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Sixteen Sunsets – Jane Ira Bloom (5.1 FLAC)

$24.99 USD$39.99 USD

Sixteen Sunsets (2013) is American jazz saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom’s 15th studio album. Produced and mixed by award-winning engineer Jim Anderson at Manhattan’s Avatar Studios, Sixteen Sunsets received a Grammy nomination for Best Surround Sound Album in 2014. Sixteen Sunsets also represents a new benchmark in sonic clarity, with the sound of Bloom’s soprano saxophone captured in 96-khz/24-bit resolution.

Available as a digital download or CD/BluRay bundle.

Adventures of, – Pollnow (Atmos MP4, 5.1 FLAC, 3D Binaural WAV and MP3)

$17.99 USD

Pollnow is a 24-year-old producer/mixer with one of the first Dolby Atmos-equipped recording studios in Sweden. In his debut album, “Adventures of,”, Pollnow aims to create a rich sonic narrative that puts the listener in the center of the experience, something that has become even more possible with the use of Dolby Atmos immersive technology. Consisting of 9 tracks in multiple formats, including Atmos MP4 and 5.1 FLAC, the experimental album is an impressive display of what Atmos can offer.

A Slight Departure – Birdsong At Morning (5.1 FLAC)

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Birdsong At Morning was formed in 2007 by Alan Williams, Darleen Wilson, and Greg Porter as a means of resurrecting musical identities that had been set aside while pursuing other careers. Released in 2015, A Slight Departure ventures beyond the intimate, quietly contemplative nature of Birdsong At Morning’s debut album, Annals of My Glasshouse, delivering an album with a broader sonic palette and a notable increase in energy.

The “Standard” edition features the 5.1 album. The “Deluxe” edition features the 5.1 album + instrumental mixes.

Aloha Radio Hawaii (Atmos Download)

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“Aloha Radio Hawaii,” produced in Dolby Atmos, is a delightful musical journey to the Golden Age of Hawaiian song. Blending traditional Hawaiian classics with American fusion music – known as hapa haole – this thirteen-track masterpiece tells the story of the Islands and the true meaning of ‘aloha’ through vibrant, multidimensional sound. The team behind the album includes producer Yunchuan Ye; four-time Grammy winning sound engineer, Dave Way; several veteran U.S. Hawaiian musicians; and singer Tavita Te’o. The immersive retro-nostalgic sound they cultivate is the definition of paradise found.

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Some Kind of Strange – Special Edition – Collide (5.1 WAV)

$17.99 USD

Collide is an American industrial music duo from Los Angeles, California that formed in 1992. Their music incorporates elements of trip-hop, synth pop, and Middle Eastern melodies to form a wholly unique sound.

“Some Kind of Strange” (2003) is Collide’s third studio album, newly-remixed in 2020 with all new 5.1 surround mixes. In Music We Trust said the band “churns out a heady cacophony of futuristic and mechanized sounds powered by distorted guitars, robotic rhythms and bigger-than-life synthesized symphonics, and then caps off the beautiful mess with the super-sensual, threatening purrs and dangerous coos of Collide’s vampy vocalist.”

 

Lifelike – A Bad Think (Physical Release)

$34.99 USD$49.99 USD

Now in a special, limited-time offering from IAA, order the Immersive Audio Box Set for “Lifelike” from A Bad Think. Featuring the 13-track Dolby Atmos album in Blu ray, CD, and USB cassette, you can now own and listen to the album three ways. With bright synths and pounding percussion, the album beautifully explores all the layers and multidimensional depth that Atmos has to offer.

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Beneath The Waves – Kompendium (5.1 FLAC)

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Kompendium is a conceptual side-project from Magenta keyboardist Rob Reed and Welsh singer Steve Balsamo, best known for his turn in a production of Jesus Christ Superstar.

Beneath The Waves is inspired by the true story of an Irish sailor who survived a terrible shipwreck, but tragically lost his wife and infant daughter in the accident. The tale unfolds in musical form as he seeks salvation on the high seas. Reed’s incredible 5.1 mix takes the cinematic nature of the project even further, providing a must-have aural experience for immersive fans.

“Narco Hitman Main Theme” – Charles-Henri Avelange (5.1 WAV)

$1.99 USD

This is the main theme of the Amazon Prime suspense-thriller feature “Narco Hitman.” A highly successful hitman for a drug cartel is drawn into a deadly game of cat and mouse after he is betrayed and his lover killed. Plotting his revenge, he is once again drawn into the world of murder for hire while a local sheriff tries to uncover his dark secrets.

Enjoy this special 5.1 surround mix of the “Narco Hitman” Main Theme, from the “Narco Hitman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” album release. A combination of lush orchestral strings and ominous analog synths texture and special effects were used to create the atmosphere of this tension-driven score. The 5.1 mix will surely make you enter the mind of a dangerous hitman.

Blue Sun Rises – Debra Lyn (3D Binaural WAV)

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“Blue Sun Rises” is the title track from Debra Lyn’s album of the same name. As Debra’s third CD for Nashville-based Palette Records, this album brings together traditional music that clearly speaks to her Irish/Scottish/English heritage and intricately weaves these influences with original material. “Blue Sun Rises” features Debra Lyn on vocals, Baritone Acoustic Guitar, Irish flute and Whistle, Celtic Harp, Bass, Hands and Percussion. The album was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Jeff Silverman, Palette Music-Studio-Productions. Jeff also co-wrote many of the songs with Debra and adds his signature style of performance on bass and baritone acoustic guitar throughout the album.

Chameleon – Magenta (5.1 FLAC)

$17.99 USD

Magenta are a Welsh progressive-rock outfit currently consisting of Christina Booth on lead vocals, Rob Reed on keyboards and backing vocals, and Chris Fry on electric guitar. Reed takes his musical influences from ‘70s-era progressive rock acts such as Genesis, Mike Oldfield, Yes, and Renaissance. Already a musical adventure, Reed’s 5.1 surround mix takes Chameleon (2011) to the next level.

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Chasing The Ghost – Special Edition – Collide (5.1 WAV)

$17.99 USD

Collide is an American industrial music duo from Los Angeles, California that formed in 1992. Their music incorporates elements of trip-hop, synth pop, and Middle Eastern melodies to form a wholly unique sound.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their fourth studio album, Chasing The Ghost (2000), new stereo & 5.1 surround remixes were created and issued alongside previously-unheard outtakes.

Side-Line Magazine on Chasing The Ghost: “…this is an ethereal, emotive disc that crosses the cold fire of early Siouxsie with the warm urgency of modern trip hop, yet wholly manages to defy categorization.”

Division – Eolian (5.1 FLAC)

$11.99 USD

Eolian’s Division is a concept album about the disparate experiences of a community. On March 12, 2019, an ice storm knocked out power in various areas all over North America for several days. We slept from sundown to sunrise. Across the street the homes never lost power. For them things were as normal.

On March 12, 2020, the coronavirus caused a local and global lockdown. We saw a division of society, ethics, access, belief, and sides. The house across the street faced eviction. These songs came from those times. In this album, there’s a storm, a power outage, divisional experiences, and a switch of power. When access to power is shared, a spark starts a fire that burns down both sides. All will rebuild.

Dorothee Munyaneza – Dorothee Munyaneza (5.1 FLAC)

$17.99 USD

Dorothee Munyaneza initially gained worldwide exposure following her film music debut on the soundtrack of the Oscar-nominated 2004 feature film “Hotel Rwanda.” Her subsequent recording collaborations with Afro Celt Sound System as a guest singer on their Real World Records releases, “Volume 5 – Anatomic” (2005) and “Capture” (2010) and occasional live performances with the band were greeted with critical acclaim, with her impassioned singing making her instantly popular among the devotees of the band worldwide. This solo project, developed over several years with Grammy-nominated composer, producer and engineer Martin Russell, marks her full emergence into the world music arena.

Dream – Seay (5.1 FLAC, Atmos MP4, 3D Binaural WAV)

$2.29 USD

With her distinctive voice and evocative sound, American born award winning artist, SEAY (pronounced ‘say’) has gained prominence as both a vocalist and composer. With her signature vocals and uplifting sound, the beauty of Seay’s artistry draws listeners from across the globe, with music in the Pop, World and New Age genres, airing on radio, satellite and syndicated programs with several million plays of her videos. Seay is a Billboard multi award winning artist, Global Music and Peace Ambassador with Project Peace on Earth and a three-time recipient of the Peace Song Awards. Her current 2021 special release “Dream”, Mixed and Mastered by Jeff Silverman at Palette Studio, Nashville, TN, is a reflection of her mission to illuminate the world and fill the listener with light, life, and imagination.

Evidence Unearthed – Alan Williams (5.1 FLAC)

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Evidence Unearthed is the brand new 25-year-old album from Alan Williams. Originally titled Evidence, the album was recorded in 1994-95 and intended for a Spring 1995 release. A study in contrast, Evidence Unearthed pushes the elements familiar to fans of Birdsong to wider extremes – louder and softer, more complex yet comfortable in simplicity. A once-buried treasure is now Evidence Unearthed.

The “Standard” edition features the 5.1 album. The “Deluxe” edition features the 5.1 album + instrumental mixes.

 

Metamorphosis – Magenta (5.1 FLAC)

$17.99 USD

Magenta’s Metamorphosis (2008) features just four tracks: 20-minute epics “The Ballad Of Samuel Layne” and “Metamorphosis” sit alongside the shorter “Prekestolen” and “Blind Faith,” showcasing composer Rob Reed’s ability to merge complexity with accessibility.

Magenta are a Welsh progressive-rock outfit currently consisting of Christina Booth on lead vocals, Rob Reed on keyboards and backing vocals, and Chris Fry on electric guitar. Reed takes his musical influences from ‘70s-era progressive rock acts such as Genesis, Mike Oldfield, Yes, and Renaissance.

Old Black Roller (Single) – Grant Maloy Smith (3D Binaural WAV)

$2.29 USD

From the Billboard Top 10 album Dust Bowl: American Stories by Grant Maloy Smith, comes the single “Old Black Roller.” Put on your headphones or fire up your speakers and prepare for a musical journey into the Great Plains of the 1930s, when it stopped raining for nearly a decade, and enormous dust storms ravaged the land and its people. This is a powerful musical tour de force from the IMC Hall of Fame inductee Grant Maloy Smith. Available in a 3D binaural mix by producer Jeff Silverman (Palette Records, Nashville).

Sanctuary II – Rob Reed (5.1 FLAC)

$17.99 USD

Sanctuary II (2016) is multi-instrumentalist, composer, and Magenta keyboardist Rob Reed’s follow-up to the acclaimed Sanctuary (2014) album. Heavily inspired by Mike Oldfield’s classic ‘70s material, Rob single-handedly composed, produced, and mixed the album. The dense, contrapuntal arrangements of Sanctuary II make it a perfect candidate for immersive audio, and Rob has delivered on that front with an incredible 5.1 surround mix.

Seven – Magenta (5.1 FLAC)

$17.99 USD

With seven tracks inspired by the seven deadly sins in religious teachings, Seven (2004) is a conceptual progressive rock tour-de-force. It’s another masterpiece from Magenta, a Welsh progressive-rock outfit currently consisting of Christina Booth on lead vocals, Rob Reed on keyboards and backing vocals, and Chris Fry on electric guitar. Reed takes his musical influences from ‘70s-era progressive rock acts such as Genesis, Mike Oldfield, Yes, and Renaissance.

Signs and Wonders – Birdsong At Morning (5.1 FLAC)

$16.99 USD$19.99 USD

Birdsong At Morning was formed in 2007 by Alan Williams, Darleen Wilson, and Greg Porter as a means of resurrecting musical identities that had been set aside while pursuing other careers. Like Dorothy stepping into Oz, the sound of Birdsong At Morning bursts from sepia into technicolor! Expansive, confident, and powerful, Signs and Wonders was issued in 2018 as a CD/Blu-ray package in both stereo and 5.1.

The “Standard” edition features the 5.1 album. The “Deluxe” edition” features the 5.1 album + instrumental mixes.

The Coal Comes Up (Single) – Grant Maloy Smith (5.1 FLAC, Dolby Atmos MP4, Dolby Atmos WAV, and 3D Binaural MP3)

$2.29 USD

“The Coal Comes Up” is the first single from Grant Maloy Smith’s album Appalachia: American Stories. Released 28 May 2021, the song describes the life of a coal miner, looking through his eyes. He’s old and broken up now after a life of dangerous work, but he’s not bitter or asking for pity. On the contrary, he’s proud that his work provided a stable family life. Without coal, America could not have been built. Mixed by Jeff Silverman (Palette Records, Nashville), the immersive single is available in 5.1 FLAC, Dolby Atmos WAV, and 3D binaural MP3 and WAV formats.

The Golden Bonana – Mr. Afternoon (5.1 FLAC)

$9.99 USD

The Golden Bonana (2021) is a conceptual jazz-fusion album about a gorilla named Steve undertaking a journey to find a golden banana. This unique storyline combined with the you-are-there perspective that multichannel sound offers yields a one-of-a-kind immersive experience.

Mr. Afternoon is the stage name of an up-and-coming artist and audio engineer specializing in immersive audio. His debut statement as a solo artist, The Golden Bonana (2021), was designed from-the-ground-up with 5.1 surround sound in mind.

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The Original – Combo Audio (Atmos MP4, 5.1 WAV, 3D Binaural WAV and MP3)

$12.99 USD

Combo Audio was a Champaign/Chicago based rock band performing and recording between 1980 and 1987. Originally formed as a project and vehicle for songs written by John Kellogg and collaborator Rick Neuhaus, it eventually evolved into a live performing trio. Produced and mixed by John Kellogg, known for his extensive work with surround sound, Combo Audio’s “The Original” is back for all to enjoy its new wave college rock glory in multiple immersive versions – 5.1, Atmos, and virtual binaural.

The Twenty-Seven Club – Magenta (5.1 FLAC)

$17.99 USD

The Twenty-Seven Club (2013) is another powerful release from Magenta, the Welsh progressive-rock group featuring Christina Booth on lead vocals, Rob Reed on keyboards and backing vocals, and Chris Fry on electric guitar. Reed takes his musical influences from ‘70s-era progressive rock acts such as Genesis, Mike Oldfield, Yes, and Renaissance.

The six-track album was inspired by the now-infamous group of musicians who tragically passed at the age of 27 (Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, etc).