Something reminiscent of S/O/R, with a familiar backup in the second track. For all of that it does seem to lack a certain cogency in terms of bite. Then Gyphe suddenly stands out with a promising start. It certainly ups the ante, but I feel this is a little shy of being as bold as it could. With a title of Neurospora, I want this music to attach itself firmly and grow throughout my nervous system. Ensed draws me in a little further and I find myself wanting a little more variation in the background. Almost as if aspiring no further than a golden mean, making it white-line in the electronic form of M/O/R. Either that, or it is going to be a gradual ascension to a climax... And there's me getting all serious, and Squeak assails the ears. What can I say?) A fantastically constructed track, as it turns out. Anyway, the piece exudes a raw animism that appeals to mine own sensibilities. A shift in perspective of the perceptive perhaps? Then conforming to the wonders of creative creation, the shiro forms hyphae-thetically with the vegetative Mycelium. A sort of homokaryo-ko. Possibly the largest known organism in the world! Nature has an enormous propensity for perspectives, this branches out very nicely in this track. Wapa almost seems like a domineering man of the forest amidst all these spores of musical endeavour. With Mother Nature dancing in opposition. And thus the combination creates a balance. Morra continues this further primevalism, in a sense a posture of powerful simplicitude. Actually makes for a fitting round up of the growth of greenery through the aural nerves, and a return to nature, in the sense of trusting it to find it's own balance in a very straightforward and fundamental way. Just less human interference... that clangour distorts the reception of the music of the spheres.