Unsettling and distinctly claustrophobic. If either of the previous are your thing, then this is for you. I am not as eloquent as the previous reviewer, but for me, this is an album to savour. It is up there with Lawrence English's, Kiri No Oto and Rosy Parlane's, Jesamine, as a fine example of abstractism in music. In fact, despite being a "difficult" listen, it maybe far more accessable than either of those albums. It has the massive sub bass tones so beloved of Mika Vainio, with a nod to Oren Ambarchi's wonderful lower register frequencies. Tracking it would prove fruitless, as it is just relentless in it's forward motion, with an almost organic quality. Chauveau and Hess are to be applauded for giving the material over for such a re-working. As with the Fennesz/On album. Indeed Chauveau, who is at times accused of being at the light weight end of the Glitch/Minimalist/Electronica scene, has shown he is not afraid to mix it up with the heavy weights.