of 'Apt Path' / March
2, 2007 - link
[This] latest release from the kipaku label, apt path, is a fabulous voyage, to be listened to in all tranquility ~jm (En écoute)
of 'Apt Path' /3.5 out of 5 stars / February
12, 2007 - link
An impressive and original ambient piece largely characterized by the sensation of being swallowed in silence/calm and by its suitability as a nice backdrop for intense mental activity. Slow passages, dripping piano, moments of intensity and cooling - and everything presented in a very interestingly developed form. It's simultaneously capable of invigorating and freezing. [the listener] ~ Eliks (post industry)
of 'Apt Path' / 5 out of 5 stars
/ February 10, 2007 - link
Just Right There. I notice, when poking around the weblabels, many of whom are superb (in fact, almost half my LARGE ipod collection is weblabel stuff- and i've got everything!)... the lack of enough high-quality 'ambient' ( for lack of a better label) or- 'atmospheric' projects. This is high-quality, and gives me hope that more artists of this nature and caliber will pop up.... ~Stephen Spera
of 'Rest EP'
/ April 25, 2006 - link
This release is from the net label kikapu. It has a tranquil ambience with a slight beat to it, and it's accessible and easy to get into. As someone who's partial to Eno, I wonder what's up with the artist's name, though. Perhaps it's a parody? Maybe there's no connection. The cover design's pretty.
of 'Rest EP'
/ April 11, 2006 - link
More calm, more electro[nic], more ambient. [Good for] calming oneself after pop. Even if it's not completely comparable, it makes me think of Pan American. Agreeable in any case. ~La Fresto