The Seven Storey Mountain V
"This album requires active engagement on the part of the listener. It’ll push you through your confusion into a place satisfyingly close to enlightenment. High volume and good speakers are heavily recommended. -David Menestres, Free Jazz Blog"
Mats Gustafsson & Paal Nilssen-Love
""Splatter" is very much a percussion-driven record, with short bursts of sounds and rapid-fire interactions. The music is intense in the sense that it is not a violent blowing session, but you have the impression that most of the music is not getting out of their instruments, but stuck somewhere between mind and reality. -Free Jazz Blog"
Joe McPhee & Jerome Bourdellon
"Manhattan Tango captures the intimacy of two friends playing in two friends' living room, materializing fire. -Rex Butters, All About Jazz"
Mats Gustafsson / Barry Guy / Raymond Strid
"The energy swells and recesses, popping circuits off the listeners receptors even in the quietest moments. -Mark Corroto, All About Jazz"
Survival Unit III
"It is a dark piece, full of frenzy, yet it is also elegant, beautifully swinging, enrooted in gospel and blues. Another great album of a great artist. -Martin Schray, Free Jazz Blog"
Ken Vandermark & Paal Nilssen-Love
"When Paal Nilssen-Love and Ken Vandermark take the stage for two uninterrupted sets, you know there's no chance they'll take the easy route. They put themselves on the spot as a duet and as individual performers, asking telling questions about the way their instruments are played; where the boundaries are, sonically, expressively, physically. – London Jazz News "
Anne-James Chaton & Andy Moor
"A collection of poetry guitar music pieces originally released as a series of four seven inch singles based around the themes of transportation and transition; side A constructed from real or factual information and material, side B from fiction and fantasy. -Unsounds"