Welcome!

“My music is intended to alter your consciousness, to tap into a timeless realm of ecstatic inspiration. I’m convinced of the power of music to astonish us, to transport us to worlds that we can’t see (or even imagine) and, ultimately, to make us more truly ourselves. Music, for me, is soul-shaking, ritual, deepcore magic – and transcendent play. I hope you enjoy the music!”

Greg Moorcroft, Composer & Musician

Projects

eyes cast down

Ethereal, progressive soundscapes, using guitars, synths, percussion, voices and more. Seven solo and two collaborative releases, with over a dozen compilations and guest appearances. Live performances include The Gatherings and Star’s End in October 2017.

Latest Release:

The Classical World

Visit My Classical Music Site. See the Sandcat Lullaby video and catch up on the latest music. Commissions for new work are welcomed!

Mukunda’s Friends

Ecstatic devotional project. Meditative vocal music, with guitars, synths, percussion and more. Two albums and one single released so far.

Latest Release:

Latest Posts

Tibetan Return: Melencholia and Comfort Music

Tibetan Return: Melencholia and Comfort Music

Finally! After over eight years, I was able to return to a favorite old relaxing ground, the Tibetan-Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center, near Bloomington, Indiana. My prior visit was the last week of October 2013. An exquisite laziness prevailed, the priority being to...

2021 in Review: “Just Write it Down.”

2021 in Review: “Just Write it Down.”

Finalizing the 12-String part for Vision Opening just before recording, Jan. 15/22. Photo by Daci. 2021 continued the strong momentum in composition from 2020, but with much more time for recording. That’s because Carving in Shadows, the vision-quest album in...

New Album: Visions of Old Souls

New Album: Visions of Old Souls

(Photo (c) 2021 by Jennifer New. Used with permission; all rights reserved.) Some album projects rise up spontaneously and fructify quickly from a fully-formed idea, without any warning. Divinations, We Once Were Lost and Personal Bhajan all happened that way. So it...

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