Review

Audion, no. 45, September 1, 2001

This guy’s got a great sense of humour! All the squeaks and wails in the opening Junky remind me of that Monty Python sketch with the ‘mouse organ,’ and then we have all sorts of tumbling tubes and jangling plucks, as the whole sound canvas trips over itself. It keeps up like this, in various guises, and is constantly surprising. Adrian’s art is refined and so creative that it defies simple definition, as he twists sound and froths it up. He has this knack of luring the listener in, only to surprise and startle with unexpected trips and twirls, along with bizarre ring-modulations and tonality twists that defy simple description. Fascinating.

… defy simple description. Fascinating.

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