Throughout these eight works, you’ll hear Frith explore hallowed sounds and grinding lines to complement sequences of oscillating flows and rhythmically oriented strumming maneuvers. Frith detunes his guitars on occasion for movements consisting of trance-like harmonic intervals and off kilter folk-based motifs. He also institutes chillingly enigmatic choruses as he mounts a reverse overdrive attack on "No Birds," where he performs on two guitars simultaneously. The guitarist ends this piece with a daintily organized coda, to cap off a truly mesmerizing affair. Listen up and learn as Frith’s masterpiece should be deemed essential listening for those who are willing to explore what they don’t teach in textbooks and classrooms.