“Weather from another Planet” is the second cd release by Jeff Greinke, but this one is quite different in both nature and sound compared to his Hypnos-recording “Wide View”.
First of all, the album offers a daring and adventurous mixture of rather sophisticated beats and samples which are accompanied by cascading sounds. As the music further proceeds, the more its seems to run into a sort-of cross-cultural journey where soft lingering melodies take-off within a vast array of textures and atmospheres.
There are some elements scattered over the album, such as the xylophone-sounds, reminding a little of the former work of Robert Rich, but overall this work reflects the unique sound & approach of Greinke, whose production of the cd is flawless.
This album is for those who like sidesteps in electronic music with a small dash of experiment.
You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Jeff Greinke artist page