Arévalo cites nature and isolationism as inspiration, with the former being especially apparent with an almost supernatural teaming wildlife populating these sensuous electronic tones. There’s a warm, almost naïve feeling here (that maybe comes from letting the sounds breathe slowly rather than forcing anything) which gives it an edge over similar work, and the aforementioned isolationism seems to be more of the existentialist variety rather than the dark industrial ambience conceptualised by Kevin Martin back in the 90’s.
This music holds accurate soundscapes to stance in front of a beautiful painting or being in a peaceful place.
Gorgeous slice of dreamlike drift on this short tape. Swirling phased chords like positive-vibe clouds.