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This album is more about the experience than reading about it, but I’ll do my best. This album does a great job of submersing the listener in a space/sci-fi atmosphere but it also progresses into other realms. There are no lyrics so the mood is set by changing electronica tones along with moments of smooth jazz. You may question how these things can come together, but this guy does it so flawlessly. Nothing really felt out of place. It was smooth sailing from start to finish. I highly recommend this album if you want something relaxing but at the same time different. I haven’t heard anything quite like this before so there is also points for originality.


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The first half of this album is pretty upbeat. It has jazz beats, psychedelic elements, progressive features, and even some ska influence on the track “Para Bellum Pt. 2”. One thing I also want to point out is the bass guitar. It lays down the beat and gives the music a nice backbone to build upon. The first half still maintains its space undertones. Perhaps not as much as the second half. But with the help of samples about space, you still get the vibe. The second half of the album slows down and becomes more atmospheric based. The best way to sum up the second half of this album is that you’re drifting through space. Reminds me of the same feeling I got from Kyuss’s album “Welcome to Sky Valley”. On that album I said it felt like you were driving through the desert on an open road. On this album you feel like your drifting through the universe and passing by stars, planets, and all that good stuff. I find it so interesting how music can make you feel like you’re somewhere else, even beyond this world. If you want an album that makes you experience a sense of wonder and space, I highly suggest checking it out.


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