Full of restraint and fairly minimalistic, it is one the most beautiful album that you can listen on and on, always appreciating new little things.
It feels contemplative, like observing nature, and reminiscing on its beauty. In the abstract there are touch of humans trough piano and chords, but sparsely.
Favorite track: kalel.
The amount of cutting on this album turns what should be a simple track into a mosaic of many angles and edges. Essentially, a mirrored polygon of sounds, bouncing off one another in rapid precision, and yet somehow creating harmonics rarely heard. Metome loads a piano and slap bass, and scatters it across space, only for it to work in their favor and ours.
Truly bliss to listen to when gazing upwards onto the heavens or a frozen woodrose, appreciating every little detail etched upon it. DJ Home Movies