Avant-garde husband and wife duo of Paul & Limpe Fuchs, who worked on the periphery of Krautrock and free-jazz. All their albums are very experimental, and many feature their own made instruments like the Fuchshorn, Fuchszither or Fuchsbass alongside regular instruments and vocals. In this recording Paul and Limpe Fuchs played superbly. As archaic as the instruments may seem (sand shovel, circular saw, hand-knitted crumhorn, sheet metal), as simple as the musical patterns and structures are, far from all virtuosity, the two have meanwhile found a complete harmony in making music together. The most beautiful thing about this music is probably the unfamiliar, no role model is used here.