A stunning composition, simply put – not only a fine display of superb musicianship, but a genuinely original audio journey that promises great things for the future of original musical scores.
Always the artist toys with the very fabric of sound design, and always he maintains a sense of audience awareness – a knowledge that experimentation alone can lose attention, but combine it with the artistic building blocks known to appeal, and you’re onto a winner.
Spirit of Hope feels like the sort of medicine that you look forward to taking. And not just because you have to. May it enter into you and enhance your hopefulness, too. A tremendous album.
Complete with a rising sense of brightness and possibility, as acoustic beginnings progress and evolve into fullness and optimism, The World Again looks toward the future with wide and hopeful eyes.
An ethereal & enigmatic work of mastery. There’s a point between musical creation & finding a backdoor hack into the human psyche that Miyuki has somehow mastered.
Incredibly clever, supremely well written & produced. There’s such a stylish contrast between the realism of the lyrics & the somewhat magical, perhaps exaggerated feel of the instrumentation.
The compositions within this project are sensational. The detail is incredible, the emotions that come through hit with absolute impact. The music envelops you in drama, fear, hope, and possibility.
Bringing together a distinctly dreamlike array of songs driven with an emotionally connected leading voice, presenting each concept & melody in a way that really opens the music up to a string of new audiences.
The song is the sort that begins to transform as you listen, it starts to belong to each individual witnessing it, and that’s a wonderful thing.
Endless moments of movement & change underline countless ideas. The soundscapes create a profound experience, featuring fullness & emptiness intermittently.
This track is an example of a producer storming forwards to centre stage, and joyfully, skillfully, thoughtfully; creating an experience for all audiences.
There’s a strangely cinematic effect to the music, whereby the art of it stretches much further than what is audible. It’s a stunning effect.