Is it Krautrock? Is it psychedelic? Who cares? One thing's for sure: its Out There, in a very big way. "Black Sand" and "Places of Light" are weird enough, being filled with whacked out organ, trippy lyrics and heavily wah-wahed guitar, but they don't prepare you for the opus of cerebrum-frying noise that is "Brainticket". For me, Jane Free's vocals are the real treat. She's not what you'd call a technically proficient singer but, like Kim Gordon from Sonic Youth, she has an instantly recognisable style that can't help but grow on you. Her lyrics are exceptional and deserve to be called poetry. What's more, she seems to be making much of them up as she goes along, or is it just exceptionally well-written free verse. All in all, this album has you on the edge of your seat throughout, wondering at your own sanity.