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Stereo Sinai / Press

“Stereo Sinai is made up of two wonderful musicians, Miriam Brosseau and Alan Jay Sufrin. They’re hip. Not shallow hip. They’re more then just cool, new, innovative, cutting edge and trendy. The urban dictionary says hip is “Cooler than cool, the pinnacle of what is it. Beyond all trends and conventional coolness.” They make hip, great, real Jewish music. They are also smart, humble and generous.”

“Stereo Sinai’s infectious Europop/electronica sound mixed with “lyrics stolen from God” is an once amazingly beautiful and commanding in message.”

“The words might be thousands of years old, but Stereo Sinai's sound feels both immediate and necessary.”

“It’s like I was hypnotized by Brosseau’s ethereal voice and the combination of familiar traditional lyrics and contemporary, pop inflected musical arrangements. It’s really, really compelling!”

“Their songs infuse what the couple describes as bubblegum pop with lyrics from Tanakh, including some scenes that wouldn’t seem particularly singable. It was funny, but I found myself humming along to a tune whose words narrated the story of the binding of Isaac.”

“Stereo Sinai delivers exactly what their name suggests….Stereophonic goodness filled with rich messages reminiscent of the wisdom given down at Sinai.”

“No kitsch here, just a duo with a great crackly, bouncing sound and a lot of heart. I lost about 20 minutes listening to the 'cast and a bunch of their other tracks. Great stuff.”

“...I realized this is more than just any duo. Stereo Sinai was something rare...The couple, with two very different styles, have produced a sound I’ve never experienced before yet can’t get enough of.”

“Stereo Sinai [performs] what they refer to as “Biblegum pop,” or stolen lyrics from God. The music that duo Miriam Brosseau and Alan Sufrin perform is all their own, though.”

“I really like the feel and the spirit of this music! And introducing the Hebrew is magical.”

Frankie Eldorado - ReverbNation

“One of the most unusual and innovative new bands on the Jewish music scene...”

“Relentlessly cute”

"Favorite band of 2009"