Concert review in Sydney Morning Herald

“These idiomatically eccentric pieces variously carried misty echoes Erik Satie, progressive rock, fairground innocence and folk melodies, with phases dedicated to establishing and sustaining rather autumnal moods punctuated by rhythmic and textural surprises. Like a painter working with shades of the same colour, the palette did not shift radically: no starbursts of energy, although there were flashes of elfin lyricism, notably in Sollbruchstelle.” said John Shand in the Sydney Morning Herald about our Art As Catharsis concert at 107 Projects with Alon Ilsar. For this concert, we set up in the middle of the room, with the audience around us, and the clip-on bulbs on our note stands as the only light source.