Boomkat Product Review:
Variegated, automated and unpredictable electronic composition ranging from psychoacoustic incisions to rhythmically taut aces such as 'Dancing Music'.
RIYL Eric Frye, Florian Hecker, Frank Bretschneider.
"[Technological Music Vol. 2 is] a series of calculated disasters wherein compositional intent is exercised to varying degrees before and/or after the moment of performance. The Irreproducible Results are single-pass, unedited improvisations featuring borrowed gear configured to maximise complexity and minimise predictability. The remainder are heavily edited constructions utilising detritus of the aforementioned experiments, with the Pulse Matrices continuing a game of formal telephone begun on Vol. 1.
Tools include oboe, English horn, heckelphone, baritone oboe, microphones, and analogue synthesis. Many thanks to Lance Grabmiller, Matt Ingalls, Scott Goff, Ernst Karel, Niko Wenner, and the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players."