If that sounds like too much of a high falutin' concept, then it's also true that Fine's beautifully evocative sounds work purely on a musical level. That said, for this reviewer, the mysterious, eerie chords unfolding over lithe, metallic rhythms on "Orange," call to mind a dreamlike state, that part of a night's sleep where dreams ebb into reality. "Blue" conjures up a more menacing feeling, with dark bass sounds purring their way through carefully arranged percussive jolts.
"Violet" mines a similar path, with austere drums and eerie synths mapping out the accompaniment to a dysfunctional world. Finally, "Red" shifts back into more dreamy sounds: Like a combination of Red Planet and Convextion, the warm electro bass and spacey, fragile melodies exude a sense of innocent wonder about the world. Don't pass up this chance to join Fine on his journeys.