Beginning with a minimal slow delayed notes, a scene is set in Microverse Part I a bit like how Explosions In The Sky open some of their tracks. The following movements and contrasts are unusually pleasing with space-age glock sounds and hypnotic panning until eventually soft brass whitewashes the whole thing into a cinematic blur. It’s nice but there’s dated types of sounds however which are so clean they nod at Garageband default samples, although this does create a kind of Windows 1995 computer game type nostalgia throughout. Sam Sharp, the man behind it, who is a session man working with the likes of Phil Selway (Radiohead), Lamb, Laura Mvula, Augustines, Beverley Knight and more recorded Microverse as a live looped session for 20 minutes and there will be an accompanying film by visual artist Strangers Are People Too which will hopefully impress. Lets hope Ecco the Dolphin survives this one.