Reviews 2103

This vinyl-only release vents delicious overspill from the sessions which produced the Norwegian troupe´s "8" back in 2007... tilts the balance between extremes - the velvet touch and the billowing beast - firmly in favour of the feral. But whereas before the bipolarity had a tendency to cast listeners adrift, leaving them with gobsmacked looks, glazed with a sense of bewilderment, here the passages of extraterrestial bombast more than match those of a more humanist, bucolic strain. 4/5.
Record Collector (UK)

"11" captures the quartet´s classic sound: a dark and exhilarating mix of extemporised rock, jazz, electronica and minimalism.
Jazzwise (UK)

Muddling the chronology slightly with this six vinyl only tracks taken from the group´s last studio session as a quartet, "11" is more eclectic and unsettled than its predecessor. With Vespestad lend percussive hiccups and an erratic thump to all but two of these group improvisations this one runs from weightless trumpet blowing and lurching rhythmic workouts to staccato jazz space and scattergun jumble - providing still more examples  of the seemingly bottomless ingenuity that Supersilent seem to have at their disposal.
Rock-a-Rolla (UK)

Supersilent´s "11" sees the innovative, left-field outfit swim in the waters of aural experimentation, exploration and varied time signatures with sometimes featureless musical landscapes becoming layered and angular.
HiFi World (UK)




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