It's nice electronica. The abundance of high-end though it's airy, is killing me. The equivalent would be playing an all metal violin. How about an all metal grand piano? It's not full, not lush, it sounds like a bunch of metallic ants running all over the place. It's not a chill out but something more chilling to listen to. It's certainly clean sounding. Almost like cleaning something with sulfuric acid. Unfortunately that's how a lot of electronic music sounds. It's music for acid trips and mushrooms. Though it sounds well engineered overall. I'm not sure I could tell you what to do with this? The pieces have no real beginning middles or ends. It sort of doodles around for a while and then doodles some more and then runs out of gas. What happened to the vocals?
Really I'm just kidding. It's cool stuff. Great to listen to with a piņa colada sitting down at the beach watching the water lap against the shore, with the Dolphins swimming in the distance while you're getting a tan. Isn't this near the Dead Sea? Where's the matzoh? I guess the butter would melt too fast on the matzoh? But it does sound as crispy as fresh matzoh. As fresh as opening a fresh box of Manischewitz matzo. And man oh man... what a wine. I'm sure this goes good with Mogen David as well? Although this sounds more like sun-dried raisins than that of grapes.
I was going to get Chinese food tonight but now I want a good hot corned beef on rye with mustard.
I just love the joke, " where do Jews go on Christmas? To the Chinese restaurant. " And I can tell you it's Christmas in July in the Washington DC Northern Virginia suburbs today.
I'm an Altschuler whose grand pops both came from Russia. So I'm not a German Altschuler but a Yiddish one.
Mx. Remy Ann David