What I love about this album is it’s value of simplicity over complexity. All the songs are less than two minutes, and that urgency to create an abundance of colour and life into vignettes of experimental music is impressive. Such an odd collection of jazz, folk, electronic and rock influences make this album destined for cult obscurity.
This album re-examines the platform of ambient music, composed largely with blurry, dazed pads nestling under blip-blop synthesized reverberations. There is a calmness in it’s sonic air but there’s also an added drizzle of sinister intent. This isn’t the most distinctive music landscape you’ll hear, but it has a certain allure and appeal you just can’t explain.