The term “Background music” is an insult to the expanding and niche traits that coincide with ambient music.
For example, The feeling of a head rush, hits of euphoria, and continuous subconscious tranquility. These kinds of features occur when listening to ambient music. Before you know it if you allow yourself to dive into the swimming swarm of textures. You’ll soon feel the colors and see the sounds of the ever looping effects feeding back from the grandiose vibration of the guitar. While plenty of guitarists has a unique way of exercising musicianship. One can furiously finger-picking solos, another could be slamming three power chords until knuckles bleed, or they can make that same instrument, into a radiate soundscape.
That is what Ferrarilover has done with the latter.
Where most music tends to grow, there is definitely praise worth mentioning with mastering music that suspends an otherworldly sensibility.
Ambient music is a tough pathway to conjure. Whether if it’s from a listeners stand-point, accepting and essentially inhaling the highly textural sound. Like in the track, “Endless Seconds”, pure swells of the guitar along with clean but surreal sounding leads conveying a literal ascension to the stairway to heaven. Or, wherewith songs like “Silent Lightning Kiss”, FerrariLover, born Nico Wyland, presents a flip of the senses. With the tracks slightly disorienting and minor tone. The silent lightning kiss almost represents in this manner, an eerie calm before a powerful and dangerous storm.
The roots in this Bay area guitarist forms out with intense conception and pays off effective with lush sounding patience.