Voice Without words
Jez Allan (Tall boys)'Dark, sonic - electronic. Shattered techno splinters from Coil and Cabaret Voltaire collide head on with the unhinged ghosts of Cluster and NEU! If you hear the milkman heading up your street whistling any of this - you'd better move to a new neighbourhood, pronto!'
Matthew Bradshaw (Jumbo Records)
"Majorly great sound-poems, samples and far out electronica. Its strength is that however avant-garde it may delve it still retains a satisfyingly rewarding feel to it. Complex but re-listenable, clever but accessible. This in my mind ticks all the right boxes in what electronica music not just sounds like, but what it can and should achieve. Recommended to the more adventurous among you."
‘Awesome! So pristine and yet so funky and occasionally filthy. Loving it’.
'An intriguing journey through sound and space. Throughout these auditory landscapes there are endless, delicious, aural moments - sensual, shimmering, organic textures that 'keep your ears on their toes' (to use an appropriately unsettling metaphor).
'As the tracks rise and fall there is a sense of continual momentum as constant sonic surprises are juxtaposed against an array of rhythmic textures that lull you into a false sense of security. Huge claustrophobic emptiness evolves into dark brightness that alternates between now and then, here and there, within and without.'
DJP is renowned for his boundary breaking approach to musical style and form and resides at the vanguard of computer music