A work easy to decipher, and yet, pleasurable to hear, with its great ambience surrounding stratosphere directed tracks, this is an EP that really does have it all, regarding technique and beauty. With the purity of a soul lying calmly on the ground, the strictly pure elements that form the basis of these songs can be a real, elusive and direct superb confluence of notes, that will surely be considered an astounding motive for pride to the genre.
It is beautiful, and although it can be considered, to a certain extent at least, “radio-friendly” for solitary stations at dawn, it also highlights a very club scene atmosphere, brightly melting exceedingly diffusive electro music elements, which makes greatly astounding the final result of this magnificent work. Nevertheless, despite all of its beauty, like I’ve described above, it is a very short and easy listening album, almost ambient on its simplicity of tones and rhythms.
But I should point it out that it can become indispensable for fans of this specific genre. In my case, it was love at first sight – or better – at first hearing, if you prefer. Magnificent harmonies that elevate you towards the sky, regardless of what you’re thinking, in the simple commonalities of day to day sound, transforms the ordinary and vulgar into something bigger, with essence and meaning. This is what this EP really does, and without despising the proficiency of its pragmatic techniques.
With a real and satisfying refreshing essence that seems to purify to a certain extent the exaltation of this more calm and introspective genre of electronic music, Green is an EP that is as remarkable as it could be invisible. A solid perception of sound, on the other hand, will never pass unnoticed to the ones who are most sensitive to soft, slow and gentile rhythmic upbeats, relying on the ground of kind and sensible harmonies that can easily convince you that you are completely alone on your own universe, and, at the same time, discovering a lot of different things inside yourself.
This EP is highly recommended, although it is set, obviously – despite all of its beauty and idiosyncratic content – to a very specific audience. Lo-Sky is certainly becoming a fundamental milestone on the solidification of his soft-ambient styled genre of electronic music, helping to build, consolidate and define a genre that is breaking boundaries after boundaries, and enlarging its audience, as time goes by. Pure as nature could be, Green is a very protuberating configuration of a beautiful and new kind of sensibility, on the current electronic music scene, setting grounds for ambitious conquests as powerful as the genre will ever be!