Solo improvisations on multiple instruments simultaneously.
'No exit' is a varied selection of some recordings from the period July - September 2009. The track titles, numbers between 8 and 44x, are the order in which sessions were recorded. '28', the first track is a piece of noise-drone created with just sousen and radio, and some effects of course. It abruptly changes into the much calmer '38', which was recorded especially with this idea in mind, and which uses electric morin khuur mainly. '13' is probably best described as a mixture of punk, house, and noise, and is much louder again. The 'x' in '44x' means that this is only part of this recording. This is the most recent recording on the CD. It uses 7-string bass, and might be the most accessible and/or 'friendly' part of the CD. After that, '8', one of the earliest recordings replaces the 'friendliness' with some noise-jazz in which the morin khuur - distorted this time - plays the main part. With the industrial noise of '29' the music calms down a little bit again. '21' is another piece of noise-jazz, but this time with an important role for the sousen, which is used to created a variety of noisy loops and rhythms. '27', finally, may be my favorite recording. It is the longest single piece of music recorded thus far and is mostly relatively calm. Main instruments are the morin khuur and the radio, both transformed by means of pitch shifter effects. It is also the only recording thus far in which four instruments were used.