Music has the power to transport people to another place. Nowhere is that more evident than in music by Ajeet. In the new single ‘Dance of the Moon,’ Ajeet carries the listener away into a space between two worlds with a majestic sound.
“Dance of the Moon sings to a wildness in the night and the endless spaces of the dreamworld.” Ajeet says, “It invokes ancient lore telling of spirits in other realms, who at times offer glimpses past the veil between us. We wake from dreams, and they slip away like dust at our fingertips, but a feeling lingers. This song moves to capture that lingering feeling of the space between worlds, and open to the wild beauty and potent mystery of the imaginal realm.”
Ajeet Kaur is a world music artist weaving inspiration from traditional Irish folk to mystical and meditative soundscapes. The band come together from Spain, Ireland, and the United States to offer a musical experience that transcends boundaries and takes listeners on a journey through song.
Ajeet Kaur weaves inspiration from traditional Irish folk to mystical and meditative soundscapes. You will hear a number of different instruments in an Ajeet Kaur song. As a world musician, featured instruments will range and consist of African or Latin Percussion, an acoustic guitar, or harp that combine and compliment her soaring vocals beautifully. It’s a truly unique sound that is all her own.
Ajeet produces and engineers their music herself from a home studio. As a multi-talented musician, she features more instruments like the Bodhrán, piano, whistles, flutes, and more into her live performances and recordings.
The band comes together from Spain, Ireland, and the United States to offer a musical experience that transcends boundaries and takes listeners on a journey through song.
As world musicians, You can feel elements and influences inspired from all over the world in their music. Ajeet’s music is widely celebrated in communities all over the world and has reached #1 on the iTunes World Chart and Billboard Top 10 New Age Chart.
Listen to ‘Dance of the Moon’ by Ajeet here.