||It's difficult to put this next release in any words, something quite so unique hasn't appeared on Kahvi shores before. Trev Wignall is an accomplished 'foremost pioneer of electric violin' and his tracks are probably the best definition of how an electric violin should be used. Those of you remembering the good old 8 bit home computer days, can probably recognise the lead appearing in many of these tracks the same as me - as soon as I heard the tracks I thought 'that sounds like a 21st century c64 lead'.
Some of the chord changes and dynamics of these tracks are quite something, with the sublime Dark Priest beginning the EP, to Vindicator that takes you underground and out into the daylight again. Ending the EP with the 16 minute masterpiece 'The turning of a stone' with delicate plucks of the violin strings. I think you'll agree that this is probably one of those releases that will go down as the defining sound of a genre. Enjoy this amazing example of digital meets analogue!