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Boomkat Product Review:
Described on their Myspace page as 'friends who meet to make music when opportunities arise', The Treecreepers are the core duo of trumpeter Ian R Watson and percussionist/producer Pete Flood, but as you can probably guess, the band morphs and folds to take in wandering avant garde-sters whenever it can. 'At the Mill' was recorded over a weekend and was totally improvised, however Flood added electronics posthumously which gives the record that studio gloss and production panache which can be heard on the finished product. Of course they're abstract, with choppy rhythms and squealing trumpet hiccupping over bleeping electronics and drones, but there's also something defiantly listenable about it all with some tracks sounding almost like early electronic pioneers the Radiophonic Workshop. It's fabulously irreverent stuff though, going from the abstract and surreal to the pensive and cinematic with an ease only heard from veteran musicians. They might not be a name you've heard mentioned much before but The Treecreepers have enough left-leaning abstraction to keep even the most tireless avant-addict more than happy. Volcano the Bear fans take note!