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"The music is decidedly upbeat, uplifting, forward moving, and positive."

                     Dyan Garris, New Age CD

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“The ten tracks comprise a beautiful, constantly fascinating dream you won’t soon want to wake from.”
                                                       JW Vibe

New Album Released July 12

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Award winning Holland Phillips' releases his 12th album on July 12th of this year.  Titled

'A Sense of Distance', this powerful new album is a collection of songs chosen specifically to elicit self-reflection and positivity.  Holland's lush orchestrations and expertly crafted melodies combine to create a deeply personal musical journey for the listener, using elements of Contemporary New Age, pop, neo-classical, ambient and jazz.  Produced by Holland and Ronnie Campbell and mastered by 3X Grammy(R) Award winner Ricky Kej, this album is big both in terms of its orchestration, its pristine production and its sound.

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“Sweeping musical fusion colors the listener’s imagination about past and future possibilities, connecting a sense of wonder with dreams of boundless optimism.  Highly recommended.”
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Holland's eleventh album released worldwide in 2022, and was nominated for Best Contemporary Instrumental album in Europe.  Not to be missed, this album is heartfelt, personal and engaging, and it sets a new bar for instrumental albums in the New Age and Contemporary Instrumental genres.  Reviewers call him prolific, and they don't even know the half of it.  Although he writes new material for each of his instrumental albums, he also has a personal backlog of hundreds of songs, both instrumental and vocal.  Holland typically writes and records between the hours of Midnight and dawn's light, because there's less 'noise' during those hours and that helps him hear the music better.  Regardless, that helps him produce singularly addictive melodies and soundscapes.  Not your typical New Age music,the album includes everything from soft and romantic songs to intriguing and powerful.

Holland Phillips' beautiful instrumental music defies categorization.  Call it New Age, Contemporary Instrumental or Dream Pop, or even Electronic.  Whatever you call it, Holland uses keyboards, flutes, electric and acoustic guitars and pianos to weave rhythmic and melodic musical tapestries into unforgettable songs. He creates his albums specifically to create an immersive musical journey for the listener.  In 2023 he also released some of his more upbeat music, many with vocals, adding his singer/songwriter vocals to enhance the rich tapestry of music he creates. 

His music has been nominated or won numerous awards, including Contemporary Instrumental Album of the Year (3X), Piano with Instrumentation Album of the Year (2X), Song of the Year (2X), Best Electronic Album of the Year, Album of the Year (2X), and more.  His music can be heard in over 124 countries on radio stations around the world, sleep radio, and on airline in-flight music programs.,  This is New Age, Contemporary Instrumental, and traditional pop music at its best.

“Holland Phillips must be regarded as one of the best multi-instrumentalists around today.  He has a breathtaking ability to tie melodies and moods in an almost unique way.”
One World Music Radio

“I find that I can’t say enough good things about this album; it’s brilliantly gorgeous all the way through.”
                                                              New Age CD

"Very nicely done in every regard, but that is Holland Phillips' music."

                                   New Age CD staff

"If you're looking for performances that are full of intriguing heartfelt musical magic, you need look no further than Holland's latest album Standing in Motion."

Dick Metcalf,  Contemporary Fusion Reviews