Anenon’s inner hue (pun intended) most definitely shines bright on his debut album. Inner Hue is ambient and minimal, but still experimental, and offers progressive ideas for how music can be arranged. It’s most definitely never boring, and a great alternative to your typical electronic beat-maker format. Anenon gives great attention to the build-up in each track, and it’s definitely worth the wait every time. He quickly sets the tone with ambient layers of spaced-out synth chords – not a dirty analog sound, but more of an angelic, atmospheric sound. I was a bit confused by the solo sax playing on the third track, mostly because it’s less than a minute long. But I’d bet that Anenon was staying true to the “less is more” motto. The drumbeats throughout are consistent in sound. I assume Anenon used the same drum bank for the entire record, and it’s great for the album’s continuity. Inner Hue plays out like a movie soundtrack, one that’s a must-have in any record collection. Indeed, Anenon will be the go-to guy for music supervisors all over the world. I guarantee it.
-Ray Ricky Rivera