"Swiss-German sound researchers with an interesting, very effective approach to turntable manipulation: Using six to eight record players simultaneously, they play only the run-out grooves or labels of the records, plus generate tones using rubber bands, adhesive tape, and tooth brushes to tweak the phono cartridges and repeating lock-grooved records. The resulting sounds range from ultraminimal blipsnhiss to solid grooves not too far from Krautrock- Eddie Flowers. ..(LP) from the German masters of a new genre: "runoff groove". That is, electronic music created from the snap-crackle- pop of old LP runoff grooves, tonearm feedback, et cetera. Minimal tones that slowly build into rhythmic order. Their previously self-released (and now long gone) 12" & 10" wowed me with a brilliant focus on the tiny "unwanted" byproducts of the vinyl medium. Synchronic with Pole, Porter Ricks, Oval, et al., but with an even more experimental feel than previously believed possible. A 100% necessary release" - Jace Krause (HotF/Lost In Translation). Found a few more copies of this 1999 release. Slight storage wear on the jackets. Highly recommended!