Each of the instrumentalists saxophonist Alan Wilkinson, electric guitarist N.O. Moore, double bassist John Edwards and drummer Eddie Prévost scramble along in a sidelong manner with Wilkinson's wheezy cries and bluesy ache heard at the top of the sound and a whole undergrowth of bass rumbles and rapture bubbling up from Edwards and Moore at the bottom. Quite desultory and apparently deliberately so! Prévost chivvies the others along but he is not about strict time-keeping or imposing any kind of order on the recording laid down in early 2019 at Iklectik in London. It certainly succeeds in its own whimsical and often shapeless way. Wilkinson's neat little trills can be a shock when jutted against Moore's bluesy bursts. It's the quiet thunder of Edwards who glues this ramshackle collection of ideas together and provides a binding. A puzzling anarchic sound but none the worse for that and as idiosyncratic as a lot of avant improvising can be these days.