The drummer does a wonderful job of adding to the intimacy of the track by not doing too much too soon, yielding a long, intimate build that's classy, sexy, and very psychedelic. I'm impressed by the additional guitar work as well; there are some really intriguing sounds that the guitarist generates that shouldn't be overlooked.
Another pleasant surprise from Kosher Green is the use of woodwinds about two-thirds into the track. The use of these instruments somehow creates an even more introspective and diverse sound without leaving the energy of the vibe established at the beginning of the track - it's a great step. This leads to the closing of the song, which is started by the band opening up a bit in terms of the groove, with the drummer showing his snap while still occupying a non-intrusive place in the ensemble. I'm left wondering how some of the tones of the strings were made.
"BLU DRM" by Kosher Green is the type of song you listen to while staring in the eyes of your love in the afterglow of intimacy. One of the most delicate moments two people can share together.
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