Originally a title for Adrian Dollemore's cd-r collections of lo-fi experiments, he eventually assembled material for live performance. Using tapes, electronics and guitars through chains of effects, his fundamentally earth-ground chords and astrally-projective processing paint a rural tonality with a bristling white afterglow.
After issuing a limited editon run of hand painted cd-rs via Krayon Recordings, Adrian began playing with Steve d'enton, formerly of Peel favorites Quickspace, on drum kit. Steve's direct but tactile style drives straight through the x-axis of Adrian's skyward guitar, with cymbals and hi-hats droning and splashing around his motorik anchor.
During this period, the duo recorded material with the group Dukes of Pouch, at the time a quintet also featuring Tony Bevan, John Edwards and Ashley Wales. Marrying repetitive rhythms with a freely improvised feel, their music seems to generate a locked groove of accumulating sound and gesture.