Stereo Sinai is the Good Book like you’ve never heard it before.
Dubbed “biblegum pop,” the band’s signature sound is the heretical combination of ancient, holy tongues with blasphemous backbeats and synthesized pop melodies. If Gwen Stefani and Will.i.am had been on the mountain with Moses, they would have come down sounding a lot like Stereo Sinai.
The married duo, made up of singer/songwriter Miriam Brosseau and producer Alan Jay Sufrin, comes with a few warnings for the uninitiated, claiming “We steal lyrics FROM GOD,” and “Rabbinic Advisory: Woman Singing.” But once you’ve tasted the sacred ear-candy that is Stereo Sinai, you’re bound to become a Thumper (Stereo Sinai fans are called “Thumpers,” from the term “bible-thumpers”).
Stereo Sinai released their debut double-album, “Biblegum Pop” and “The Revelation Will Not Be Televised” at the Hester in December, 2011.
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