Alec L. Critten
In a word, transcendent. uon creates a lovely, immersive environment that lives up to the healing properties advertised. If you enjoy long-form ambient soundscapes, this is not to be missed.
Initial searches on "sound bath" led me to the general description "Sound Bath's provide the space and sounds for you to relax at a profound level. This allows your body to find its natural balance while creating space for insights. People often find resolution for emotional issues and a sense of coming home to themselves"
Although one might find this information relative- Uon's "Superbath" does not propose such results, it does not proclaim to enlighten, or resolve. Its remedy lies in its modest simplicity. In fact the Uon project, as far as I can tell, does not proclaim much of an image or objective at all. The sounds communicate directly the intention of their creator; an often elusive nuance in modern music. "Superbath" provides an immediate voice of a conscious world. One can sense moments weaving through an ionosphere of soft glow and delicate fog; continually mapping an empathetic landscape without ushering the listener into any specific progression of ideology. These hazy voices wander above our common realm; voices of mystery, each drawing on the eternal torch of reality.