“It’s a highly interesting fusion of melody and harmony, context and abstraction, roots and exploration. It gives new meaning to the cliché term of “world music”, no matter what level you’re listening to it at.
The singing alternates between English, Spanish and Turkish, while the instrumentalism borrows on aspects from cultures all over the world.”
“Ozbilen doesn’t start singing until roughly the one-minute mark but once she does, she shows a voice that’s throaty yet silky smooth. It’s an instrument capable of rapid articulations in one passage before swiftly switching over into a sensuous glissando.”