This fantastic and fantastically obscure Danish split LP of avant garde electronics was bequeathed to us by Mikkel, the fine gentlemen also responsible for unearthing the Gunner Moller Pedersen Stoned LP for us. This one's every bit as sensational. Christiansen occupies the A side and does a great job conjuring barren plains and inky voids pierced by squiggles and squelches on Urvaerk and high tension power lines under insectile assault on Noir but the real discovery here is Fuzzy. Not exactly your average moniker for this sort of rarified electronic music LP, but then Messr. Fuzzy is not your average practitioner, his side long track Blau slowly taking shape as escalating cascades of woody clatter and chain-linked thrum congeal into bursts of through-composed cartoonish electronic tomfoolery in the mode of Perrey & Kingsley and Tom Dissevelt, before glissing off into a twilight mystery electronic realm somewhere between Gunner Moller Pedersen and Ragnar Grippe and spinning out into a vortex of Vorhaus-like delirium at the finale.