Almost forty-eight minutes long, the album has nine tracks: 1) Nigredo; 2) Red Turtle; 3) Orange Orchid; 4) Yellow Liana; 5) Green Hermit; 6) Blue Lion; 7) Indigo Mushroom; 8) Violet Octopus; 9) Albedo; with lucid harmonies marvelously crafted into deeply imponderable sonorous devices, Meiosis is a formidably pleasurable experience from the start. With surprisingly innovative and unexpected musical features, the originality and the graciously audacious level of creativity present in the work certainly deserves to be highly emphasized and appreciated. Incorporating elements from alternative music, electronica, neoclassical and even hip-hop, the style that emerges from this album is superbly unique, and its sensational singularity displays such a powerful degree of virtuosity, that you immediately perceive yourself to be listening to an extraordinary and resolute masterpiece.
Despite the simple sound structures, every song on this album is a majestic work of art, made from the quintessential perceptions of the artist’s visionary sensibility. With a pungent, dense and vibrant atmosphere, the glorious symphonies delicately displayed by this work reveals profound and erudite musical ambitions, efficiently filtered by a lucid, albeit fearless sense of dynamic inventiveness. Although all the tracks are fantastically wonderful, my favorite songs are Nigredo and Blue Lion.
With the right degree of experimentalism precisely inserted into its effervescently expansive musical diagram, Meiosis reveals itself a gracious and impressive artistic effort, preciously conceived as a singular universe within the artist’s soul. With a serene, beautiful and graciously poetic musical style, a colorful horizon of hope emerges from Meiosis, without renouncing the depressive darkness that resists at the epicenter of its galactic despondency. A deeply peculiar and exceptionally singular album, Meiosis definitely deserves to be categorized as one of a kind; certainly one of the best underground albums of the century, without exaggeration!