Well, long ago, like 30-40 years, I did like the styles that would later become “new age” and listened to it quite a bit: Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Jean-Paul Jarre, Mike Oldfield. It was (is) good stuff, look it up. I guess you could call it early electronica, but not the dance kind. Considering how crude synthesizers would be at time, it was more amazing, and probably better, because couldn’t just be coded into a computer and automated. (there were early “sequencers,” but nothing like the digital editing artists have today).
BTW interesting bit of history. Richard Branson of Virgin Orbit and now a pseudo-astronaut(?) claims that the origin of his company and wealth from Virgin Records was largely advanced by the new age movement at that time and named a mission
I am guessing that maybe “Pt. 2” will be a “real” orbit. He’s only, like, 70.
EDIT: noted that the “space-plane” mission he flew was different, not the Virgin Orbit launch system.