although the issue involves seven different tracks the whole chimes
like one lengthy track. More profoundly, you can hear lazily changing
yet blissful chords, caressingly ebbing and tiding sea waves and
joyous children shrieks from the kitchen garden. At times the chords
are deliberately a little bit mutated and used to stumble but it adds
an additional value to bring upon a more coherent and organic issue.
As I mentioned before it sounds like a lengthy track yet it does not
seem to be lengthy in fact because it transcends temporal and
space-related dimensions. It is an ennobling experience. There it is,
a fabulous issue for a sunny Sunday. The release is a part of the
discography of Constellation Tatsu.