The music of the album is amazingly beautiful, primordially elegant, relaxing and graciously sophisticated. Aligned with sensitive musical parameters that innovates the mordacity of its own splendid and peaceful fugacity, Solar Walk II uncovers an ocean of spiritual amazement and rapture that liquefies at the axis of its impenetrable realm of everlasting density; everything becomes involved in a dense hemisphere of sound that defines a new type of perception for the essential vitality of conscience. And as the sound evolves, you become more and more fascinated, until the perception of the colorful universe around you dilutes into an infinite grace of extremely satisfactory and energized nothingness.
Seventy-nine minutes long, the record has nine extensive tracks: 1) Gravity Free;
2) Inverted Worlds; 3) Hidden Planet; 4) Languor 2.0; 5) Earth-Moon; 6) In The Middle;
7) Betelgeuse; 8) Night Meeting (Verges Of Time); 9) Sanctum; a marvelously great album with a style of its own, Solar Walk II is a sensational space ambient opera, that overcomes the glory of its own methodic structure. Despite a general linear simplicity, there is so much reverberating grandiosity inside the parallax of the sonorous flexible tenacity of this work, that its preponderant sensibilities creates an entirely new universe of detached splendor, that captivates the conscious perception of sound without the dissolution of its mostly unified atmosphere.
A glorious album that displays a genuine and deeply cohesive sense of artistry, Solar Walk II is one of the most beautiful albums I have heard on the genre. With a consistent and firmly conceived musical style whose strength departs from a salutary perception of lucid beauty, Solar Walk II reveals itself as one of the most splendorous and fascinating albums ever released in the history of progressive space ambient music. For enthusiasts of the genre, it’s an epic moment of celebration, without any exaggeration.