Something about listening to this latest collection from the collaborative minds of Christine Ott and Mathieu Gabry pitches the decay of autumn against imagined fragments of regeneration forthcoming this spring. There’s an inherently organic feel to it all care the instrumentation alongside an otherworldly fuse of electronics adding an edge of uncertainty. Much like the seasons change is ever evolving, ever present. The four numbers include diving headlong into a whirlwind of introspection via the opening Elevation coupled with a cracked flirtation of Jazz on Shadow Society / A piece of freedom. The low-end theory dominating the piano which engulfs the mood and atmosphere of the final RÜPTUR 47 is suitably gigantic granting the listener free flights of fancy imagination amid Richard Knox’s cutting guitar.