Damn, if I'm not mightily impressed with this album. I'd ignored it for a while, as I'm not always taken with Nano releases. When I noticed that Loud is half Eitan Reiter, the artist responsible for one of my favourite chilled albums in recent years 'Places I Miss That I Haven't Been To' I thought I'd give it a punt. It's freakin' beautiful! Spacious, minimal, musical, deep and, dare I use an adjective seldom seen in association with brash old psytrance, graceful. Graceful trance music. Imagine that. Think the drive of old X-Dream, the atmosphere of early Vibrasphere, guts of early (pre-prog) S-Range with the production skills of next Tuesday. If that sounds like a no-brainer to you, I heartily recommend you get a copy. Well impressed, I am.