This is an album like I have never listened before. The music here is in the form of improvised compositions but with many elements that give coherence to them. And the main element that gives cohesion to the music here is Su Lyn's voice, a voice that is deep and melodic but that goes for the unknown melody for the original vocal line. Tracks like I Feel Alchemy reminded me of a sort of more experimental Dead Can Dance with sort of some eastern sounding vocals wrapped up in darkness. Keyboards played by Su Lyn and Simon H. Fell give the main atmosphere here over which the vocal lines are developed (as happens in Thunder). And another essential element is the percussion that despite being programmed gives a different feeling to each of the compositions here. And the bass does some rhythmic arrangements, such as the one in Let's Get in Our Car, that sometimes turn into a strong idea that drives the tune. This is a release full of explorations within songs context done with killer musicianship.