"I took the baton from Production Unit's first three entries in the series, keeping in mind his initial self-imposed rules about minimum means; so the tracks here are all comprised of nothing except for a single sample of white noise - albeit repeatedly heavily processed - and everything else comes from my own mouth, in one way or another. However unlike his approach to meditative listening, I find that I can't focus on reading or working without motion or unexpected interjections. Paradoxically, the less movement overall in music the harder my ears and brain go to work on trying to uncover its secrets, and so for my pieces here the grist is as important as the rest of the wheat in the mill. The queasy, pitch-drifting textures - themselves very slow notes - counterpointed Phil Hine's amorphous writing in a way that focused the mind on untangling his tentacles rather than the intertwined drones. Proceeds, as with the preceding releases in the series, to Unity Centre, Glasgow." Mastered by Black & Red Mastering.