What do you do to this type of music and sound? You let it allow you to travel.
Person Pitch has a serene feel – like being whispered to by a ghost – I feel like I’m on the Aspen Mountains when I listen. There’s something beautiful and upliftingly haunting about the flow and transitions. Obviously, repetition, hypnosis, and trance all play a major role (but in a positive way). The lyrics have meaning and passion. Overall Person Pitch is album is addicting, but not in a hard drug kind of way. You might not be hooked instantly. I recognize for some it will just take time to fully appreciate; I couldn’t recommend one song and say “That’s! what the album is or is like.” It’s a continuous experience. One song won’t do it justice. There really is no reason to highlight one or two songs and I see no harm in not distinguishing any (plus there are only 7 to choose from).
This is just one piece of work that works harmoniously with each successive song. I recommend users try it, go cold turkey, then try it some more. Enjoy.
– Eric McCarty (12/2/2011)