released August 30, 2019
for me, Martin Rach is the most predominant experimental musician from Lithuania, he is prolific, he is consistent and obsessive in his doings. Even if he may have been searching for bordelines and extended areas but it is the case of experimental music since progressive and krautrock but reached its apotheosis through the post-punk movement. On the other side, some new experimental music threads came through jazz, more notably thanks to Sun Ra, the Coltranes, and Miles Davis (of course). In some sense, it is a lost album of John Coltrane (produced by a contemporary experimental electronic music producer) because this 6-notch outing is imbued with cacophonic, jerky saxophone progressions as if played on an unstable, a bit ruined effect block. Those saxophone modalities are surrounded by ambient, faint electro-acoustic reverberations and slightly noisy pads by giving it an arousing yet coherent touch. Very pro album being issued by the artist himself at Bandcamp.