A very interesting album, despite minimal musical proclivities, Chime can inspire the mind of the listener to wander through a great vastness of colorful, dense and sensible universes. If your emotions were deeply aligned to the serene and sentimental waves of the work, you will certainly have the most pleasant journey throughout a world of perennial beauty, profoundly seen by the vivid illusions of infallible perceptions.
Nevertheless, the listener really has to be exactly on the same level of introspective serenity, and interior relaxation, as unveiled by the music, otherwise the sonorous experience will be too much monotonous. And what could be a marvelous perceptive journey throughout one’s own inspirational and personal world will turn into a despondent and anxious tedious task.
Chime is perfect for relaxing moments. Besides the music being beautiful, the length of the work offers greatly surreal experiences for perception and meditative exercises. Although the music itself doesn’t have too much value alone, it is amazingly brilliant if combined with the correct ambience, and directed towards a very specific purpose, like the aforementioned meditation. For people who have already a certain kind of affinity towards relaxing music, Chime is a highly recommended album. A gracious work, splendidly conceived at the height of the most precious and refined style of the genre, the album has profound, but subtle melodies, perfectly solidified at the heart of the miraculous vicinities of its own pure purposes and delightful perceptive intentions.