In Aeolus, Alemis steps delicately into the exquisite world of spacemusic with absolutely intrigueing soundlayers taking you deep inside. This magnificent and deeply moving work is my absolute favorite.
Reviewed by Bert Strolenberg
Klem Magazine (http://www.klemblad.nl/)
The Enchanted Brook is really a jewel. Clean, beautiful, magical music, wonderful water effects, the melodies (or non melodies?) appear smoothly from water. It's extremely detailed and natural, there is a lot to hear for musical ears, it's a real pleasure. And what a good idea at the end to keep the water, the bubbles, I'm listening on the best conditions, and the sound is really pure. This track is probably great in real CD format! Before I heard your musique I would have never thought that it was possible to mix raw natural sound with music with such beauty.
Reviewed by Tourlaville (http://tourlaville.nerim.net/ )
A Lonely Melody is exactly that. Hauntingly familiar synth sounds drift by the listener on wave after wave of ambient texture. Building slowly and steadily this piece incorporates time changes that help to give the synth an emotive quality.
Well suited for film work, this piece is as sonically refreshing as it is relaxing. A great pick for quiet relaxation with a good Cognac beside a fire. With many layers and moods it inspires thought and inner contemplation. This composition is a classic example of sonic architecture. To the fan of New Age instrumental music I would give this artist a highly recommended listen.
Reviewed by Bobby Bensley (http://www.artistlaunch.com/bobbydeal)
Lydia's Dream is a very peaceful and relaxing track. Beautiful ambient work, rich harmonies and subtle angel-like sounds. Simply beautiful. The recording and production quality is top professional, a perfect track for movie-licensing or to be used as a Hi-Fi reference track while adjusting P.A.-Systems in a cinema or theatre.
Reviewed by Mike Burn ( http://www.mikeburn.de/ )