Review: Sometime Rafael Anton Irissari collaborator Keith Kenniff has been rather quiet of late, with this seventh full-length excursion marking his first release for nearly three years. We'd argue, though, that Occasus was worth the wait. It's surprisingly cinematic and filmic in tone, with Goldmund wrapping twinkling piano motifs and echoing ambient chords in effects and sound processing tricks more often found on cutting edge drone releases. The result is a drowsy, soft-focus set of becalmed and beautiful compositions that linger long in the memory. In other words, it contains the kind of ambient/neo-classical fusion that will still sound heart-achingly poignant 20 years down the line.