If you feel that the pursuit of power and profit is having a negative effect on the soul of humanity you are not alone. Starting with the slick and breezy 'Hippy Chick' the album quickly moves into moody political anger. 'Paris Peace' is based around the bloody anti war (Vietnam) protests. The US first began to show true nazi style tendencies attacking 10,000 peace demonstrators with hoards of police and national guardsmen outnumbering the protesters 2 to 1. The Vietnam war was finally brought to an end. Sadly the US government and military industrial complex continues to sacrifice fine young men and woman on invasive political wars. Largely for the profits of it's narrow minded corporate hierarchy and against the wishes of most loyal US citizens. The album continues with themes around the ignorance of dumbed down celebrity obsessed pop culture addicts and the nazi idealism of efficiency and profiteering at the expense of the weak and innocent. The cutting 'Land of Violent Robots' reflects on the growing tendency for western military and police to be brainwashed violent robots. Unquestioningly launching assaults against their own citizens at the behest of corporate behemoths. Overall 'Magic Sunrise' is a damning artistic reflection of modern times but with an uplifting melodic backbone reflecting the goodness and strength that embodies the real human soul and it's power to outlast and overcome all tyranny. Creating melodious, alternative and sometimes provocative soundscapes I hope you will find a space within the music that you can resonate with. Some tracks and soundscapes are extremely subtle. Others more challenging. The CD - Magic Sunshine has 15 tracks and is just under 55 minutes long, it is capable of taking you on a journey. Let yourself float along in the expressive and funky beats, harmonies, melodies occasionally jerked by soulful dissonance. A great listen at a range of volumes - you will find more things you like the more you listen.