This stunning triptych builds on the style cultivated in previous releases, layering scintillating electronic sequences, lush atmospheric pads, gently percolating percussion and long lyrical melodic lines into an integral whole. The themes of all three tracks marry seminal concepts in physics, cosmology and spirituality.
"Each successive album I have had the pleasure of hearing by Chronotope Project has taken it to the next level, and Dharma Rain continues this evolution. I especially enjoy listening to this music with headphones to be fully immersed in the richness of the sound, as well as tuning into all the subtle nuances and ear candy that accentuate the recording. This is an album that bears repeated listening, revealing hitherto unheard treasures each time." —Michael Diamond, Music and Media Focus
"The meticulously composed, excellent produced and mastered "Dharma Rain" is highly recommended for those who have a deep love for Buddhist-inspired, vibrant textural ambient music." —Bert Strolenberg, Sonic Immersion Review
"...joyful and relaxing, exuberant and contemplative, hedonistic and introspective. Most of all is it an utter delight to consume—and comes highly recommended." —Thomas Mathie, Headphonaught's Nanolog
“In this carefully ordered experience we feel pulled along on a lovely current of dancing notes and tinkling effects - the signature languid lead line lulling us in calm kindness. Producing a warming energy, Jeffrey Ericson Allen will surely engage listeners beyond Spacemusic's monastic inner circle. However more minimal, with its evocative, rich and dark soundspace, synthetic mechanical pulsations and quietly commanding leads Dharma Rain will make most mainstream albums of New Age music seem secondary." —Chuck Van Zyl, Star's End