<Progressive House & Techno> Production duo, Sebastian Mullaert and Marcus Henriksson took a bold step some years back to discard their tech-trance moniker as Son Kite and focus on Minilogue, which at the time was very much a side project. Not many progressive trance artists have successfully made the transition into clubland, but such has always been the pedigree of these two that it’s no surprise the success they’ve made of their house project. Blomma is a double disc but it only contains 8 tracks in total. The reason is that this is not just a collection of dance tracks slapped onto disc but a deep and profound journey. Opener, Everything Is All You Got, clocks in at 21 minutes, Atoms with curiosity that looks at itself and wonder why is 18 minutes. Opener on disc 2, E de nan hemma? … 39 minutes long. The shortest offering is 8:52 mins! Blomma is for the most part an ambient album with sporadic moments of techno creeping through on selected tracks. I use the word creeping because to listen to Blomma you need two things: time and patience. Time to absorb each lengthy composition [the total album weighs in at more than 2 hours] and patience because each track unfolds slowly and methodically with an organic vibrancy and depth that cannot be experienced by anybody looking for instant gratification. This is an accomplished piece of work.