With the prevalence of slow harmonies, the lethargic spaces of its melodies seems to open the doors of a new and more colorful dimension, although the core of its serene components seems to remain stagnant for most of the time. Quite relaxing, exponentially ascendant through the translucent crystal hemispheres of its stable harmonies, Earth Room slowly capitulates the remnants of a more enigmatic surface of sound, that dilutes in the anatomy of its existential grace the clear tones of a universe made entirely of an unconscious, but compact despair, that becomes the meaning of all lucid thoughts.
Despite the fact that the album is relatively concise, its musical horizon is deep, and the artist clearly perceives what he has the obligation to achieve, since no ordinary boundaries of style consumes his preordained – but at the same time discreet – level of artistry. With a lot of beauty revolving around the densities of its sensible notes, Earth Room is an interesting album, despite some restrictions and limitations that makes the work to be extensively predictable.
About Earth Room, you can definitely notice that the artist follows closely and exhibits with majesty the most preponderant qualities of the genre, working very well it’s most vital and peripheral virtues. On the other hand, the album has monotonous passages, that doesn’t do any harm to the album in general, but makes the listening experience somewhat tiresome. A work that has an excellent technical groundwork, though, Earth Room certainly aggregates positive points on the fugacious tapestry of its genre of choice, exposing on the peculiarities of its singular universe the sound of a cosmic existence that has yet to be created.