Fantastic stuff - traditional instruments overlaid with the beeps, whistles and clicks of stop-start electronica and samples. The end result is a sort of combination of Thom Yorke's The Eraser and the Wicker Man soundtrack (and yes that is a good thing). There is also something of Syd Barrett in the some of the lyrics and vocals. The end result, though, is genuinely innovative and although lumped in with the strange/acid/twisted folk crowd, Tunng are actually moving more in the direction of, say Four Tet, and challenging our expectations of what "folk" music might be. Probably not what Ewan MacColl had in mind for folk, but the wizened fans bands like the Incredible String Band might find something to love here along with Espers fans. Anyway, you might not get it first time round, but all will become clear with persistent listens.