Like I highlighted above, the musical style of the artist is simple, but definitely there is a profound musical dimension and genuine authorial vigor intrinsic to the music, that explores in a marvelously subtle atmosphere the grandiosity of its own intuitive sonorous ascendancy. The artist definitely works the general elements of the genre in a higher category, establishing over the dark cathedral of its daringly peculiar and personal universe a more definite style, despite occasionally resenting itself from a homogeneous sonority. Nevertheless, there is quite an abstract elegance profoundly attached to its gray and despondent barriers of sound, that echoes on the grace of its everlasting calmness a surreal visibility, that almost touches the soul of its fantastic and ethereal essence.
The artist, in some passages, adheres to the strictest qualities of the genre, and we see a translucent sound passing by; the sensorial perception of reality is blurred with its comatose induction, as you contemplate existence more as a nefarious and delusional dream, that will never see the drastic veracity of reason. In essence, it’s another fundamentally suggestive work, that ingratiates itself with your perceptive capacities, leaving you to decide where the final resolution upon which this journey driven by a highly introspective space ambient work should be.
While this album hasn’t too many surprises, it’s definitely an excellent exemplar of organic and highly technical space atmospheric ambient music. With a cohesive and unapologetic style, that creates and conceives a whole universe of indefinite and exponentially serene fantasy, Into Light has some very substantial and proverbial qualities, that will please all ardent enthusiasts of the genre.