The final part of a trilogy examining the east coast of Scotland, ‘Fugitive Light and Themes of Consolation’ takes a trip down the River Tay while painting pastoral vignettes of its landscape. As if a soundtrack to an impressionistic documentary never made, the instrumental soundscapes touch on Jazz, Neo-Classical and Library Music without ever settling in any one genre. Instead, Wasylyk’s aural landscapes present themselves more like intimate portraits tied to personal reflections of the land and its people. There are hints at the uncanny, like on ‘(Half Light of) the Cadmium Moon’ where swells of Clàrsach suggest nostalgia yet feel very immediate and present. Capturing both the shimmer of the water of the Tay and the grey harr that so often envelopes it, the final piece of Wasylyk’s trilogy will transport both those familiar and unaccustomed to this landscape to a new perspective.