Review: Karsh Kale

Karsh Kale

(Six Degrees)

Once, many moons ago man was liberated from the shackles, which both free and enslave the often-flawed self. And you, under a contemporary moon maybe contemplating the relevance of the prior statement, ummm…couldn’t help you there. But indeed, if you were to direct your eardrums towards Kale’s sound you might experience a sense of liberation from the stress of our often-strenuous existence.

The album is a simplistically complex arrangement of emotion and sound…it’s modern day classical music for a culture trapped in a techno-sphere of work and beer. His compositions induce numerous reactions as they progress from track to track. An album of this magnitude can only be produced from the heart and musical parameters are often shattered when one’s foundation for musical creations comes from inside.