I always like it when a song title tells you exactly what to expect, and this new one from Floyd Joynes does just that. A cool blend of tribal beats and the sort of ornate and authentic sounding vocals that put you in mind of the likes of Karl Jenkins and his Adiemus music projects, Shamanic Temple is also a sonic temple to unique and ornate sounding music that exists far away from a world that talks about shifting units and chart positions, PR and radio play.

Music made, and indeed played, for all the right reasons.

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