"It feels really nice to get your ears cleaned out with
the sound of Delay Lama's 'Mk. 1.' (...) What originally might
have been simple experiments with riffs, noise and song structures
has been cut and criss-crossed, effect-processed and assimilated
into a fluid, fascinating sequence that moves on the line
between drone and noise. (...) It creates it's own universe
that is ambiguous and underproduced, gloomy and disturbing,
but not anxious to please or sadistically punishing. Ideas
follow ideas in a room that might be for 'advanced listeners',
but actually is pleasant - at times even fun - to be in. Because
of the playfulness that seems to have pervaded the abrupt
piano notes and odd guitar treatments on the original recordings
are still there. The result is a beautiful and strange product
that actually deserves a recommendation."
- Cd review by Danish independent music magazine Geiger.
essentially one long track that begins like a fuzzy humming
drone piece but becomes more rhythmical as it evolves.
Then different parts are more minimal with strange guitar
and electronic sounds and peculiar bleeps and frequencies.
Curious and interesting."
|Norman Records rating: 'Happy'