The music itself is very similar to the first Dream Into Dust EP, with a broad cross-section of instrumentation highlighted on each track. Traditional ethnic instruments once again share common ground with more digitally oriented music-making devices in a very complementary manner. Dream Into Dust is certainly a band that would fit into the Projekt or 4AD catalogue quite nicely if offered the opportunity while still maintaining enough originality as to avoid sounding like any of their current rosters.
My sole complaint with this release is that while the artists go out of their way to package a truly unique release, the packaging itself hampers my ability as the listener to enjoy the release in a single location. Because of the media used, I am relegated to always listening to "A Prison For Oneself" on my home stereo system because they still haven't invented a turntable that works in an automobile.
Dream Into Dust is: Derek Rush, Patrick Hogan, and Bryin Dall
P.O. Box 7003
New York, NY 10116-7003