The label states that this 3" CDR release is a home recording project between two Texan noise-makers- David Lee Price and Nevada Hill. Having not previously heard anything from either individual, I really didn't know what to expect from this tiny disc, but was pleasantly surprised as the intricate web of sound that these two artists wove unraveled into my ears.
D & N's sound works in a way that would imply at first that all of this is somewhat improvised- well, that's the first impression anyway. However, as things move on it becomes clear that an editing hand has been working over these collaborative droning sounds. Drums fade into low end rumbles which suddenly disappear to reveal an acoustic guitar sadly strumming right in front of me, when I think I've got a hold of the situation, it blurs again and morphs into something else. It's quite dreamlike, and subtly composed. Don't mistake this for just another bedroom drone record. Melodies, songforms, and rhythms have just as much importance here as the whirling drones that weave them together. 9/10 -- Charles Franklin (6 August, 2008)