Lovers of shoegaze and drone will feel right at home in Vaadat Charigim's luxuriant tunes. Opener "Odisea" begins with a buzz before opening into a melodic line surrounded by cascading feedback. There's a lot of pulp in the record. Producer Kyle "Slick" Johnson (whose previous production credits include Modest Mouse, Wavves, and Cymbals Eat Guitars) worked with the band, recording in a Tel Aviv apartment. And the result is a magical garage sound with jutting guitar riffs jabbing out of your speakers as Juval Haring's soothing baritone keeps melody the central focus. You can hear the great shoegaze bands of the late 80s and 90s leaving their fingerprints throughout the record. "Kezef al Hamayim" rips a page from the Cure's playbook while muddying up the venerable British band's instrumentation with a hyperactive guitar solo.