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Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity...

- Vivian Hua,

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Never Mind

Introspective Changes Perspective

Change is the only constant, so this is ‘Music to Change Point of View’... a gathering of tracks connecting elsewhere... Several tracks from Ariel’s 70’s archives on analog tapes. Several more recent tracks.

Ariel Kalma: all instruments, cover art, remastering (with the technical knowledge of Kamal Engel @ Art of Audio, Byron Bay). Background photo of space courtesy of NASA Spitzer telescope.

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Never Mind

1. First Crack, 8:23, Modified older style drum machine, krumar and Farfissa keyboards, circa 1978.

2. Corne de Muse, 3:43, Ariel’s fascination for didgeridoo, bagpipes and tuned drums, circa  1988.

3. Parler Oiseau, 6:50, Australia has many inspiring birds singing in strange scales that Ariel recreates.

4. The Seeker, 5:25, 1980, Inspired by Sufi trance ceremonies where Breath become a rhythm to ride on.

5. Trancing 1979, 4:07, Modified old style drum machine, Krumar keyboard, voice and effects.

6. War Drum Peace Flute, 1:54, Borneo War Drums, keyboard drones and flute delirium at the GRM, 1977.

7. Musimage, 2:37, Ambient cinematic droning for an imaginary movie, 1977.

8. Electro Tambura, 5:10, Resonating Wasp synthesiser, sounds like a modern tempura, 1979.

9. Force et Courage, 7:10, Wasp synth, Synare drums + Yamaha Portasound circa 1979.

10. Out of Breath, 7:50, Recorded live during epic Tantric Breath Therapy sessions circa 1980.