Sanjiva

Real Name:
Charles Reix
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Sanjiva Discography Tracks

Albums

SSV 1J 101 Sanjiva - The Journey album art Sanjiva The Journey(CD, Album) Ninetysix Sounds SSV 1J 101 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
SSV 1O 103 Sanjiva - Origin album art Sanjiva Origin(CD, Album) Ninetysix Sounds SSV 1O 103 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
SSV 1E 104 Sanjiva - Essence album art Sanjiva Essence(CD, Album) Ninetysix Sounds SSV 1E 104 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
SSV 1I 102 Sanjiva - Initiation album art Sanjiva Initiation(CD, Album) Ninetysix Sounds SSV 1I 102 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
SSV 1R 109 Sanjiva - Radiance album art Sanjiva Radiance(CD) Ninetysix Sounds SSV 1R 109 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
MAGCD-108 Sanjiva - Tales From The Land Of Osho album art Sanjiva Tales From The Land Of Osho(CD, Album) Magada International MAGCD-108 Canada 1998 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

30202 Sanjiva - Secret Rooms / Over Flowing Delight album art Sanjiva Secret Rooms / Over Flowing Delight(12") Ninetysix Sounds 30202 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
30205 Sanjiva - Untitled album art Chris Zippel & Sanjiva Chris Zippel & Sanjiva - Untitled(12") Ninetysix Sounds 30205 Germany 1997 Sell This Version

Compilations

MAGCD-107 Sanjiva Fragments(CD, Comp) Magada International MAGCD-107 Canada 1998 Sell This Version

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Articuno

Articuno

March 1, 2018
edited 8 months ago
Unfortunately Sanjiva switched to minimal ambient drone music, got rid of the acid and beats, and added in some new age-y instruments. He now has 20+ newer, rather boring albums that nobody has bothered entering on Discogs. Another sad case of quantity over quality and music lacking character. His ambient drone music isn't terrible, it's just too plain, generic, and doesn't stand out from the crowd of others producing similar stuff.
plord

plord

December 24, 2016
I'm surprised to see no comments at all on Sanjiva's music. This is excellent, well produced psychedelic chillout music with occasional forays into danceable BPMs. As track titles suggest, there isn't much darkness here, few to no abrasive timbres, just rolling acid lines and bleeply melodies over a rich bed of atmospheric pads. Fans of the mellower side of psytrance should definitely give these a listen.

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