Released together with Titania, Angelmark is Canadian Michael Turner's solo instrumental project. Despite dispensing with the services of a vocalist, the music actually stands up well and is marginally the better release of the two. In the case of 'Equidistant Trees' - a beautiful piece of guitar dreaminess - and 'Just Be' (sublime, elegiac piano) the Yellow6 comparison makes sense and Turner produces his best work. Another fine track called 'Low And Slow' witnesses desolate piano caught in a wind tunnel. Granted 'Wave Upon Wave' could be the accompaniment to an early-80s TV melodrama but it still passes muster as does the searing guitar lines of 'The Golden Mean'. Other efforts slip into a background music comfort zone but there's enough here to keep fans of subtle melancholia satisfied.