While the style of A Pale Void is drastically diluted in the peripheries of mostly calmer and serene melodies, the sound is predominantly vague, opaque and dilated at the epicenter of its sensibilities. With beautiful and peaceful tonalities that ostracize the gentleness of quiet and discreet thoughts, the sonorous style prevalent on Eschew is elegant, though ordinary and predictable to a certain degree. Nevertheless, there is a hidden grandiosity present in the harmonies, that effectively highlights the somber nuances of its most relevant qualities.
With seven tracks – 1) My Love For You; 2) The 11th Hour; 3) Dragontree Rituals; 4) Eschew; 5) Immense Subtlety; 6) Palace of Dreams; 7) Rivers; –, this album presents some beautiful harmonies that ostensibly filters the grandiosity of its own genuine artistic ambitions, something that becomes evident in the title track, a wonderfully magnificent space ambient sonata, whose cohesive sonorous unity navigates over the ocean of a sagaciously effusive and abnormal creative axiom, that rejuvenates into the graceful sensibility of its virtuous horizon of splendor the latent ambivalence of an ambiguous and isolated nefarious rhythm, that desperately wants to conceive in the interior sentimental placidity of life a dark galaxy full of emptiness and solitude.
An intriguing album that has bizarre, but profoundly authentic sonorous virtues – relevant enough to aggregate an innovative set of elements into the genre –, Eschew is a sensible, sinister, technical and methodic album, whose fearless, fugacious and underground experimentalism definitely highlights its proverbial qualities, that are lucid and meticulous enough to create a dense and pristine musical layout, whose ambivalent textures conceives an entirely new and desolated universe, that effectively instigates a projective and inspirational talent, wise enough to completely innovate the space ambient music genre, with a whole new set of amazingly pungent and sinister elements.