A good writer/reviewer can shed light with words in ways that others cannot. Most of us grope for meaningful ways to explain ourselves and the world around us. More often than ever these days I'm coming to terms with my own inability to describe and "name" thing well. And the default has been to keep my mouth shut. Words are tricky.
I'm honored that two really gifted writers have written meaningful reviews of "Jacaranda". They're more objective than me, the creator, and have described the sounds in such an adept and discerning way. Thanks guys.
*Jon Scott's review for Stereo Subversion
*Andy Whitman's review for Razing The Bar