New review of Eolian Reflections from the Sonic Immersion website:
"Eolian Reflections" makes a great addition to the ever expanding collection of high-quality ambient/space music by Gregory Kyryluk, aka Alpha Wave Movement. Gregory states the outcome is a purely unconscious follow-up to the 2000 release "Drifted Into Deeper Lands", as it is once more inspired by the timeless arid and unpretentiously living breathing open vistas of the Southwestern United States.
Well, a profound feel of grace and serenity are the key elements in the six smoothly evolving and morphing celestial pieces, that features a delicate use of electronic percussion. Besides glimpses of melody, there’s also an organic touch flying by occasionally, as can be heard in the expansive soundings of "Cliff Dwellers Dominion", that ends with fierce cosmic winds.
I absolutely love the immersive, highly introspective and timeless nature of these nicely crafted, cinematic ambient sceneries that make the mind of the listener wander and feel at ease. "Eolian Reflections" is a great invitation to explore the wonders and spectacular of the great wide open.
Album now available at CD Baby in digital download format.