Pinning down what producer/musician Misha Hering, aka Memnon Sa is trying to do would probably take more space than it takes to come up with an album review.
Working out of his headquarters, Holy Mountain Studios in London England (known for producing bands like Spiritualized), Hering is yet another one of those modern artists that are trying to combine as many stylistic traces as he probably can, not only on a single album but very often within a single song/composition.
And that seems exactly the thing that he is coming up with on his latest (fourth) release, Offworld Radiation Therapy. This all-instrumental affair seems to combine everything – from fusion-like jazz to kosmiche krautrock, new age, and even doom metal. As is the case with Hering’s previous outings there are traces of instrumental hip-hop, something that turns out to be Hering’s, first teenage love.
As a whole, Offworld Radiation Therapy seems to have a utopian-like futuristic concept running, something that Hering tries even to capture through the cover done by the acclaimed designers the Burrows Brothers, something that gives this album an additional touch.
Memnon Sa – ‘Offworld Radiation Therapy’ Review
On 'Offworld Radiation Therapy,' Memnon Sa delivers a musically credible futuristic vision of a utopian-like world.