"Recorded wasted in Sheffield, I asked a really drunk friend with hiccups to heckle me while I jammed. It turned out shit and had to edit it out. The laughter on the B side was due to me handing out flowers, blinding someone with washing up liquid, having a plastic dog piss on my head, etc." - Luke Poot
'"Human of Stow was recorded on a late model four track with one input. The four track was laying on the bedroom floor, and every now and then I would plug something into it, assign it to one of the tracks and record for a while. I did this until a c90 tape was full. Listening back I found the results very satisfying, and this way of doing things has influenced everything I've done since a great deal. When a number of instruments or sounds are grouped together they inevitably start to relate to each other (at least in the perception of the listener) and the fact that this seems to be the case even when the instruments are layered without any reference to the other parts makes it clear that the whole idea of form is pretty elastic" - Dan Melchior
"Tension and release, uninterrupted flux of multiplications and collisions, a very personal use of the instrument create unusual sonorities that run through astonishing territories. A labyrinthic, polymorphous, totally improvised descent to the most secret heart of music" - Stefano Arcangeli.