From Tel Aviv on the Mediterranean coast Golan Zocher and Choopie cross cultural and music boundaries with "Sayonara". A strong, hypnotic beat and urgent percussion capture the image of stark Bauhaus architecture while a pitched synth lead bends its will to the rhythm of the city. Pulsating energy caught in a confluence of aural ideas and arpeggiated order create a sonic superhighway. Argentinean flair once again makes its present felt from the huge sprawling Buenos Aries province. Chugging bass and groove aplenty provide new "Sayonara" imagery from Paul Deep, where flowing melodic lines offer contemplation, emotion and progression above club bedrock.
The ancient hills of the Sierra Chicas once more supply the backdrop for Analog Jungs to exalt "Sayonara". New percussive character echoes across the sonic space as a bassline variant heralds new melodic freedom that rises out of immaculate rhythmic foundation; a powerful multi-faceted force in full effect. Out of the Baltic coast, the grand and beautiful architecture of St. Petersburg find their parallel as Ewan Rill and K Loveski say "Sayonara" one more time. Smooth melodic patterns ripple in shimmering sonic shapes where layer upon stratified layer create a new sonic identity rooted in Israel.