“Lost and Found” now available!

Two years of music, 18 tracks of the best classical symphonic instrumental music, “Lost and Found” is finally here. The songs cover a wide spectrum from sensitive and emotional – to grand, epic movie themes. It tells the story of being ‘lost’ and finding love – and all the emotions that come with it.

“Lost and Found” on Bandcamp

The Bandcamp album is available in streaming, high-quality mp3 or wave download format:

Other music platforms

“Lost and Found” is available on all major music platforms:

Lost and Found on Spotify

Lost and Found on iTunes

Lost and Found on Apple Music

Lost and Found on Amazon

With All My Heart (music video)

A short relaxing musical journey, appreciating the small things in nature, as well as the big landscapes. Music: “With All My Heart” by DjSadhu, from the upcoming album “Lost and Found”. Video created with Unreal Engine. Please consider becoming a Patron to support my work: https://www.patreon.com/djsadhu It would allow me to buy better hardware, and more amazing models and assets! Also patrons will have early access to cool new videos. #musicvideo #symphony #symphonic #orchestra #piano #nature
Watch this video on YouTube.

“The Space Between Thoughts” on Spotify

My latest album “The Space Between Thoughts” is available on many platforms.
The album is fully instrumental, and wanders between chillout, downtempo, electronic and symphonic movie music.

For Spotify users, here’s the entire album:

Make sure to add it to your playlists, and share tracks you like with your friends πŸ™‚

#spotify #music #chillout #djsadhu #instrumental

The Space Between Thoughts (music video)

New track, new music video!! ❀️?? “The Space Between Thoughts”
Take 5 minutes to not think, and just drift away with sunlight and falling leaves.

The Space Between Thoughts (chillout music)
Watch this video on YouTube.

I created the video again with the Unreal Engine, this thing is insane. Renders the final video in under 2 hours. The Youtube conversion does not do justice to the level of detail in the video. 

And for the keen observer: this is my first track title in over 8 years that consists of more than one word. For 5 albums in a row I used 1 word track titles ?