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Next week will see the official release of my new album Abstract Patterns. For any musician that is a period that is both exciting as well as a bit tense. Personally I am very happy with the outcome, so we will see how it will be received.
A quick way to sample some of the tracks is the next video:

Here is a little video for you, containing the first audio from the coming album.

The title will be Abstract Patterns and there will be 8 songs on it. What you will hear is from the first song, Fibonacci Fever:

As Steve Sheppard from One World Music wrote: “you really have to listen to the opening piece on the album called HAUNTED is the House. In my view this first offering, is the single best piece of work Earthshine have created thus so far, it morphs from Jarre to David Wright and then towards the end, with the slight but very relevant percussion, shifts towards fellow Dutch EM performer Frank Pells in performance. The balance of the composition and the arrangement is simply perfect and creates a superb sense of ambience that one could literally feel like one was about to enter a realm, an old haunted mansion of great mystery and fear. The level of apprehension at both the start and the end of this track leaves you musically full filed, but with a sense of suspense always hovering with intent somewhere around!”

If you want to hear in, here the video for the track:

earthshine - white cliff countryFrom the latest Earthshine album White Cliff Country comes this track “Secret Of The Stones”. Described by a critic

  • One of my favourite places in England has to be Stonehenge and Earthshine have created a track that compliments both Avebury and the henge, and also does it complete justice by the piece called Secret of the Stones. The arrangement starts in an almost Jarre style, then transposes itself into a really ancient melody of time and memory, it is as if musically we have found a portal to the past. This fluid and fascinating composition is one of the best on the album, I could listen to this for hours.

So a little suspense should be in order here: