For enthusiasts of slow rock, Cepa will be considered a very different album. With a profound comprehension of a deeply reverberating sonorous expansion, cosmic guitar lines makes the listener travel into a universe of segmented, but continuous interludes, that engraves the abundance of a correlated sensibility, that overwhelms the expressive dimensions of the music.
With the sensation that you are listening to one continuous song, Cepa is one from only a handful of albums in the genre that do not sound tedious nor monotonous. With interchangeable tonalities that constantly revolve around its own axis, the beauty of the songs constantly evokes its own hallucinatory metamorphosis, subtlety changing from one delusional soundscape to another.
A transpiring, intelligent and marvelous album energized by a consistent pattern of musical principles, Cepa is a very lucid and cohesive work of art, that translates in the majesty of its ambitious proposal the authenticity of its own aspirations. With no faults whatsoever to be pointed out, despite the simplicity of the work – or maybe, because of it – Runa Gaman crafted Cepa as a precious and inspiring work of art, postulated by a formidable conjuncture of sensibility and intuition.