review :: uracan666
" You give a blend of earlier and later Coltrane in G6 and throughout the album with a touch of Eric Dolphy and some heavy Ornette Coleman. You effects work was very interesting. It reminded me of John Frusciante's solo work. On the first track I really liked how you made your horn sound like a guitar. Very fucking cool. The album is an electrified journey through a subway tunnel, a computer, and a wild west apocalypse. The snippets of popular riffs that you threw in were a nice touch. The almost ever present distortion in some form or other fits in well with the feel of the piece. I am sure that you worked hard on this because it really shows. My favorite song is the title track. I loved the variation in playing, the slow progression from almost clean to very dirty. The message of audience response being pavlovian and it's effect on the artist who reaches for new places and the audience that responds the same whether it's good, bad, challenging, or plain. I look forward to hearing more in the future.
You have such fat, sweet sound that I would love to hear an album with just you and maybe a stripped down band. Just the straight business. Your sound really touches people. The beauty and power of your instrument in it's raw state would be a pleasure to the listener's ears. Your song is like a loud, sweet cry from the 1940's. You have a very classic sound. Maybe grab a singer and do something along the lines of the Coltrane/Hartman album.
Congrats on the great work! "
-from a personal letter