Using the peculiar warmth and lo-fi grain of reel-to-reel tapes, Masaya Ozaki crafts a delicate and precious piece of work.
While we are permanently followed by the whistling analog background, erratic notes of piano and guitars join field recordings, then fall and flow in our ears like drops of water, gracious, transient. Eight weathered short films where the artist paints without flourish ephemereal acts, all in gentleness and fluidity.
An album of patience, where time flees inexorably.
Favorite track: Uprooted Space.