“A really stunning collaboration between Charles Webster and Peter Wraight – the former mostly known for his house music, the latter an arranger for the Herbert big band sessions – coming together here in a lush new sound that’s totally their own! There’s an expansive feel to the record that definitely lives up to the cover – a rich landscape of sound, but also a bit misty at times too – never just a straight representation of Wraight’s jazz and soundtrack modes, and instead this very textured, painter-like approach to music – one that’s shimmering with beautiful tones and soulful vocals from Emilie Chick and Paul Randolph. Webster handles the keyboards and samples, and Wraight conducts a large group with reeds, brass, and even a bit of harp – and the record’s got a far-reaching sound that’s very unique, but which might sit nicely next to projects by Cinematic Orchestra or Chris Bowden. Titles include "A World Of Fire”, “Rise”, “Storm Clouds”, “Unexpected News”, “Nature & Light”, and “The Ruins Of Britain”. Full article HERE.