Their sound is very calm. Wise and intricate, but at the same time vigorously transcending, there is an element of imponderability that takes your mind to travel distant places and uncover distant realms, in a wide range of sonorous sensibilities. With a style categorically shaped to sound elusive and distant, their rhythmic dissonances are strikingly close to one’s soul, and you really feel a sense of mindful renovation after listening to an album like Dawn.
With its almost minimalistic touch of graceful melodic detail, there is an imperious sense of greatness that prevails over the subtle intricacy of its style, that simulates the creation, and subsequent expansion, of a hidden universe previously unseen by our human individualist tendencies. Settling the score for an aggrandizing and serene, but nonetheless sometimes disruptive and pervasively tense atmosphere, Tiny Fingers dilutes in a parallel universe of sensorial despondency the verve for an incredible voyage throughout infinity, that has on its carefully developed peculiar and audaciously experimental style the only probable solution to the conspicuous nature of a sonorous destitution. Invariably involved by its surreal premises, we forget what kind of particular hallucinations the marvelous music of Tiny Fingers has inserted upon our mind structures.
Nevertheless, this album is really meant for audiences previously introduced to minimalist experimental rock and space ambient music, otherwise the record can be felt as a tedious and monotonous experience, given the almost static nature of its style. But it has beautiful melodies and strikingly soft, yet powerfully sentimental tones, that drive the harmonies into a wide layer of cosmic completeness, that embraces the real feeling of an imaginary space travel. Eventually, in what concerns their formidable creativity, musical capabilities, and general scope, I can’t avoid conceding this work the highest praise on the genre, which is not only fair, but necessary, even the album being so extensively long. If you like this type of music, Dawn, by Tiny Fingers, certainly is a record that you should listen to.