“A ‘Journey of Sound’ to take us beyond what meets the eye. The instruments I play are Treasures. They give voice to stone, wood and skin. Their music expresses our close relationship with nature. Such music plays an important part in the rituals of everyday life. It breathes the spirit of our ancestors into today’s world.” Sika
It’s a long episode of Chi Time this week as Clara Apollo chats with the incredible Sika; let the sounds sweep through as Sika shares more stories of himself and the shamanic way he provides. Four new tracks are included in their entirety, two from the new Seven Rings album and two from his Sound Journey album.
This July is the start of his UK tour, sounding off from Stonehenge, then travelling around the country and dipping down not Spain to see his sister and offer a Sound Journey there.
Sika’s role as space maker and sound bringing is key at this time, a facilitator of great change. His work-playing harmonises Sound Earth music, holding and connecting people from all walks of life, clearly and kindly, but profoundly deep and rich.
On this episode of Chi Time Sika explains how his new album Seven Rings with Phil Thornton came about with the magical synergy of synthesised music and ancient bone, skin and drum instruments, producing sometimes uncontrollable wild music…
He shares stories of painting, music and the emerging truth that when our inner worlds are so much more aware and our outer worlds can and will respond.
Who holds a space for your journey?
The tender moments of sharing humanity with others on boldly unique but similar journeys.
Of playing at Stonehenge he says it is;
“Like playing inside an amplifier of a very deep and far out level, playing in the hub of the earth-grid, sending pulsations of sound around the planet and back again”.
For information on where he is playing in the UK July, August & September check
Bournemouth 16 August
Sika – Sound Journey