Iasos, perhaps the quintessential angelic music composer, began releasing tapes in the mid seventies. His recent, "Sacred Sonic Tools," is a state of the art demonstration of sound's ability to affect positive change in one's energic state. "Angelic Music" is a must-have for those who enjoy angelic music. His entire body of work is high quality. The upcoming "Realms of Light" is extremely well-crafted.
Aeoliah has released many offerings of classically oriented angelic music. Many are lush in the sense of a big synth-orchestral sound. I can recommend "Light At Mount Fuji" as a good solid angelic work. I personally most enjoy his early work, "Inner Sanctum" (perhaps because it is most Iasos-like.)
Raphael's angelic music is the most tantric, clearly appealing to goddess energies. It's great lovemaking music. It expresses cheerful emotions. "Music To Disappear In 2" is gorgeous. The first volume is worthy, also. "Angels of the Deep" is a must have.
Patrick Bernhardt (now Bernard) was the first direct music contact I had with angelic presences. "Atlantis Angelis" and "Solaris Universalis" are near perfect Aquarian energy albums. "Shamanyka" is a strong dose of healing earth energies. "Atlantis Angelis 2," has a breathtaking production. His recent "Sublime Relaxation" continues the Atlantean/ Vedic style. "Mantra Mandala" is highly worthy, containing a darker meditative ambience.
I have to include Andreas Vollenweider here, even though he is a harpist, not a synthesist, and his vision is more traditional. But the energies of his work are, for me, clearly angelic. I like "Behind the Gardens-Behind The Wall-Under The Tree" and "Down To The Moon." Some of his recent work I'm not as excited about.
Shad Diamond, PhD., has created real crystal synthesis. Using his proprietary technique which he has trademarked as Superquantum Tones, Shad now has a plethora of disc that enable the user to retune their energy system to the logoic information communicated by vibrating crystals. These specific frequency windows are blended with angelic synthesis easily at the level of Iasos, but definitely unique and inspired. the "Mystical Journey Trilogy," which includes: "Inside The Crystal," "Crystal Dreams" and "Sacred Heart" is a highly worthy addition to any dedicated angelic library, while "Timeless Golden Light" is a serious must-have for lightworkers, angelicists and cybershamans.
Marcey has made some very trancey continuum albums. "Anthem to Soul" is a white light ecstacy. "Z" is great for sleeping on. "Inward Harmony" is a lilting angelic piece. These are repetitive pieces that last over an hour each. But they really put a nice vibe in.
Mercury Max has some excellent spiritual vibrations in his work. I've had some very far out experiences with "Himalayan Garden" and his new work, "Silent Flow" is commendable also. He has been more active in getting things to disc recently and I look forward to hearing more. This is highly devotional synthesis for moving meditation.
Michael Hammer, previously mentioned angelic music composer, has created music perhaps best reflecting "ascended master" vibrations. His disc, "Aligning with Your HigherSelf," while short is also spectacular. The four cd set, "Music for Awakening The Light Body," is a must have for lightworkers.
Brian E. Paulson is from Indiana and has some impressive works of ambient continuum music. "Brian's Brain Busters" may be one of the greatest efforts at pure brainwave music. "Delta Bliss" and the near perfect "Mystic Rain" (this last featuring DNA photon resonance sound matrix) are great for relaxation and healing.
Brian Caldwell of Sedona, Arizona has recently come to my attention with the release of all of his works on cd. "Harmonic Planet" features the classic, Harmonic Brainwave Synergy. "Creativity Generator" is also quite good. You can get hooked on this stuff. Caldwell's music is sacred geometry. Sonic mandalas gently swirling.
Bob Dratch is the founder of Dolphin Hyper-Resonance Institute. Utilizing his own "Livingness Process" and "Holoform" technologies, he has produced several intriguing works. "Dolphin Resonance" and "Cetacean Luminescence" are two works emphasizing cetacean consciousness. Using the music of Michael Hammer as a base, Dratch builds a sonic sculpture around it using the sounds of dolphins and whales. I am particularly impressed by "Critter Cleaner," which is not musical but is "healthy noise" with brainwave pulse rates which will clear out all negative etheric entities that might be hanging around. I experienced several clarifying shifts while playing it the first time.
Richard Shulman has been doing some very credible angelic synthesis since 1984. His work has very strong classical influences. His tuning is among the best working with well-temperament. Anyone working in the Christ tradition will love Shulman's work. All lightworkers should pay special attention to "Ascension Harmonics." This particular disc is on a level with the best angelic music there is, as far as I'm concerned. Also valuable is "Light Music," Shulman's study of chakra attunement.
Gerald Jay Markoe is a long time angelic composer probably best known for his music inspired by the Pleiades. I have more liking for his work as "Ancient Brotherhood." His most recent disc, "Zen Meditations" is probably the best thing he has ever done, even thought it incorporates pretty standard elements of Zen new age music (Shakuhachi, running water, etc.)
Jacotte Chollet is a French electronic composer who has created an absolutely fantastic series of discs that are extremely healing, intensely physical and appealing to intellectual or aesthetic appreciation! I bought the entire 10 CD set for a little over $200 and consider it money very well spent. Her music has the dreaminess and soulfulness of Marcey but is light-years ahead technically. She also has a sense of Spirit and Divine Radiation that is in harmony with the work of Michael Hammer. i consider the acquistion of the works of Jacotte to be an investment in my own spiritual evolution.
Amoraea Dreemseed is a fantastic sound healer-artist that i've known about for some time due to an earlier release, with River Freedom, "Didgeridoo Dreamtime," which is probably my FAVORITE didge disc of all time. The 2004 disc, "Future Memories," is a growth of the previous work, very mature and probably the first unqualified success of a didgeridoo album to also be an angelic album. Both discs strongly recommended for anyone who digs didge!