Hiroshima-based Yasutica Horibe is a real
workaholic.He releases a lot since since
2013, more than two albuns every year.
This new release has an ethereal, drifting
quality and the variety of the pieces is
lovely. it’s the sort of album that
you could call drone, and indeed there are
plenty of subaquatic textures and muted
chords here, but there’s more in the
shape of more experimental sounds and recordings
that punctuate those more ambient moments.
Stabilo is all about the feeling and mood
and the one thing that’s common throughout
every track on this EP is the fact that
there’s always a delicate and fragile
beauty residing within each piece.
A successful EP from an artistic viewpoint
and no less a coup in terms of the multiple
layers that form a depth that soaks you
in if you like harmonious Ambient with a
"Sleep Deeply" is exactly the
kind of album that I love to sit back and
collapse to, or work to, or just sit and