Five further instalments of Machinefabriek's subtle, flitting inventiveness - for once, mostly solo (though as an inveterate collaborator he still manages to sneak in one of the first trombonists ever to feature on LMYE...). To these ears, the ravishing Interlude is the stand-out among them - its gentle burbling bonged into order by a not quite metronomic bass tone. But the twanging, creaking, faintly ominous Huiswerk pieces, the dissonant, decaying Hilary ('bone alert!) & the buzzing-edged "lullabye" Halfslaap all repay time invested in them too.
Hear more at machinefabriek.nu & his SoundCloud (some fine longer pieces there - Drijfzand, Duotoon & Loops for Voerman).
"From the album 'Music for Studies', a soundtrack to a performance by Bram Vreeswijk."
"A fragment of a 17 minute lullabye, to be released by Standard Form, on 3-inch cdr, Ocober 2010"
"Side A of a cassette single feauturing two tracks made in collaboration with trombone player Hilary Jeffery. Comes on an orange tape, housed in a stamped arigato pack."
"Recorded February 2008, using an electric guitar, a sampler and a laptop."