Two London synth jammers take opposing sides of this tape. First off is KK/KK with "He Had LSB (Part l and ll)" which features slow synth tones, back and forth pitch shifting, and lots of watery notes that ping pong and echo throughout. This is a synth jam that you can easily space out and get lost in as things fade out or fade in almost unnoticed. Before you know it the tape will have ended and time will have passed. Time to turn over to side B.
The second side is taken over by Poldr's "Monolakes Ashes." Poldr's side is more minimal than the KK/KK side and features more slow swells and muddy synth murk. When I say this jam is minimal it is more so in a negative way. A very minimal amount of things happen. The piece doesn't go much further than where it started. Eventually delayed notes enter into the piece but those aren't frequent enough to change the flow of things. The KK/KK side definitely takes the cake on this one and also gives reason for one to give this tape a listen. 5/10 -- Jon Lorenz (19 November, 2009)