Moist

"(I)t becomes clear that the group's structure is mutable, sometimes it's guitar and bass, sometimes guitar and sax, and so on. In the latter half of their forty minute set, they develop a dervish-like intensity which, married to a notable sense of honesty/lack of pretension, brings to mind Tarkovsky's observation that "content and conscience must come before technique - for any artist in any form." What's clear throughout is that here are four people unafraid to be musical - there's a remarkable degree of confidence to the ensemble sound and a pleasing willingness to steal the ball and run like fuck with it."

by Colin Buttimer