Improv electro-acoustics from a Greek duo. The liner notes and press release are pretty vague about what’s going on here; the tracks were recorded live between 2005 and 2008, and appear to have been recorded using self-made devices, analogue instruments, contact mics and samples. Opener “Attach The K” has a constant flickering sound that suggests a rhythm, but all the buzzing, droning and feedback that surrounds the flickering seems to be independent of any sort of rhythm. “Sun-Ba,” on the other hand, centers around a tapping beat, and works samples of the band’s previous recordings into a droning rhythmic collage. “Crimson Rose” threads metallic feedback through a calm melody and distant sounding percussion. Probably the most cohesive statement is “Dubud,” which begings with echoed static and high-pitched oscillations, then adds fractured bursts of dub rhythm, which seem to be edited offbeat on purpose to trip up anyone who thinks they’re going to be in for a smooth groove. This abstract rhythm gets looped and mutilated, along with some feedback that may or may not be a distorted melodica. I’m sure most reggae purists would cringe in horror upon hearing this piece, but to me it sounds like a fascinating step outside the boundaries, taking familiar ideas and experimenting with them to create something new.