From the Sonic Curiosity website....
SERENE LIFE OF MICROBES
This release from 2006 offers 56 minutes of dreamy ambience.
Delicate textural flows generate an expansive firmament. Unhurried tones and shuddering pulsations drift in this environment, establishing a sedate panorama for additional electronics to emerge like lightbeams poking through the fabric of space. This stately ambience hosts an assortment of transient tonalities who visit, display their ethereal manner, then dissipate to open the stage for the next array of tenuous sounds.
A studious harmony dominates this parade of tranquil resonance. Each track blossoms with pacific grace, exhibiting its beauty in a fashion of explicit leisure. Sparkling notes glitter in the distance, providing soothing punctuation for the heavenly atmosphere. Sighing textures waft against each other, creating a relaxed friction whose fire is endearing and balmy. Pleasant keyboards provide spectral layers that float amid the congenial soundscapes.
The compositions are quite melodic, but never strict or outgoing. They shimmer with vitality, but it is a soft glow that radiates serenity.
There's a microscopic impression to this music, as if the songs have relegated the audience to subatomic stature so that they drift alongside spiky spores of enormous size. It's a humbling feeling, in strange contrast to the somber majesty evoked by the tunes themselves.
Matt Howarth of Sonic Curiosity