The main idea is to produce a synthesis using archaic traditions of the Orient
and elements of the modern civilizations of the Western world.
The musicians, being not of a Tibetan origin, play authentic Tibetan
instruments (dung-chen, gyan-ling, surna, damaru, shang, rolmo, sil-nyan,
drilbu, dung-kar, rnga etc.) and sing using quite unique techniques of
harmonic and overtone chanting practiced in different monasteries of the
Bonpos and Buddhists.
The soundscape is formed with the help of unifying different genres and
instruments of Tibet and Europe. Concrete music, noise, ethnic tunes of
Siberia, North America and Tibet, power electro, ambient, industrial, as well
as the famous overtone chanting of Tibetan monks - all these styles create a
new sonic reality, where the sacred dancing of Cham rituals and Tantric
practices of Tibetan Buddhism take place.