The entrance to this album (“Unexplained Stillness”) is a very dense, most mysterious and clouded affair, fortunately shifting to gentle sparkling, spacious and more accessible textures after that.
The recording offers a selection of tranquil meditations and slow evolving nocturnal soundscapes, wandering into melancholic lands occasionally. Of all tracks I consider “Too many secrets” a highlight due to the expert layering and extending of textures to almost symphonic/ethereal grandness.
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