A great sequel to "Asleep And Well Hidden" The music is still the same essential premise: Push play and either relax or go to sleep. Although "The Starwheel" seems to have gained some sort of 'girth' since their last installment; Being much more prevalent with Minimalistic Keys, Nature Sounds, and (for all accounts) Wind. "The Starwheel" has a more identifyable sound than "Asleep..." did, with it now not being quite as undertone-ish and subtle - Here the changes being more "loud" you could say.
Yes, subtle isnt exactly the word to describe this album; Beautiful, Droney, Boring, Exciting, Hypnotizing, Loud, Quiet, and even sometimes Intense and Scary would be closer to how this album comes off as sounding.
Whatever word you choose to describe this album - One cannot deny that this is STILL great sleep music.