"This is another compilation disc in the stable of Electroshock Records. It is difficult to write a review about a compilation CD and certainly when it contains minimalistic, electroacoustic, low-fi, experimental music. ... If you like calm, classical, ambient, avant-garde experimental music you must explore this new compilation album of Electroshock Records (and of course also all the previous ones)." - Peter-Jan van Damme ("Darker Than the Bat")
Electroacoustic Music Vol VII - 2002 Order Number - elcd026/elcd027
The 2002 release in Electroshock's series of cutting edge and experimental music compilations. "This is art with a capital "A", there are no commercial considerations here, no pop hits. The two CDs contain a total of twenty tracks, and feature artists from right across the world....It has to be said that the contents on this double CD is in no way easy listening. It represents a challenge for anyones' ears, including mine - one really needs an appreciation of the surreal and perhaps the bizarre to even gain a foothold with the sound presentation on this double album." - John Peters ("The Borderland")
Electroacoustic Music Volume V Order Number - ELCD013
"The samplers of electroacoustic music of Electroshock Records display the great merit of having broken the frontier among artists of a classical education and artists formed in the culture of Rock, Pop, and other genres traditionally regarded as "little serious" by the supporters of the most retrograde of conservationisms. Fortunately, such initiatives as those developed by this label allow the audience to listen to the sound adventures by creators from all origins, and in doing so, the listener can realise that, in their different trends, all these artists follow a given common path, which is to progress with their music towards the unknown, to offer the listener new continents of sound." - Edgar Kogler.