Imagine this then as a set of short films – the musical equivalent, each piece its own evocative set of musical colours. Lushly textured, if you’re a fan of Rhian Sheehan’s work and the obvious touchstones (Eno, Vangelis, Jarre) then you will love this.
Module is the name of Wellington-based producer, composer, performer Jeremiah Ross.
And by taking his time to craft this perfect set of soundscapes he has left the audience wanting more. That was also the case in 2005 following Remarkable Engines. Fortunately it’s a timeless lope of ambient ideas and for those that fall under the spell this album will keep you feeling warm and happy for many years to come.
Beautiful melodies, intriguing sound-worlds, this is music to bathe in, to relax with, to marvel at.