The cover is really nice for a cassette edition of 66. Two-color printing on cardstock is a pretty big investment for a small run, but Tärr provides some really good feedback, glacial drones. Elaine Radigue instantly came to mind, but more palatable than her dense catalog. It’s the kind of tape you can put on while doing other things, but it sticks right with you the entire time, letting the build up grow with you.
“My Own Body and The Automobile” starts off like it’s down the hall, a smidge of feedback that seems to get smaller and smaller the closer you listen, it begs for you to focus. And when it switches louder, that initial buzz is still in the background, accompanying a more focused turn of varying amplification.
A subdued display of mature drone and volume. 7/10 -- Andrew Murdock Livingston (8 September, 2010)