Jazz modalny. Gra band doświadczonej londyńskiej saksofonistki, tutaj barytonowej. Brzmienia do namysłu i do lekkiego Schadenfreude, ale są tu też free-jazzowe popisy.
Three years on from the release of the last Collocutor album, a new line-up has headed into the studio under the watchful eye of founding member Tamar Osborn. The results are uniformly impressive, with Osborn's six new compositions largely exploring a deeper, more atmospheric blend of late night jazz. Of course, there are still mind-altering, heavyweight workouts to enjoy - see the discordant post-punk jazz-rock fuzz of "The Angry One", an aggressive blast of razor-sharp horns, squally guitars and sweaty drums - but in general the tracks that linger longest in the memory are those that shuffle menacingly in pursuit of bittersweet, slow-burn release. For proof, check out the brilliant "Pause", "Continuation" and the ultra-smoky opener "Deep Peace".