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Channeling Love

There are not many albums I buy in full from iTunes, but this is a rare exception. Every track is an A+++....

Also, If Prince Rama is playing in your town, go and see them ! It an amazing experience!

Channeling wonders...

Prince Rama's new album continues their blend of beautiful voices meets sometimes bizarre, always creative and beautiful sounds. All of their albums so far have been transcendent enough for repeated listens. There's no one out there like them although their lovely vocals sometimes remind me of a goth band of the 90s "Switchblade Symphony" who were also a girl-duo. But Prince Rama are all their own and are truly and unruly originals!


Formed: 2007 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brooklyn-based "now age" group Prince Rama (formerly known as Prince Rama of Ayodhya) formed in 2007 around the talents of Michael Collins and sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson. The trio members, who were raised in a Hare Krishna-centric Florida community, met in high school and began their musical journey as a straight-up punk-pop outfit, but a year in a Boston art school, as well as a steady diet of Amon Düül, Animal Collective, and Gang Gang Dance records, helped them make the transition from wannabe...
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