Review: Moscoman is a musical world unto himself. He's turned out a riveting and wide ranging mix of killer dance floor singles in the last few year, but always with a sense of oddness and outside influence. Part fo that comes from his Israeli heritage, part from his back ground in rock, and part from a desire to aways evolve. His second full length is another marked shift in sound, with synth pop looming large over many tracks. A well curated selection of guests helps add vocal layers to an album that is, as the artist himself says, "happy sad" as it goes from breezy ditties to intoxicating percussion tracks via psyched out Middle Eastern disco.