Review from Terrascope:

“Stepping back into the caverns of drone, The Zero Map have an almost ritualistic feel to their sound, with “Sentience”, the first track on their “Felis Cattus Domesticus” album, really hitting the spot, its deep bass foundation and Arctic wind drones opening up huge spaces and then filling them with sound. Adding a hint of slow melody, “Giving Birth” has more than a hint of early German electronics, the piece containing a slow-burning beauty that is hard to ignore, whilst “The Voices in my Head” the final track, comes on like early Pink Floyd lost in an underground cavern, the rolling drone balanced beautifully with the background noise, levitating your mind with ease.”

The real thing, and a review of a whole bunch of Infinite Exchange stuff can be found here:
http://www.terrascope.co.uk/Reviews/Reviews_April_11.htm#InfExch

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