If you are looking for music that drifts between a cinematic soundtrack and something more primal, more of nature. Music that wanders between entertainment and art. Which fires up the imagination, is both futuristic and yet somehow echoes with ancient memory, which speaks of the sounds of far-flung exotic places yet is created with the digital delicacy of the modern, western studio. Then this is for you.

Language defeats me here; my fault. But, even without the titles to guide me towards the artist’s original meaning and intentions, this is still exciting music, perhaps more so because it is so open to interpretation. But one thing is for sure: no matter what your taste in music is, this will be like little you have heard before.

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