I like beautiful music. The sort that probes, diving into the unknown. Sometimes high, sometimes low. Belfast producer Gregory Ferguson (LOR) has produced a series of events to form this album of sounds, moods and atmospheres that readily generate synthesized noise into shapes that bounce notably around the stereo. Partly composed via inspiration from the night-time of the 1980’s but also with a heavy dash of 2021 production values the tracks stimulate a sense of wonder such as on the wonderful, reflective title track Faith/Reason. The darker, though equally rewarding Aspen Trees tells different tales, leaving the gentle melodies of Eno-esque, Karesuando to complete. Faith/Reason presents an album which paints an imaginative picture while rewarding you with a combination of light and shade that journey’s elegantly throughout the passage of time.