From a micro point of view, fourth track "Drip" is not only a very impressive performance of a progressive-style composition but also a complex blend of Armenian/Turkish folk heritage both with jazz and classical music. The saxophone and male/female vocals topping to electronically supported keys and rhythm in this piece seems to be put by a very talented musician. From a general point of view, underneath each detailed structure, we can even see somethin' tried by Herbie Hancock in his hip-hop period. Besides all, having listened to each piece in the album order, I can easily say that there is a designed rise and fall scheme for the tension not only in each individual performance but also between each track. I should accept that the emotional state of this album is an undefined playing object (upo); but considering the name we can say that this situation is already previewed by Tigran Hamasyan.