Selected Press

[Rhys Chatham] is one of noise rock's founding fathers. Without him, there would be no Sonic Youth, no Jesus and Mary Chain, no My Bloody Valentine . . . he remains a towering figure among six-string aficionados.

Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune, author of Wilco: Learning How to Die

“…spacious drones shimmering with intricate harmonic effects.”

Chicago Reader

“It might justly be considered music to pray to.”

Will Hermes, The New York Times

“Surging phosphorescence… Uplifting.”

David Fricke, Rolling Stone

“Stunning.”

Byron Coley, Wire Magazine