Back in 2003, Canadian Michael Turner released two albums simultaneously. The 'Titania' project added ethereal vocals to Turner's tapestries of dreamy guitar whilst Angelmark saw Turner attempt a wholly instrumental record. It was the latter that clinched it; proving that his talent needed no embellishment. Perhaps with this in mind, his next release comes under the Angelmark banner. The wintry scene on the cover is indicative of the crisp and occasionally beautiful music within. Despite opener 'Equipoise' teetering into prog rock territory, 'Fleeting Moment...Lost' references Eno's more melodic outings whilst the mid-80s Cocteau Twins' sound is captured on 'Twilight World'. Finally raindrops and piano usher in the elegiac 'Flowers Washed Down By The Rain'; a sure sign that summer is coming to an end. Yet whilst everyone prepares for autumn and winter, records like this certainly make the colder seasons far more bearable.