The Manchester, England, trio of Jamie Crossley, Richard Talbot, and Duncan Meadows returns with an album of cool atmospherics perfect for tranquil reflection and cathartic unwinding.
record is really one long chill called Weightless, divided
into six parts. The music, apparently composed and performed on
keyboards and synthesizers, does give the titular impression of zero
gravity, making this an eclectic and enlightening exercise in sonic
space as well as an appropriately quiet cosmic soundtrack.
CD rightly takes it place alongside other genre classics such as The
Shimmering Land by Meg Bowles, plus the work of past
Marconi Union collaborator and new age legend Brian Eno.