White Sun Sets the Mood for New Music at BMI’s LA Office

White Sun Sets the Mood for New Music at BMI’s LA Office

Following their GRAMMY-winning second album, new age music creators White Sun are basking in the glow of their third release, White Sun III, and deservedly so. The pioneering band, which consists of Gurujas Khalsa, Adam Berry and Harijiwan Khalsa, recently let their new music spin for 100 eager listeners at BMI’s LA office before the release of their double album on September 28. Not surprisingly, the crowd was spellbound. It’s no wonder White Sun’s mesmerizing music, which took the GRAMMY for Best New Age Album, has topped the charts for Billboard, Amazon and iTunes, while amassing 20 million streams across six continents.

White Sun Release New LP ‘White Sun III’

White Sun Release New LP ‘White Sun III’

The Los Angeles-based New Age band White Sun released their third studio album, the double-LP White Sun III, on September 28th. The 90-minute project follows two previous albums, their 2015 self-titled debut, which reached Number One on the iTunes World Music chart, and 2016’s White Sun II, which topped Billboard’s New Age chart and secured Best New Age Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

Mantra as Medicine: A Conversation with White Sun’s Gurujas

Music so powerful that it wins a Grammy and the attention of UCLA researchers doesn’t just happen by chance. This is music created with intention and purpose. Yoga supergroup White Sun’s second album broke through the Grammy mantra barrier. After hitting #1 on Billboard’s New Age Chart and#2 on Billboard’s World Chart, White Sun II won the 2017 Grammy for Best New Age Album.

Interview White Sun Gong

Interview White Sun Gong

Most people connect easily to music, as the blood flow in our brains changes when we listen to it. White Sun's music positively affects the glandular system as well, because it contains mantras, which influence the waves of the mind. Harijiwan's Gong playing has the same effect vibrationally, but the sound is more primal.

Psychiatric Times

Psychiatric Times

Results suggest that yoga can be a cognitive enhancement or brain fitness exercise that can confer similar or even more extensive cognitive resilience than memory training—the gold standard—in older adults.

Meditation in this study was practiced with music recorded on the White Sun album, which received a Grammy award this year.