I found Quartet hard to review as words couldn't convey the emotional and conceptual impact this piece had on me.
Opening with a beautifully haunting piano accompanied by stirring and almost hypnotic vocals, I was taken on a deconstructive path, each track simplifying and stripping away from the previous.
What at first listen may seem strange soon falls into place and opens into another part of the story.
Immersing into the music I felt pain, sorrow, emptiness, disorientation, stillness, transformation and oneness, each state of consciousness induced by a combination of sound and intention.
To conclude, Quartet is beautiful and highly recommended. More than "just music", this is art in its truest sense. Personally, Quartet wasn't just a listening experience but a meditation into myself and delivery into - and representation of - the reality of my existence. Buy this and see for yourself.