This most immersive listen starts with the beautiful melodic elegance of widescreen house cut Innevr' before the super slow motion Pille Eska' has glowing pads stretched out over languid beats. It's gently rhythmic melancholia makes way for the more upbeat Veien Hjem'. Just as multilayered, intricate and glistening, it has exquisitely glassy, icy synth lines that stretches up to the heavens. The perfectly pensive Regn Regn Regn' has a warm lead pad and percolating bassline that sink you into a thoughtful state of mind, and the superb Utmark' resonates with a sense of subtle joy that comes from the rich synth layers and gurgling bass. Magisk Sopp I & II' completes this adventurous and emotional journey with sixteen minutes of always evolving and blissful synth work.The final track, like the album overall, perfectly captures the sense of ever changing weather that inspired Solheim throughout the writing process. It leaves you in the knowledge that you've really been taken somewhere, and leaves you more than keen for the second part to come.