This is a budget priced (around £7) mix of some of the earliest of Demdike Stare’s recordings. The one track is housed in a basic cardboard sleeve with no information on it except the name of the artist. The music itself though is magnificent and makes up for the lack of information on the packaging design. It shifts between elements of 70s sounding free jazz, Arabic rhythms, industrial noise and lilting ambient trance motives. It is electronic music that has to be listened too in one sitting when you are prepared to take an hour out of your life and let the music overtake the room. There was one section that even reminded me of moments on Current 93’s Nature Unveiled, though this lasts a few seconds before Demdike drift off into some static keyboard washes that bridge some of the different movements. The last jazz section starts off with a chant to John Coltrane before its jazz bass and sax sound plays a single haunting note that melts into an electronic wash; perfect.