Kevin Keller Joins Wavepaths
London-based therapeutic music developer Wavepaths has just added composer and recording artist Kevin Keller to their roster of artists. Keller will be creating custom soundscapes and music for the Wavepaths system, designed to help therapists and patients in psychedelic therapy through generative and adaptive music.
In their search for new creative partnerships, Keller was an obvious choice for Wavepaths because of his experience as both an ambient recording artist (with 13 albums to date) and as a media composer. Well known in the ambient music genre for such albums as “The Front Porch of Heaven” and “Shimmer”, Kevin Keller is an American composer who has worked in the spaces between neo-classical, ambient, and electronic music for over 25 years. He was the Principal Composer for San Francisco’s Morrison Planetarium from 1997-2003, and also created the music for “Our Senses”, a popular exhibit at New York’s American Museum of Natural History.
“I’m very excited about this new partnership with Wavepaths, because their mission perfectly aligns with my own views of music and its power as a restorative, spiritual experience,” says Keller.
Founded by neuroscientist Dr. Mendel Kaelen, Wavepaths evolved out of the first clinical trial into psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression at Imperial College London, and provides an approach to wellbeing that reconnects us with our innate capacities to heal through music, technology, and psychedelic science. Other artists who have contributed to Wavepaths include Jon Hopkins, Greg Haines, and Robert Rich.