Full disclosure: I am friends with Kjetil Husebø on Facebook, and I love his two previous albums.
Full disclosure II: I am a big fan of intelligent horror and science fiction movies.
This album clearly shows that Kjetil is not only a wizard with the piano, but also a grand master with electronic music.
I am led to believe that Skyggespill is used as a musical Nom de plume given how different Morphing Between Spaces and Phases is compared to his previous albums. Skyggespill literally translated into English means Shadow play - a clever name given the satisfactory sounds in the album. Skyggespill also means the interplay between light and shade on a surface. However, for this review, let's just use the other meaning: A theatre play where carved flat figures are casting shadows on a screen observed by the spectators.
It's a small album - ...