Coming from Darla records and with phrases like "Move With Water, Drift With Tide" on the back it's easy to get an idea of what you're in for: washes of sound, atmosphere and blissed-out slices of heaven. The disc doesn't disappoint on any of those levels. Crafted in the vein of Füxa, Vir Unis and other minimalist artists the seven tracks here are hushed swaths of tones that move in and out without percussion. "Dawn Changes Everything" has a tinkling keyboard opening that rises and falls as the next wave of sounds builds and (theoretically) dawn breaks. The sounds are much warmer than some of the other works in this space but the nine-plus minute drone of "Burn" does begin to lose steam as the minutes tick off. If you've been the type to think NPR's Hearts of Space is just the punch line to an old Mystery Science Theater 3000, this is not for you. Anyone who likes to crank the speakers (or the headphones) and get lost in a disc will dig this.