Keenhouse’s “Four Dreams” lilts through your subconscious like prismatic clouds bursting with spectral colors. “Echoplants” charms as tropical birds and bugs cry out their lively echos against flora-like bass and synths that reverberate the sounds of a lively amazonian jungle. “Where I Belong” emotionally strings you along with wistful synths that cascade quietly in the background as wind chimes chirp in their high-pitched accents against Keenhouse’s mellifluously medicinal vocals that ache with the pain of a lost heart that can’t find its way home. Transcending traditional electronic music is the resplendent “Taura,” whose lead instrument is a Koto played by renowned new age composer Osamu Kitajima that solos and weeps over swirling pads like teardrops gently drenching the cheeks of a long-lost lover. The record concludes with “The Lullaby of Keenhouse,” a beautiful traditional piano piece played against the peaceful sounds of a babbling brook, as if Keenhouse himself was tickling the ivories beside a mystical creek, in the midst of an enchanted forest.