"XENOPHON has been around long enough for review.
Hypnotic, trancy beats that rise and fall with knowing intensity are complemented by pulsing rhythms and beautifully controlled didg textures. The album is deeply infused with low bass and dub sounds, but it's the unique indigenous instruments and excerpts of vocalising that imbue Xenophon with such an unusual flavour. Understated brilliance. (4 stars)”
Lauren Zoric. Rolling Stone, September 1998"
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I was unable to find this album elsewhere. I would have preferred the option to buy a non compressed digital version (wav or even flac) but not available.