On this album, British composer David Newlyn treats us to minimal piano pieces, alternating with far stretched soundscapes and synthesiser passages. Furthermore, you can find some guitars, violins, fretless bass and field recordings, all gracefully blending into seven soothing tracks. It's tough to pick a favorite track, since I usually simply enjoy these albums as a whole. If I do have to make a choice, I'd probably go with the eerie 'Purist Notion', certainly since it's followed by the short and rather playful 'Fail These Days'. Or perhaps the dreamy closer 'I'll Walk Back Home', a track perfectly suited for actually walking back home, or anywhere for that matter.
Those three tracks pretty much make up the second half of the album, almost making me forget about the first four tunes. I can assure you that many ambient, minimal and piano fans out there will enjoy 'Whatever Changes' and the gentle 'Life At The Time' and the entire album, obviously. My suggestion is simple, check it out, give this album a shot. You won't be disappointed.