Omni Gardens: Moss King (Moon Glyph, 2020)

November 11, 2020 at 5:34 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Omni Gardens: Moss King

The boss of Moon Glyph presents a plant-themed synth album that’s warm and fuzzy and full of sunlight, but otherwise brings different types of cheery feelings than Plantasia. These tracks gentle sway in the air, and they also embrace the cool of the water; you can practically hear them absorb nutrients in real time. It’s super mellow, but at the same time, it sings out and feels genuinely expressive rather than just safe wallpaper music. And there’s just enough of a touch of trippiness to make it stand out. The nature sounds all help greatly, especially the frogs on “Golden Pothos”.

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