(106) Bill Milkowski, JazzTimes -- 01/01/2001

The Other Shore travels organically from fragile, Zen-like passages, where space becomes the dominant player, to dense sections of sheer sonic maelstrom. It's more about creating textures, setting moods and smashing convention along the way rather than establishing linear melodies or compositional integrity.
Too dark and edgy for New Age devotees and too soundscapey and swingless for the jazz crowd, this boldly subversive offering may appeal to fans of John Cage, David Torn, Fred Frith, Naked City and some of the more fringe artists.

Bill Milkowski