ONE THING that all forms of ambient, space, and contemplative music have in common is the power to alter our sense of time. It's not a science — the effect is subjective and unpredictable — but the experience is widely shared by listeners like you. Perhaps one day neuroscience will understand exactly how it works. For now, as in the past, we can simply enjoy the impression of time slowing down and space expanding.
In the virtual psychoacoustic spaces of ambient music, we can move and fly, limited only by our imaginations. On this transmission of Hearts of Space, a journey from earthy skin drum rhythms to cosmic electronic spaces, on a program called TIMELESS FLIGHT.
Music is by ERIK WØLLO & BYRON METCALF, TAPES AND TOPOGRAPHIES, STEVE ROACH, HOLLAN HOLMES, CSILLAKÖD, and ROBERT RICH.