INDIGO MOON shines with lush, luminous landscapes of sound, highlighted by earthy explorations into the art of the groove. With special guest appearances by Jefferson Starship keyboardist Pete Sears, and ambient music pioneer Steven Halpern, San Francisco Bay area producer/recording artist Michael Diamond continues the musical voyage of his previous CD, ATLANTIS RISING, which cdbaby.com hailed as “one of the best new releases of the year”.
While always atmospheric and well-chilled, INDIGO MOON reflects the pulse of contemporary rhythms and electronica, with a touch of jazz, rock,and world music influences. Featuring guitar work that ranges from ethereal to electrifying, laced with layers of mesmerizing synthesizer textures, wisps of Enya-like vocals, and a variety of grooves, INDIGO MOON is sonic alchemy. Relax, and let the music weave it’s spell. . . taking you on a magical journey.
INDIGO MOON has been receiving airplay on the nationally-syndicated radio program Echoes.
A sample of reviews:
"Your previous CD, Atlantis Rising was outstanding, and Indigo Moon is the perfect sequel. I like the album's ambient new age electronic style a lot."
Derek Sivers, cdbaby
"Your amazing compositions took us to another level of imagination. You have created a beautiful work - bravo!!
Two enthusiastic thumbs up!"
Ron Cotterel, radio dj. KDRT
"I’ve been meaning to let you know that I love your music. You create a sense of oneness with the planet we live with. Thank you for inviting me to be a part of Indigo Moon.
Pete Sears (Jefferson Starship/Rod Stewart)
"Indigo Moon takes you on an interplanetary trip... listen with headphones and prepare for lift-off.
Leading Edge Review Magazine