With a vivid and organic spontaneity, each and every note of the sound is a majestic evocation of hazardous infinity. While the artist definitely has its own style, it is noticeable by its proficient and highly concentrated sound how the style evolved from its own dehydrated dreams of everlasting grace. There is a calm and serene nostalgia that revolves around the beauty of its own vicinities, behind the ardent passion of powerfully elusive guitar notes, that precedes the horizon of its own splendor, at the twilight of its marvelously and endless imaginative light.
Despite the qualities that are abundant all the way through, somewhere along the way, it becomes evident that the artist became trapped in the limitations of his own creativity, as the album progresses, and notably becomes severely predictable. Nevertheless, this does not damage the album at all; the sound somehow levitates at the expansive diagram of its own solitude, and the darkness of all thoughts are effusively redirected to the potential harmonies of its wonderful sincerities, as the sound dies on the vapor of its own protuberant clouds, to reborn as the axis of a musical aphorism, that never dies over the dreams of its peripheral world.
Mosaic I: l'amour et l'ardeur is a very good album. You definitely will not be surprised by it, but the density, the sagacity and the originality of the music will certainly please you. Versatile enough to deserve some attention, the poetic delicacy and the sensible beauty present in the general framework of the album makes it worthwhile listening. Definitely, you will be way more happy and serene after this marvelous sonorous experience.