Although the sound seems simple at first, the exceptional creativity displayed by József Tóth is immersed in a horizon of infatuated authenticity, whose splendorous and magnificent beauty becomes gracefully correlated with the majestic sensibility of his musical style. With poetic, but straightforward guitar lines — perfectly aligned with a passionate and expressively authorial density, whose genuine proficiency circumnavigates the horizon of its own intrinsic nature —, the formidable sonorous journey engraved by the artist's personal musical ambitions elucidate the reason of a projective sensibility, that emanates directly from the creational perspective of an inherently graceful, restless and objective mind.
Despite the fact that the sound goes down in generally abstract paths, the style of the artist is expressively clean, sensible and direct. While the melodies can be entirely appreciated over the strikingly graceful elements of dissolute beauty that define its structure, its graceful harmonies float above the existence of a pure and simple tenderness, that mantains consistently the impeccable nature of its wonderful paroxism, as well as the technical proficiency that gives the music an extensive support to generate accurately a perceptive and marvelous sense of spectacular infinity.
Although the sound becomes too homogeneous after some time, the style of the artist is overwhelmingly dynamic and exceedingly promising; his ability to make spectacular music is easy to perceive from the beginning of the record. While the best tracks, in my modest opinion, are the first two — Aquiver and Mellifluous —, the entire record is an extraordinary sensorial experience. Undoubtedly, Ineffable is a very good album, that deserves to be discovered and widely appreciated.