Seda Bağcan Releases New Music Video, “I Am That I Am”


 Turkish Mantra Singer Seda Bağcan Releases New Music Video, “I Am That I Am” on National Stress Awareness Day – April 16th.

The Song is the Title Track from Seda’s New US Album Release “I Am That I Am”.

Los Angeles, California (April 7, 2015) – The trinity of healing, music, and science has guided Turkish mantra singer Seda Bağcan through a musical life that began for her at six-years-old. At that young age, Seda accompanied the Ankara Radio Turkish Music Orchestra and Choir. This experience continues to inspire her today. With a voice that has been called “Stirring, Moving, and Coming from Heaven,” Seda’s new US album release, “I Am That I Am” has spawned an inspirational and healing music video for the title track which will be released April 16th, National Stress Awareness Day!

Seda’s “I Am That I Am” music video is released in conjunction with National Stress Awareness Day, an occasion initiated by the Health Resource Network (HRN) in 1992 to raise awareness of stress. An actively practicing yoga teacher, Bağcan’s dedication to personal development, optimum health, curing disease, overcoming dangerous addictions, calming the conscience, and increasing personal awareness also drives her musical performances.

Seda is an advocate of National Stress Awareness Day and says, “Everybody should always take a moment to relax, exercise, lower their blood pressure and take care of their mind and their bodies.”

Directed by Tayfun Delice from Tersine Fimler, Seda is quite possibly the only native of Turkey today performing as mantra singer. It was Seda’s desire to unite the sounds of her homeland with the mantras that resulted in her first three albums: Sunrise, Remember, and Sufi Soul/Neyim. After living in Germany for 11 years, Bağcan returned to Turkey to record and release “I Am That I Am,” writing all of the compositions on the album.

When not creating and performing music, she is just as likely to be leading national and international workshops and seminars where music and science are incorporated into the practice of healing.

Seda Bağcan’s unique path has taken her from performing with the TRT Ankara Polyphonic Youth Choir and the Ankara Opera and Ballet as a child, to her studies in electronics engineering. As an adult, she has trained to become a master of Reiki and Healer of Reconnection, teaching Signature Cell Healing, Acutonics Sound Healing, and Deeksha.

An actively practicing yoga teacher, Bağcan’s dedication to personal development, optimum health, curing disease, overcoming dangerous addictions, calming the conscience, and increasing personal awareness also drives her musical performances.  It was in 1990 during her practice of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga, and Jivamukti Yoga, and later the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and Naam Yoga, that Bağcan discovered mantra music. When not creating and performing music, she is just as likely to be leading national and international workshops and seminars where music and science are incorporated into the practice of healing.

Wikipedia says, “National Stress Awareness Day is a good opportunity to take a deep breath and relax. Much research has shown a negative effect stress has on the immune system, mostly through studies where participants were subjected to a variety of viruses. In one study, individuals caring for a spouse with dementia, representing the stress group, saw a significant decrease in immune response when given an influenza-virus vaccine compared to a non-stressed control group. Chronic stress takes a more significant toll on your body than acute stress does. Stress can raise blood pressure, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, increase vulnerability to anxiety and depression contribute to infertility, and hasten the aging process. Results of one study demonstrated that individuals who reported relationship conflict lasting one month or longer have a greater risk of developing illness and show slower wound healing.”

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5 Kitaro Albums for Earth Day

kitaro_earth_dayEarth Day has been celebrated on April 22nd each year over four decades to raise the awareness of the environmental issues and problems.

Since Kitaro started his musical career in 70′s, he has focused on thinking about inner peace and world peace, and his biggest inspiration has always been Nature. In the past interview, Kitaro stated that “We are an important part of Nature and it is Nature that inspires my imagination.”  

We picked 5 Kitaro albums for this Earth Day. Hope you enjoy and celebrate beautiful Mother Earth, together with Kitaro.

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To make this celebration more special, we give away one digital song from our newly released album “Classics For The Heart Vol.3″ to anybody who purchased following album(s).  This offer will end on April 22nd.


5 Kitaro Albums for Earth Day

1. Final Call (2013)

Final Call_KitaroAs a homage to Kitaro’s lifetime reverence for Nature, Final Call is a voyage of introspection specifically concerned about how we treat our planet. It’s Kitaro’s assertion that the planet itself is crying out and warning us about potential serious consequences if we don’t address these global issues in a timely fashion.

Kitaro – “Final Call is that, the final call from nature.  This album is my expression of natures cry to us.  For me, it is a warning that we must do something to preserve Mother Earth for the generations to come.”


2. Let Mother Earth Speak (2012)

LET_MOTHER_EARTH_SPEAK_20+01_02A world-renowned Native American activist Dennis Banks as he joins forces with Kitaro in celebration of our Earth in this new CD, LET MOTHER EARTH SPEAK. The project contains a message of international peace intertwined with stories and life lessons from Dennis Banks featuring the musical sensitivity and prowess of Kitaro. It’s a journey we all should take and a message to which we all should carefully listen.



3. The Light Of The Spirit (Remastered) CD & DVD (2012)

KITARO_LIGHT_OF_THE_SPIRIT_COVER_2012_smallThe Light Of The Spirit, co-produced with Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart, is an enthralling exploration of melodic imagery featuring the Grammy nominated song “The Field.”  Accompanying this Digitally Remastered Compact Disc is a bonus DVD blending cinematic melodies from the album with images from nature that explore the harmony between the spirit and our shared environment.



4. Daylight, Moonlight Live in Yakushiji (2002)

kitaro_yakushijiWith full instrumentation, Kitaro reprises nine favorite compositions from earlier albums, plus his Golden Globe Award-Winning theme from the Oliver Stone film “Heaven and Earth” and two previously unreleased tracks.

Live in Yakushiji is a broad and deep journey, to inner realms as well as exotic earthly destinations.


5. Gaia – Onbashira (1998)

kitaro_gaiaGaia Onbashira is a musical exploration of respect and how it relates to ancient traditions.  Gaia loosely translates to Goddess of the Earth or Mother Earth and Onbashira is a festival that occurs every seven years in Japan.



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Luna’s April Tour in Reunion Island

Luna will appear at Nuit des Virtuoses 2015 in Reunion Island from April 8th to 11th.

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Festival La Nuit des Virtuoses (Night of the Virtuosos) celebrates its 8th anniversary and promises a musical journey through creativity and talent. Luna will be performing with top-notch musicians around the world as well as renowned local musicians.

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Yukiko Haneda trailer of the film Zoya

Yukiko is singing Persian Lullaby ( English lyric) in the Feature Film Zoya.
Directed by Saeed Khoze an award winning international writer, director and producer.
Here is a trailer of this film. (Yukiko’s song is not in the trailer) Stay tuned for the film release at the end of 2015.

Director Saeed Khoze is a photographer as well.
Here is a look of Yukiko by Saeed Khoze photography.

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Luna Performed on Korean TV Show

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Luna appeared on Korean TV show, Starking of SBS on March 21st. SBS is one of the major TV networks in Korea.  The show will be re-aired on Mar 29 (Sun).
Click the image below to watch it now!

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Luna by Luna (2013)

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FINAL SALE – David Arkenstone CDs from $4.98

david David Arkenstone is a multi-instrumentalist with 3 Grammy nominations, 20 Billboard New Age Chart hits, over one million albums sold, and millions of fans worldwide.
Known for his Celtic inspired jazzy world beat New Age fusion, David has established himself as one of the best contemporary instrumental musicians of our time.

We are offering a special sale for all of his albums on Domo Records including his 2011′s release “Ambient World”.

This offer will end on April 17th. After 17th, these albums will be no longer available for purchase.


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Myths And Legends
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Echoes 1400x1400

Echoes Of Light And Shadow
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Yukiko Haneda Interview on WEEKLY LALALA

Yukiko was featured by LA-based Japanese media WEEKLY LALALA.  She talks about her life and passion about music (in Japanese).

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NEW RELEASE “Classics For The Heart Vol.3″ by Stephen Small

classics_for_the_heart_vol.3Domo Records presents Classics For The Heart Volume 3, a collection featuring rearrangements of popular classics by Stephen Small including selections by Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Bach, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Lizst and Debussy.

Stephen Small is a multi-instrumentalist, producer and arranger.  His stylistic interests include Western classical music, contemporary Jazz, Rock and Persian music and has worked alongside many luminaries of popular music, such as Jaz Coleman, Belinda Carlisle, Kitaro, Beth Hart, Graeme Downes of The Verlaines, Bonnie Tyler and Leo Sayer.

To celebrate the release, we are offering the special discounted price $9.98 (reg.$12.98) at Domo Store during March.


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Upcoming Olate Dogs Rescue Tour in Irving, TX


Tickets are almost sold out. Come to enjoy the incredible performances by our talented four-legged friends and their masters!

Date&Time: March 11th @7:30pm

Venue: Carpenter Performance Hall (Irving Arts Center)
3333 N. MacArthur Blvd., Ste 300, Irving TX 75062

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the DFW Humane Society in Irving.

Carpenter Hall  VIP* Meet & Greet tickets – $75
Adult – $35 & 25
$10 discount for kids 12 & under on $25-35 tickets



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“Traditional Instruments Set” Now Available

Three amazing albums, LUNA, Best Of Yoshida Brothers and Inspiration (by ViVA Girls) are now available as a Traditional Instruments Set at Domo Store.

In spite of the name of this set, they are anything but traditional except of their instruments. All three albums are the great examples of East-meets-West and the perfect marriage of modern and traditional sounds.


Domo Traditional Music Set includes:
LUNA by Luna
- Inspiration by ViVA Girls
- Best Of Yoshida Brothers by Yoshida Brothers

Luna performs a traditional Korean instrument, call the Gayageum. With the exception of Luna’s instrument, the music she performs is anything but traditional. With inspired performances and dazzling skill, Luna has become a virtual sensation amassing scores of YouTube views, exhibiting her remarkable ability to bridge Eastern culture with Western influences.

ViVA Girls are China’s hottest instrumental supergroup set to take the world by storm with their innovative mix of modern and classical Chinese meets Western musical elements. The majority of ViVA Girls members are graduates of China’s Central Conservatory of Music, the most prestigious in China.  Its equivalent would be the Julliard School of performing arts in New York, New York.

Musically, they’re magic, having been classically trained and hailing from some of the most prestigious Schools and Universities in the world.  To the eye, ViVA Girls present one of the most impressive and visually pleasing concert performances one can experience.  Their East meets West twist on classical and pop music is especially popular with American audiences.

Yoshida Brothers are the Japan’s young masters of the ancient tsugaru-shamisen, a three-stringed instrument resembling the banjo and with a style originating from northern Japan with intricate and fast picking.

The Yoshida Brothers have now taken the tsugaru-shamisen further than any other modern musician, practically reinventing its sound, leading to a musical style both firmly rooted in the traditions of the past and boldly looking forward to the future.


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