Kyle Bobby Dunn is steadily releasing huge, enveloping works of excellently crafted guitar-based ambient-drone music. His latest, Kyle Bobby Dunn and the Infinite Sadness, follows in the footsteps of a pair of previous records for the Low Point label. These stretch over two discs comprising roughly 120 minutes of slowly unfurling clouds of sustained tones akin to the sound of some new classical state of nirvana. There is an ever-present sense of humour in all of Dunn’s titling, but everything I have listened to from his discography is the closest thing to serious, blissed-out dream music I’ve ever heard. This record – which can be sampled from the Students of Decay label – is a must for anyone approaching his extensive catalog for the first time and looking for a large offering of splendid transcendental ambient music.