Digital Shades, just as its title suggests, is an album of subtleties. With minimalistic instrumentation, songs demand you to focus on the individual notes and threads that weave throughout them. Typically ambient albums fall into one of two categories: those of space, or those of Earth. This album starts out on Earth and then moves into the sky. Accompanying the digital massaging of your eardrums are various natural enhancements: chirping birds, the sounds of nature, etc... early in the album, but the last few tracks leave the pull of gravity.
This isn't an album that will wallop you with bass lines or dance beats. It's not one that will inject a catchy hook into your head. It's one that you'll need to be attentive to and explore.
and one from his last album:
Some ambient from the archives:
Moby - J Breas : Ambient
The Orb - Valley : Orbus Terrarum
Woob - Wuub : Em:T 1194