Multi-talented Sira Garcias releases captivating album to help soothe the soul

The Tree of Life and the Strength of Moving On, PT.2‘ may have took 13 years to make but, as the saying goes, better late than never. An album that’s destined to make your yoga or chilled playlists, the captivating album aims to help listeners meditate and relax – something the globe certainly needs to do more of at the moment. Multi-talented Sira Garcias ties together perfectly her love for meditation and music, and uses music as a form of escapism.

Blending instrumental soundscapes that will clear your mind with their breathtaking nature, ‘The Tree of Life and the Strength of Moving On Pt 2’ captures Sira’s vision perfectly. Allowing listeners to not only enjoy the music but to use it as a form of therapy too, Sira had this to say: “I don’t care about superficial smiles, I care about happiness. I don’t care about material fame, I care about spiritual matters. I don’t care about those who try to create an artist with an empty heart, I care about lineage and pure talented artists with strong goals. I don’t care about robots, I care about dreamers… If I have the chance to change something for good, I will put all my positive energy into it.”

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/siragarcias
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialsiramusic/
Website: https://www.siragarcias.com/ | https://siraalternativemedicine.com/
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/59rYMqS6U21SZp6l71lii7
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SiraGarcias/videos


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Roger Rudenstein's Operatic Epic

Fancy losing yourself for two and a half hours of classical literature and top-notch music…all at the same time?

Introducing Roger Rudenstein, already a celebrated name in America with thousands of Soundcloud streams to his name as well as plaudits from the likes of The New York Times. Roger has an impressive arsenal of work already under his belt, veering from his sensitive take on the devastation AIDS has brought to family’s lives to biting satire at the expense of Presidents past (George W. Bush) and present (you-know-who).
He is now introducing himself to European audiences by reinvigorating an already hugely popular European work in a different discipline – James Joyce’s epic tale of a very extraordinary day in the life of an early 20th Century Dubliner.
Check out Roger here:

SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/rudenste/tracks
Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/rudenste
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/roger.rudenstein
Website https://www.rogerrudensteinmusic.com/