Comment: it's great
pleasure to be back again at the discography of Birdsong, an Israeli
imprint which does not release albums anymore as I have understood.
Fortunately there are up a lot of albums worth to be discovered. For
example, this 12-track issue was released 11 years ago reflecting
partly upon tendencies being actual at the time. One of the
categorisations of mine was New Weird because the artist uses a DIY
and lo-fi/bedroom recording approach to accentuate his naive folk and
indie drenched preferences. On the other hand, it is comfortable to
generalise something being out of the centre and outsider yet
involving many different facets. More profoundly, there are up
detuned tinny guitars and low-end synths and a sitting monkey in the
sheepskin jacket additionally to Yonatan to provide something
tickling and exciting and flesh out your fantasy. From nowadays
(free)folk approaches to storytelling and American Primitivism in music, from
improvised moments to light-hearted, carnival-alike yacht rock
roundabouts, from vivid found sounds to introverted guitar twanging.
That's great – all these audible and imaginative elements and
contrast between them.