THE REMOTE VIEWERS: The Remote Code (triple CD)
Not for the faint-hearted. There’s not much melody here and not much rhythm - and not a lot of it sounds improvised, although some is. A procession of sounds doesn’t quite match it either, though there’s quite a bit of that and it never seems to do what you expect it to; an enigma mostly, with moments of clarity, rest, agitation, things coming and going; a lot of space and counterintuitivity. Much more psyche than soma. Side One is the side for continuity. You may not like all of it, but you may return to it or parts of it because there’s something going on that demands attention.