Some interesting moments from the Synth&Sequences review of "Morning City": Lupari (the reviewer) refers, "to a more underground music, to a music of which the points of comparison simply don't exist." I feel this is the case with the release, in that most listeners may at first be challenged by the use of field recordings-- ie all of the urban sounds that are mixed with the piano, trombone, bass and other instruments. Lupari writes, "I got to admit that it took me more (than) one attempt, we suprise ourselves to perceive that music really can arise from the din." The uniqueness of the album seems at first confusing to the ear, but in time the listener "gets" it-- they tune in to the intended frequency, concerning city life and music as a whole. Towards the end of the review, "Lupari" calls the work a "brilliant blow." He seems generally really impressed with it, and captures the experience of listening to the album very well.