Following his successful "Purity" artist album on Silk Sofa, Latvian producer Puremusic now showcases 13 brand new tracks, the collection of which is entitled "The Music & The Universe".
"Fall In Music" kicks off the album with an array of mesmerizing synth stabs and sweeping pad lines, the combination of which creates a brilliant and enjoyable atmosphere. Previously featured on Silk Sofa with remixes from Stray Theories and State Azure, "Unsaid" features captivating arpeggio lines in numerous layers, as well as a breath-taking breakbeat. "Hypnotized" includes a unique combination of light bell-inspired sounds, well-structured string lines, and soft percussion elements that establish an enjoyable groove. The fourth song is "Close Your Eyes", which starts off with mesmerizing sweeping pad effects, as well as a unique, subtle lead on top. Later, an energetic lead makes its entrance, supported with additional sound effects. "Stars" is introduced by a lush, deep bassline, as well as an array of well-crafted arpeggio stabs. Throughout the song, the listener is presented with a truly hypnotizing soundscape with constantly changing and inspiring elements. Rounding out the first half of the album, "Superstring Theory" begins with a soothing atmosphere including a unique main lead, which is later supported by a piano sound on top. The background stabs subsequently develop into an energetic structure in the climax of the track.
A dark, hypnotizing atmosphere is quickly introduced in "Light Realm", and the listener is presented with numerous interesting sound effects in this interlude. Soothing pad lines introduce "Planet Earth", in which a delightful piano melody emerges later. Sparkling sound effects and subtle percussion elements provide additional texture later. "Gravitational Force" consists of a truly hypnotizing soundscape, including a vast array of well-structured arpeggio lines and striking sound effects in the background. A blissful breakbeat is showcased in "Watch The Sunrise", in which Puremusic's trademark arpeggio lines are also introduced, brilliantly supported by a subtle piano line on top. "The Great" begins with mesmerizing stabs and an enjoyable breakbeat. As the song progresses, the arpeggio leads become more energetic, blissfully supported by a light lead in the background. Rounding out the second half of the album, "The Music & The Universe" takes the listener on a joyful ride through Puremusic's signature sound universe. The bonus track of the album, "Singularity", features energetic percussion elements and truly fascinating and inspiring synth stabs.