An absolutely amazing album filled with mystery, suspense, and a sense of epicness that is lacking in so many other composers' works. I loved this album so much.
Favorite track: Standing in Silence (Part 10).
“This is Rhian’s breakthrough album, his grand cinematic excursion, overwhelming with crushingly beautiful yet daring emotion… Accomplished, evocative and sustained… the finest release I’ ve had the privilege to review this year.” – The Silent Ballet, USA
“A masterpiece, a five-star album; something every New Zealand home should have … it almost qualifies as a religious experience” NZ Musician Magazine
“A stunningly static, beautifully textured, listening experience… it devours and envelopes you. For fans of Sigur Ros or Boards of Canada.” NZ Herald
“Spine tingling… a tsunami of sound. Sheehan, take a bow, you’ ve nailed it.” The Dominion Post * * * * *
“Superbly lush soundscapes with truly off-the-charts production value.” Rip It Up
“A big, bold, beautiful album, exquisitely epic and happy to wait for you to discover it.”
North & South Magazine
“Guarantees a fulfilling state of reflection… finally climaxing in an euphonious tone.” Groove Guide
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This Hammock album stands out of the crowd of the other Hammock albums. Not that those are worse, its just that this one is so unique yet still retains the Hammock identity. Its as if you have entered a french cathedral of angelic hymns and you are staring god in the soul. zero_requiem00