I'm not going into a song-by-song description with this one, but I have to pick out some tunes, just to show you how diverse this whole thing really is. It starts with an opener which features the voice of Veronika Zakonjšek. She appears on more songs, but out of those, 'Moje Misli' is my favorite, a mysterious soundscape, luring the listener in. The song is followed by my absolute favorite on this album, 'Sepastia', which reminds me of both O Yuki Conjugate and Deutsch Nepal. It's a rhythmic track and a damn immersive one too.
'Cutter' is a strange, otherworldly piece of music, short but certainly captivating. 'Vertigo' is an eerie track, one that reminds of either very experimental ethereal music or stripped down post-rock. 'ColourEyes' is possibly even stranger. Then there are vintage old school ambient passages, dark drones, classical arrangements and uplifting plucked snares. With that being said, this album just never ceases to grab your interest, even if the songs are rather short. You still have a seventy minutes lasting sonic adventure here.
But now the hardest part, who exactly to recommend it to? Well, see it this way. 'Ghost Folk' is one of those albums that has the power to get you acquainted with new things while still containing everything you like about ambient music. It's relaxing, it's spooky, it's surprising and it's incredibly diverse. So yeah, this is one that every ambient fan should listen to, at least once. Check it out, you might be pleasantly surprised here and there...