... Ritmo, aka Dubi Dagan, has decided to take a different approach for his second album.
Forget what you know about albums, and take a look to the future. Trying to experiment with innovative directions of expressing his art, Ritmo
decided to take the concept of Phrases and separate them into two phrases, Phrase A and Phrase B.
Each Phrase consists of a collage of Ritmo's latest artistic creation and expresses different moods. Phrase A, is the melodic, happy and sunny side of
It begins with 'Follow Me', which is a seductive psychedelic tune that signals you, as the sample will say to leave everything behind and follow this
revolutionary process. After you managed to pass the first stage, you will start having 'Big Eyes'. This is a natural procedure in Phrase A, and comes with
reinforcement of Motion Drive, aka Philip Guillaume. Having 'Big Eyes' helps you realize the positive side of life and start dancing in a manic uncontrolled
manner to show it. If you think that it will help you distinguish between a 'Dream and Reality' then you might be expecting a surprise. Because this trip was
designed exactly for destroying all the predictable assumption we have, and the best way is to embrace the notion that a dream and reality can happen
simultaneously. For the final phase of Phrase A, we must 'Imprint' you.
After all, passing through such a musical turbulence needs a final proof that you are eligible to go to the next stage, to Phase B. But in order to leave a
mark that will give the proper grounds for this kind of 'Imprint', Ritmo called another expert for the job, Zen Mechanics, aka Wouter Thomassen. Together,
they create the finale that both closes a Phrase and opens another one, using their special thumping base line and sweeping rhythms.