The half way mark is really where things start to change, and this is incredibly clever structuring considering the topic of the song.
The music takes on the role of the story. If you listen in full, the experience is a journey; similar to the sort we embark upon when reading fiction.
A musical portrayal or representation of what it is to be alive. The synths & keys offer a winding, unpredictable journey through the mind of the artist.
This is high powered, highly passionate, ever inspiring music, with every possible flavour thrown in at various moments to continuously spice things up.
Something of an audio revolution, the creative production is gripping. Not dissimilar to a soft breeze, with an unexpected edge of industrial modernisation.
There are distinct stories being told by these compositions. The tracks progress as a film would; the gentle & the intense, the highs & the lows.
My earlier albums each had a story or theme. A river, a planet, a person, someone who inspired me. Four was total improvisation, a stream of consciousness.
The title suggests a devotion, and the music explores the feelings, the concept, and hints at the possibilities as to what the song truly represents.
The minimalist, organic sounds that provide the building blocks for the music have something very honest & real about them, it feels extremely genuine.
Atmospheric, charismatic – instrumental music at its very best. A Latin rock backbone surrounded by Victor Samalot’s ever impressive guitar playing.
Reflections of Love is a track that doesn’t simply fall into any particular category of genre. The music is beautiful in a unique and unusual manner, and from the first few moments – the sound sets a mood and conjures up certain emotions that are powerful and memorable. One of the most slept on and perhaps … Continued
These snippets of ambiance & emotion are enough to inspire the most profound of thoughts. The artistry of this release is deeply interesting.