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Kyle Wyss’ musical treat Chromatic Flights proves that it has a lot to offer. This solo project’s 2009 release entitled Sunset Bell crafts six tasteful tracks that’s too tempting to resist.

The album opens up with two gems: Passagrille (an interplay of keys and grand harmonies) and Sunset Bell (an electronically-heavy track with an amazing texture). There’s no denying in Wyss musical talent. He perfectly blended complex instrumentations, molding them into a unison of pure musical bliss.

Diamond Skull (Lucid Bus Cover) takes on an ornamental approach. Hand-clapping tunes and ambient melodies slowly builds into a multi-layered cake of dreamy music. One thing I like about this track is its precision and control. It takes a disciplined artist to control the amount of instruments you put into a track and Wyss have effortlessly done it.

A personal favorite, Cocomo’s Mirage exudes such glowing innocence. The duet of keys and drum beats slowly builds up throughout the whole track. The barely-there, whispering vocals paints a picture of someone lost in an unending wilderness.

Sunset Bell has a cinematic atmosphere thanks to its cleverly executed instrumentation and dreamy vibe. Chromatic Flights have succeed in making an overall feel to the album, touching even the smallest of our senses.


Related Links:
Chromatic Flights on Bandcamp
Chromatic Flights on Myspace
Chromatic Flights on Facebook
Chromatic Flights on Last.fm

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