a moody alien in the dark probably sounds better in the dark...
...but here's a a couple of reviews, just in case you enjoy reading about things:
"[...] Is he moody? Yes. Is he an alien? Possibly. Is his real name Al? No idea.
The moodiness is apparent in the frequent shifts of tone and timbre, from the dark and dungeonlike to the bright and upbeat. At times the music bleeds hints of Kid Koala (the harmonica and spoken word cut-ups of “in the dark” ~ What was it all about? And I said, “I don’t know.”). At times it drips the grime of industrial (the crunching percussion and guitar grinds of “Oh1′”). But other tracks are meditative (“3791”), cartoon-like (“new deal”), tap-like (“Oh2′”) or experimental (“F-lander”). This haphazardness is likely a product of the long gestation; sequencing must have been a bear.
The lack of a signature sound usually works against a performer, but in this case it helps. When the sounds begin to flow backwards in “Oh1′” and “dead man telling tales”, the listener can sense a bit of internal consistency. The same is true of the impeccably mastered stereo percussion, the constant that keeps the recording grounded. [...]"
Richard Allen for A Closer Listen
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"[...] This is an eclectic mixture of minimalism, free jazz, free improvisation, noise, drone music, ambient, musique concréte and electroacoustic music, which the author recommends listening really in the dark. The noir atmosphere can be literally cut. [...]"
Jan Hocek for JazzPort.cz