However...there are some radical tracks here. Rich Medina lends his lower-than-Barry White tones to the thought-provoking 'Planetary Analysis' and the closing 'A Foreigner No Longer', while by contrast the helium-like tones of Quasimoto give plenty of tautness on 'Spaces'. Effective use of cross-rhythms makes 'The Sound' one of the stand-out cuts, and 'Depth' (featuring Roblife) is spacious in texture. I'd recommend avoiding the three 'Observations' tracks however, as these come across as pretentious.
An interesting record, certainly, and highly original in places, but ultimately too long and inconsistent. Don't be surprised if the next record is more coherent and hits the bullseye.