When checking if I wrote about Matt Krefting before, I came to the\r\n sad conclusion I didnt. Which is odd, since hes closely\r\n connected to \r\n my beloved Idea Fire Company. Krefting is also a member of many\r\n other\r\n bands, such as Son Of Earth, Duck, Itchy Pits, The Believers,\r\n Destroyer and many more. He plays everything, everywhere and with \r\n everyone. Man In Revolt is the total opposite: hes alone at the\r\n piano, plus perhaps a bunch of electronics, most likely guitar\r\n effects. These are kept however to a minimum, as the main thing is \r\n the\r\n piano. Its an utter lo-fi, hiss covered tape, but no doubt its\r\n intended to be like that. Minor keys are played, while the sustain\r\n pedal is pressed down hard to add that darker texture to the \r\n music. On\r\n the B-side there is a short track Forgets Breakfast which is made\r\n with fog horns (or so it seems). Its a great release, along the\r\n lines \r\n of the recent Graham Lambkin CD, or even Organums recent work\r\n (Amen). A pity that its on cassette and not CDR - maybe I could\r\n ask\r\n for a re-issue? - FdW, Vital Weekly.