Rito spends most of its time with sonic textures and elongated compositions based on the repetitive and sometimes dark pulses that characterize their earlier work. But it also retains a gentle, fairy-tale ambience colored with beautiful vocalizations by Natalya Tjurina and Arkady Fedotov, as well as elegant violin passages by Valentin Rulev and flute by Fedotov himself. Their sound - held together by Ivan Fedotov's assertive drumming, Arkady Fedotov's powerful bass and synthesizer work, and Alexander Kuzovlev guitar and sound effects - keep the proceedings moving no matter how spaced out the music gets. "Triptych", "Inna's Burst In Tears", "Crabs Ashore", and "Silence Breath Echo" - which one may know from the band's earlier recordings - are all superior here, done clearly and louder, with a real edge to the playing (in many respects, thanks to excellent sound-production by Alisa Coral of PSI CORPS and SPACE MIRRORS). The album shows off a very potent group, able to create subtly textured music which evolves from art rock to space and kraut rock before turning up to neo psychodelia.