Back In is a cerebral study. Every sound is given time to emerge from silence, distort and rotate, to echo and decay. The subtle background hum merely fixes the tones as they slowly parade their individual beauty and nuances.
Sometimes abrupt, almost shrill, the tones demand attention before vibrating and fading back into the murky distance. Individual notes twist and gyrate, presented in isolation, in detail, in exquisite wholeness.
Rarely restful, frequently provocative, the atmosphere evokes unnatural landscapes, alien and angular movements- the strange flickers at the edge of vision or the creation of rarely seen shades of colour. The uniqueness of each note, every tone, is exposed and catalogued- the nuanced crescendo as it approaches before a retreat.