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Boomkat Product Review:
Bombastic but classy orchestral pop music from Seattle-based composer Jherek Bischoff, featuring vocals from the likes of David Byrne and Carla Bozulich, and recommended to fans of Nico Muhly, Dirty Projectors, Van Dyke Parks, Owen Pallett, Beirut, etc. Byrne is in particularly good voice on 'Eyes', sounding right at home amid marching band drums, banjo and sweeping strings. Bischoff channels Gerschwin on the Caetano Veloso and Greg Saunier-featuring 'The Secret Of The Machines', and Evangelista leader Carla Bozulich sounds for all the world like she's singing lead in a Broadway show, or trying to out-Newsom Joanna Newsom, on the grand, dizzyingly romantic overture 'Counting'. Nels Cline, Dawn McCarthy, Craig Wedren, Mirah Zeitlyn, Paris Hurley, Soko are the other key contributors, and while they all deliver impressive performances there's really no doubting that Bischoff - or rather his unbelievably lavish, exuberant arrangements - are the star of the show. While listening you'll have to pinch yourself to remind you that you're NOT skipping arm-in-arm with your boo through Central Park on a summer's day en route to buy her the biggest rock Tiffany's have to offer. Or something.