An ode to the moss, lichen and algae of this and other worlds; Microflora is Jack's first cassette release since 1991. I was drawn to Jack's compositions after observing him perform on a radio program a few years ago. Jack's conscious and active involvement in the process of generating ambient sound-spaces, is refreshing and stimulating, and lends a narrative quality to the work. The title of Jack's own small record publishing label, "Aural Films", suggests the focus of his audio works, which are cinematic in their approach to composition and performance. For the listener, Jack's work is like watching a film with one's ears. This is also why I reached out to Mea to provide the striking and equally narrative visuals for this album. So, with the synthesis of Jack's audio journey and Mea's inspiring visual prompt, follow these artists into a realm where living structures, normally obscured beyond the curtain of micro-scale, emerge as landscape and architecture for the wandering and questing listener...
I tell you: Erik's performance was the highlight. I started getting his work after that. Like Steve, he grew on me more and more. This album is spectacular. You must have it. it is my very favorite of his. It is another world. petco
This is one of the most different and special tribute/cover I ever heard, certainly to the most brilliant progressive rock band of all times.
Scott did an amazing and excellent work of almost one hour, probably for his favorite Pink Floyd Masterpiece, Echoes.
Chapeau. mick bis