One is known for his dark, lingering and ritual soundscapes while the other focuses more on complex emotional ambient music. On 'All That You Wanted' you seem to get the best of both worlds: an intriguing set of ambient tunes to guide you through the lonely summer evenings.
The album contains eight tracks, which come quite varied, even though the overall feeling is one of minimalism. Title track 'All That You Wanted' is a slow, lingering piece of ambient, driving on almost shrieking soundscapes. Many of the other tracks seem to follow that example, although there are a few exceptions. The most notable of those is 'Kest (ft. Beth Roberts)', where minimal synths support fragile vocals. 'This Too Shall Fall' is another one of those exceptions, an eerie, grainy sounding melody.
'Seon' is another one of those mystifying tunes where melody meets atmosphere. I think this is my favorite track here but that's not an easy decision to make, considering the overal quality of this album. Eventually, the eternally droning 'As Light Breaks The Trees' closes this album in style. For ambient fans, this surely is one to check out, especially if you like your ambient somewhat gritty, gloomy and often noisy.