Dusk Notes is a spiritual album that speaks to the Hindu gods, in particular Krishna the god of compassion, tenderness and love; and also one of the most popular and widely revered among Indian divinities. The album features 2 tracks of spoken word devised by Supriya and 4 songs whose melodies date back to to original ragas written in 2nd and 3rd century AD India. Supriya is also a synesthete (where information meant to stimulate one sense stimulates multiple senses) and therefore her music is a full sensory journey for her, involving an array of colours, emotions, taste and smell. The entire album of Dusk Notes has Ragas to suit the mood of a mellow winter evening at the time of twilight just before the sun goes down. Collaborator Duncan Chapman sampled some beautiful natural sounds including the Dawn chorus at Willingham by Stow Lincolnshire, Streams at La Chaux Switzerland, evening ambiences in Helsinki and Bergen and even candles burning in St James Church in Reading.