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1 review »My mum and Dad's cat when I was a teenager was called Jasper. he was ace, a totally neurotic seal point Siamese who ate all my jumpers & shredded the curtains, trashed the christmas tree, got locked in an holidaying neighbours house for a week and stole another neighbours sunday roast of the table (in front of them). Nostalgia aside, we have a new CD in by neo-droner & sound designer Jaspe ... »

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Singing Stones by Jasper TX
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 19 February 2009
My mum and Dad's cat when I was a teenager was called Jasper. he was ace, a totally neurotic seal point Siamese who ate all my jumpers & shredded the curtains, trashed the christmas tree, got locked in an holidaying neighbours house for a week and stole another neighbours sunday roast of the table (in front of them). Nostalgia aside, we have a new CD in by neo-droner & sound designer Jasper TX called 'Singing Stones' which had Clint & I cooing over its cover like the quiet design spods we may well be. The most sumptuous aerial photo of the countryside (where???), bathed in a radiant glow of sunshine, it's complemeted by the grand, moving ambient cacophony inside, where the journey begins with soothing waves of delicious drifting ala Stars of the Lid is underpinned with the sound of digital insects munching their sandwiches, the wind gently caressing their storm shelter as they cling to the virtual peaks of a desolate musical mountain, somewhere, sometime. I'm most intrigued by this generation of sonic adventurers, their use of deeply affecting ambient tools, spliced with fascinating laptop future-glitch & experimental dub/noise textures and calamitous classical abstractions. I'm sure fans of the likes of Machinefabriek will devour this alarmingly interesting CD. It'd take me a good 2 hours to review it in depth, such is the scope of imagination/detail on here. Really worth your attention, housed in a tri-fold card sleeve on Fang Bomb.

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