Absolutely gorgeous stuff! An excellent LP!
[Phil Vickery, In-Tune, BCFM]
Bearsuit mainstay Harold Nono returns – and once again, he’s come up trumps. Nono’s latest effort is as inventive as ever. An intriguing album that is – as you’d reasonably expect from Harold Nono – difficult to place, but a lot easier to dig
[‘Tahiik’] a bit of a gem ghosted in shadowy noir trimmings and spy themed mosaics all presided over by brief moments of the kind of sinister edgy chill that recalls Budd and Barry
[The Sunday Experience]
All of these twelve tracks together make up a highly varied album, but it works very well. Nono has crafted an excellent album of moody, orchestral tunes
Such a good album! The quality is superb
[Tom Byrne, Primal Radio]
It’s an astonishing experience in sound, but with a unique approach. Harold Nono has totally seized the meaning of artistic freedom - an approach mixing pure experimentalism and abstract noises together with a classical touch. You really need a few listenings before you can totally seize the hidden beauty of this composition.
This is a very earnest sounding music, showing that Harold Nono is more a composer in the classical sense than for instance an outsider pop artist. If you are looking for serious music with an incredible richness of sound, then Harold Nono might just be the artist you have been looking for.
[The] Twelve tracks show the interesting union of electronic experiments and melodic textures.
The tracks on this album are complex thematically, but yet melodic and accessible. Evoking different moods and textures Nono brings together a master work, worthy of any concert hall
[Floorshime Zipper Boots]
Nono (and Bearsuit) have come up with another fine release that will challenge complacent minds to live outside the box and let the sounds wash over you, genres be damned. It might sound in places like he set out to set The Conet Project to music, but you won’t soon forget it!
[It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine]
The quality of sound is amazing. In this world of digital distortion, this purity really lets the music breathe
Musique juste tres, tres belle
[Philippe Petite - Bip_Hop]
He doesn't care that lad... Thought that [The King Tree] was really excellent! He's a good man that Harold Nono. He's a trooper - does a lot of collaborations with German people, Japanese people, French people and every now and again puts out an album himself. Unsung - except by us!
[Steve Barker - "On The Wire", BBC Radio Lancashire]
An absolutely beautiful album, wonderfully orchestrated electronica punctuated by euphoric instrumentals and gorgeously downbeat string passages. An awesomely nuanced Nono masterpiece.
Big fan of Bearsuit Records, Harold Nono album ["Ideeit"] has some incredible pieces
Another really cool release - quirky, different, engaging - just the stuff I'm looking for
[New Weird Planet Wireless Show]
This is an extremely good album! The sounds have been excellently crafted and chosen and are layered to excellent effect. It defies categorisation yet doesn’t sound too experimental and has a great coherence with subtleties and superb atmospheres
Nono ga je potkrijepio studiozno uravnoteženom i dotjeranom glazbom rafinirajući se kao poseban i vrlo prijatan ekscentrik od kojeg uistinu nikad ne znate što treba očekivati.
A very interesting album that could please fans of sonic manipulators such as Nurse with Wound. There’s a nice sense of narrative and flow that keeps you listening to the whole record
["Otōsan"] Getting lost in the haze and vinyl crackle of this soundscape...very ethereal and transports the mind easily into introspection