"Libellules" is a piece of fragile, crystalline beauty spread across ten minutes. It's the techno equivalent of being wrapped in cotton wool and bounced across the alleys of your mind—effortless psychedelic dance music inspired as much by classic fairy tales and nursery rhymes as anything else. "Magnolia" is cut from much the same cloth but while it uses similar motifs, it's more intense and driving. It's difficult to make the claim that it's more dance floor-orientated than "Libellules" but it nonetheless complements it perfectly.
Like an updated version of the Cocteau Twins, Agoria has succeeded in creating an ambience all his own. There's a depth of feeling here often absent from productions with more clarity. It's this wooliness that pushes the music into areas previously reserved for the music of the spheres. Celestial stuff indeed.