Sweet and nasty c-14 from Shivering Window, with Inner-Exo, on Juniper Tree Songs. Heavy convulsive walls of static and noise juxtapositioned against pop structured basement lo fi. Something here seems a bit fiendish, almost sinister. As if the composer has a deeper meaning, a sort of ulterior motive that I just can't catch. At it's best moments, tracks are turbulent and almost difficult to decipher, holding the listener at arms length building suspense and desire. The exceptional opening track I Wanna Never Ever has everything a good bit of outsider pop ought to, hope, loneliness, brevity, and downright noisy as hell.
Black shells pro printed tapes, solid presentation all around. And don't think I didn't notice the JTS logo in that sweet old TSR font. Grab directly from Juniper Tree Songs.