Voices from Heaven, Ange Gardien, Traveling in his Head, I was asleep, Such Love, I Love this World, Destiny and Whirlwind, this album presents us Kick Bong at his best form. Experimenting, creating and regenerating the most effective and orderly sidelines of his music, being immersive, harmonious and methodic, while highly delusional, abstemious and cautious, the artist manages to be amazingly experimental and profoundly lucid at the same time.
With a great set of songs able to inspire impressively high connotations of beauty, resurfacing and resounding with his very unique sonorous identity, in Destiny the songs are mostly meditative, transcendental, serene, calm, melodic and deeply poetic, with the preponderance of melodic resonances that infuses into his music a consistent layer of opacity and light, at the same time. Like an eternal rise of a poetic spring that acknowledges the importance of solitude, Destiny certainly brings to the listener a more reflexive, philosophic and deep side of Kick Bong’s music, being hugely transcendental in all spheres dispersed by the rhythms of the music. Certainly, all of his fans will be put into a state of grace, while listening to this. Destiny is definitely art, in the shape of electronic music.
An amazing album, soon to be considered a great part in the history of electronic music scene, Destiny is filled, from the very first track to the last one, with beauty, elegant traces of self-discovery, poetic daydreams of lucid harmonies and exceedingly monumental eloquent charm. A marvelous form of majestic sonorous utopia, while extremely recognizable at the same time, Destiny, by Kick Bong, is a fundamental album. The future of electronic music, and the shape of things to come.
A daydream in sonorous form, impregnated with a sense of devotional paroxysm, this is an album with potential to challenge the basis of the underground music. A milestone that obviously cannot go unnoticed, this is a major work that deserves to be hailed by its audience.