A happy 50th to NNA tapes! For this occasion we venture a bit away from our darker tendencies to review an album that is through and through inspired by all facets of psychedelia. Matt Carlson begins with a very classic, expansive sounding psych-synth album and takes it further in every direction. Very much structured program music, “A Moment” sets the tone for this release as a comfortable flying tour above the world that Carlson will unfold throughout this LP. This quickly drops off into lost percolating beauty in “Raindrop Garden,” detailing the colorful landscape until the heavily altered vocals come in and suggest something a bit more unsettling. Throughout this album, you are guided through an extremely familiar narrative that moves effortlessly from the above-view comfortable consonance to unsettling motion and back to a still tranquility. The album is perfectly concluded with the simple drone of “All Movements” which blooms to a resolution.