Saphileaum: Samosi (Constellation Tatsu, 2020)

April 19, 2020 at 1:02 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Saphileaum: Samosi

Constellation Tatsu brings us more maximum tranquility with this set of 7 song-length pieces designed as aural cloth for a deep mountain expedition. Superbly comforting ambient music, sometimes with slow rhythms, and sometimes with the natural sounds of a trickling stream, which somehow sound more alien in this context. “Underneath the Godly Sky” is a serene work of beauty which feels like laying back and staring up at the clouds racing by on a sunny day, and then realizing how weird that actually is, at least in modern society. This music is the opposite of busy in a physical sense, but highly engaging mentally.

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