Aheadahead attacks and explores permutations of the voice/music relationship: music in the accompanying role, music pushing the rhythm and dynamic of voice, voice manipulation, illustrative ‘program music’, voice dictating the music’s rhythm and tempo, solo voice, no voice and - as in the massive grand finale of the debut album - innumerable voices triumphantly, yet mournfully bid the listener adieu.
The vibe of the content is equally capricious: humor- ous, ambient narrative, surrealistic, violently aggressive, sincere, groovy, good, bad and ugly – always with an unpretentious seriousness and charming lack of respect.
“One of the most successful collisions between poetry and music in recent times: A space in which the two art forms bring out the best in each other to a rare degree”
****** Geiger (DK)
“On this record, Sundh is out on the boundaries, where it is ugly and twisted, but also noisy and quiet. He backs up Burgess' insane micro stories, that seem both like a rapper (sharpness) and a Kafkaesque poet (the interconnected, claustrophobic inventiveness). The album is a unique spoken word record with fantastic texts that both challenge and entertain.”
“The songs or to be more precise text music are obscure yet strangely fascinating and easily digestible - rip the hip hop-ish stutter rap 'before the last minute' an Ivor Cutler for the noughties tech savvy generation anyone?”
– The Sunday Experience