"This is the third release for Winnipeg’s Prairie Fire Tapes by drone guitarist (and Foxy D. contributor) Curran Faris. It’s implied by PFT that Faris is playing guitar at least a bit here, but it’s not a bad thing that the instrumentation rarely identifiable. “Early Mornings and Late Nights” is super blown-out, with a thick layer of feedback and low rumbling threatening to swallow up any recognizable notes (note that I say a layer, as opposed to layers – a crucial distinction). Occasionally, out of this miasma, a theme looms and then recedes – perhaps a heavily delayed note, or sustained synth drifting. “All That is Left” mesmerizingly loops minimal filter sweeps. “Glissed” is built on layers of drifting guitar feedback. The two epic B-side drones, “Accept This” and “Drop-off,” are more guitarish, the former blissfully looped and layered, the latter returning to a low drone for a sustained, satisfying, and long conclusion. Unhurried, full, and using the tape medium expertly – this is excellent work."