Timoka's Tulgey is his second effort on the Holger label and it is quite an achievement. While his debut Waters offered just a glimpse of the Timoka universe, Tulgey expands the themes set there and further broadens the perspective, adding at least one more dimension and offering new insights into this masterfully-crafted, highly complex world of its own. It's a zone of transformations: landscapes become waveforms, images turn into sound -- and vice versa. The result is rich in atmosphere, full of bittersweet emotions and captivating from start to finish. If the Waters EP could be seen as a fragmented short story, Tulgey now offers a much more consistent narrative -- it's a journey, a proper novella. One could call it sophisticated or even wise -- though the core of its origin is a very simple one: to create personally relevant music. It just happens to be incredibly beautiful at the same time.