Craig Anderton from EQ Magazine says:
|Amin Bhatia’s Interstellar Suite was an electronic music touchstone back when synths were analog, and recording was done on tape – not computers. After years as a successful film composer, Bhatia is back with “Virtuality,” another musical tour de force that takes advantage of what today’s (and yesterday’s) technology has to offer.|
Featuring guest artists Steve Porcaro and Patrick Moraz, “Virtuality” is dedicated to the late synth pioneer Robert Moog, and a portion of every sale goes to the Bob Moog Foundation – an organization dedicated to keeping his archives, and pioneering spirit, alive.
But while the album is technically impressive (it uses vintage synthesizers from the Cantos Foundation Synthesizer Museum as well as several from personal collections), that would be meaningless if it wasn’t for the fact that the music is adventurous, exciting, and beautifully recorded and produced. It’s taken a long time, but “Virtuality” is a worthy successor to the legacy of “Interstellar Suite.” – Craig Anderton, EQ Magazine