With intriguing melodies and ostensibly intense harmonies, Open Mind has a powerful system of digressions that exhilarates its uniqueness, engraved in the soul of the music. With the expansive layer of a more experimental and tenacious audacity, the musician really knows how to extrapolate the terms of his flexible musical aphorisms, generating into the flames of his style an unpredictable elusive sound, that discreetly flirts with post rock, and nu and post metal as well. Although I haven’t found this album to be a great masterpiece, with some passages apparently sounding a little repetitive, Open Mind is an album with an impressive conjuncture of amazing qualities, that surprisingly has shaped with the vibrating intonations of its universal symmetry of playful sounds an inimitable style of its own.
With a continual technique that allows him to explore candidly the vast possibilities of his own rhythms, the artist has created a maze of formidable dynamic intricacy, that solidifies in the extemporal sensibility of his own intuition the anticipation of a latent sonorous result, that offers to the listener the unavoidable distinction of a very singular sound, that remarkably reshapes itself, at the round of each track.
An interesting album, that has on the verge of its progressive elements the lucid originality of a marvelous and exponentially creative artist, Open Mind is an experimental rock album that abundantly disperses the playfulness of extraordinary elements, ambitiously revoked at the epicenter of its own delighted fractal illusions. In the horizon of beautiful melodies and formidably elongated harmonies, this album will conquer the hearts of literally all genre enthusiasts. Certainly, reveals a tremendously talented exponent that has a lot to aggregate in the underground music scene.