Mythos – The Reality Of A Dreamer
MP3 | 256 Kbps | 43:47 min | 87.3 MB
It’s an attractive sound that Canadians Bob D’Eith (piano, keyboards) and Paul Schmidt (classical guitar) have cobbled together as Mythos, supplementing their largely pastel instrumentation with stylish, subdued grooves and airy female vocalese. The result is an uncomplicated yet appealing brand of pop instrumental music that lies somewhere east of trip-hop and west of crossover classical, and at its best occasionally brings to mind the quieter instrumental passages once heard from 10cc, OMD, or Simple Minds. Mythos’s sound (similar to Enigma, with less obtrusive vocal elements) is more New Age than pop-rock, and during a track such as “Vision I” the first image your mind’s eye might conjure up is a mirror ball. Yet the overall vibe D’Eith and Schmidt create is a worthwhile variation on the New Age theme–mostly instrumentals (plus a concluding vocal track) that are energized yet still relaxing–compositions with a pulse, a heart, and just a hint of mystery.
4. Vision I
10. The Ring
12. Vision II
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