Because that's exactly what you get from the English one-man project: soothing soundscapes, seemingly driving on Tibetan singing bowls. Those usually remind me of another project: Svaixt. If you don't know Svaixt, don't worry. I don't think it is (or was) a massively popular act. Yet, in this household, it's a very common name and certainly a compliment towards Akoustik Timbre Frekuency. We love this kind of free floating music, filling the air with relaxing sounds.
That being said, I think this project is slowly drifting away from the dark ambient world and coming close to regular, be it experimental, ambient. That shouldn't be a bad thing by the way, on the contrary. It makes references towards acts like Laraaji possible and credible. So yes, this album comes highly recommended to any fan of ambient music, dark or bright. Check it out, it just might be your guiding light through the dark days at the end of the year.