I'd like to think that, as someone who listens to a lot of synth based music, I've seen and heard it all by now. However, and perhaps to my own detriment, up until now I have yet to experience anything quite like the sights or sounds of Dan Terminus. A bold claim, for sure, but an even bolder one is to hone in specifically on what I mean when I say that his latest album is in fact an "all around experience." Before even delving into the music I want to take a long hard look at the album art. It is true, as they say, that one should never judge a book by it's cover but regardless something must be said for such masterfully done art which entices one in with such intrigue; I felt not unlike that of a curious futuristic tourist looking at a brochure for an exotic alien world.