During my unfortunately (albeit still beneficially) brief set of experiences bringing spacemixing to the cannabis/yoga event called Buddha Budz (sharply cut down by a certain virus that needs no introduction here), I was introduced to this sonic gem within the yoga community.
On the flip side, I was recently able to bring this updated spacemix to a flow-to-restore workshop at the wonderful Yoga Loft studio in Marblehead, Massachusetts.
And now bring that update preferably to your pleasing ears.
Nectar Drop is a sweet piece. With the double-percussive upbeat hit among other characteristics, I feel there is a bit of a gentle reggae connection. Hindu Reggae could become a thing, if it is not already.
Here is the original song for your convenient comparison with the spacemixed version…
By adding the spacemixing technique to create a nice stable sonic platform to settle your mind during a yoga pose, combined with added modulating textures to at least massage the mind, the idea is to facilitate the meditative blending of your human self with the oneness of the reality self — which is critical to a genuinely healthy yoga tuning. Amusingly put, if you are not tuning yourself with reality, then what are you tuning yourself towards?
Even if you are not into meditative yoga for some unfortunate reason, this is a pleasing song to meet your relaxation at the end of a likely overworking day. 🙂
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