There's no one track here. The whole work acts as a unit. A meditation upon peace, quietude, tranquility, nostalgia, redolence, longing, reminiscence. The album's pace is glacial, it literally evokes for me a glacier slowly almost imperceptibly shifting, moving forwards. It is a thing of beauty, it always calms me when I'm rattled or stressed, music as therapy.
I went far away from home one day. I've purposed myself to explore the depths of a forest I've been walking through for years, I felt like there is something special about it.
The night then came over, everything went dark for a couple of moments. Then, in front of my eyes, I've seen the shapes of many trees ahead, suddenly lighted by the stars behind. But everything was so abstract - the colors, the shapes, the stars movement - I felt Van Gogh's presence, reminded me of his "Starry Night" creation. But for me, it seemed to be a unique vision. I felt it, it was real.
Then I woke up in the morning, luckily found my path back home, and quickly drew what I've seen the previous night. I knew it came out as I saw it, and more over, I knew then to call it "Utopian Render".
"Utopian Render is as astronomical as it is minute, stars made facsimile cells. Maybe it’s not an event horizon of sound, being far too expansive and lush for such a terminal tone. Abandoned 実体’s sort of singularity is straight-up consuming, subsuming, erasure with one sound in its wake."
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Haunting, eerie. this is where time stopped moving forwards, the time when Derrida and Fisher found out we were already stuck in places. songs playing yet not advancing, time flowing but nothing changing. this is the point where we will all rest in synthetic serenity, forever frozen in time, hoping for someday, the time will continue it's normal flow; if it's not too late. jptj24