Uriel – CULTURE SHIFT review

Typically, albums from AD Music are instrumental music, stretched out, relaxing slabs of chill-out music. This is one of those – floating along on the back of chilled dance beats with trilling piano notes and floaty atmospheric keyboard effects. Nice touches include the jazzy inflections and the post-rave, three in the morning, head-soothing rhythms.

Uriel has come to where he is through dance music and it shows in the flow, which is different to some of his more prog-influenced colleagues though label-meister David Wright has added his touch to the finished product. I’d not expect something chilled from someone who’s done his three years Israeli national service relatively recently but Uriel seems to have nodded his way successfully out to a noodly and wavey place. Melodic and hypnotic, this CD is a narcotic.

Thanks to vanguard-online.co.uk

~ by admusic on January 13, 2009.

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