – as well as flutes, Tibetan bowls and other world percussion, Roots of Light was recorded live and creates “energy, healing, transformation, and manifestation using the force and energies of various shamanic sounds”.
An album fit for meditation and self-healing, Roots of Light is perfect for lockdown R&R – a record that brings peace and calm, while also offering listeners an adventure into global sounds and music they may have never experienced.