Mythos Purity:: Multilayered Cake Piece
One of my friends gifted me “PURITY” by Mythos (no special occasion though!), last week. She is a crazy fan of Mythos and wanted to know how I feel about Mythos’ latest album.
I read the liner notes of the album “Mythos provides a multi-layered musical experience that can be listened to on many levels.” And my own experience listening to this music album affirms that Purity is indeed mutli-layered (like a delicious cake!!).
Track Icarus caught hold of my senses at first listening than any other tracks. I like the fast beats and passionate keyboard music of this track. Next to Icarus, I liked Surrender, which I love much for the deep-moving guitar tune. The album features 11 tracks, most of which are bordering on ambient with “no noisily attention grabbing” pieces and can be listened to in many planes. Paul Schmidt’s guitar tunes are too good and touches heart, while Bob D’Eith’s Keyboard composition awakes many a forgotten emotions.
Mido, I listened to Purity, first, while I was busy doing my web designing work. The music worked out well; I did my job perfectly without getting disturbed by the music (no wify nagging for attention!), yet felt the music as a good companion to do my work all alone. Later, I listened to Purity while resting and found it deeply rejuvenating. Over the week, I listened to Purity again and again and found my liking increase with my increasing familiarity with the album (Shakespeare must be wrong to say “familiarity breeds contempt!).
In short, my love for Purity is Not “love at first sight”, rather, a love that grew and matured with time—-an everlasting relationship.