Comment: I am
very glad to back again at WM Recordings, the imprint which has
introduced me to many interesting artists like brunk, Chenard
Walcker, Roy "Chicky" Arad, Keshco, Phil Reavis, Jared C.
Balogh, The Hathaway Family Plot and many others. Beyond that the
roster embraces such luminaries as the godfather of the home
recording R Stevie Moore, and Russian dadaist sound collage and surf
pop mixed madness Messer Chups. Undoubtedly The Tail
is a highly complicated and mind-provoking one composed of three
different live gigs by the two experienced musicians wherein you can
enjoy many parallel running compartments based on the playing of a
soprano saxophone, and on the other side it is undermined by poignant
synthesiser-based bubbling and effects making an impact on a
fastidious listener. And I am probably the demanding reviewer. And if
you want to get a solid review of how to play the soprano saxophone
in an intriguing way then this issue is for you. Synthesiser is a
remarkably more broad instrument or it can even be considered a
platform, however, this issue provides a little yet intriguing bit of
it. It certainly touches on sonic qualities which remind me of
electronic krautrock artists as Konrad Schnitzler, and Asmus
Tietchens. Use The Desk Lamp is the favourite of mine because
it is absolutely fascinating in its overwhelming tempo and energy.
For me, it is jazz punk. In a word, the result is great.