Ahuva Ozeri took part in the process of recording. Her Indian stringed instrument with really hard for pronouncing title 'BulbulTarang' sounds in the 1, 2, 6 & 8th tracks. There is no doubt, it is one of the album’s key moments that marks the conception & mood. In the first track "Village" we are blown on with hot & dry wind of BulbulTarang's sound, which is skipped through Ran Slavin's breaking algorithms. Rustles, squeaks & digital scratches make a perfect texture to audio product, obtained from running musician’s fingers over three strings & field recordings, which fill everything with an unstatic, viscous substance. Sometimes destructive component leads music's turning into the pattern of aesthetic digital minimalism like in the long-lasting "Jericho 6AM". But such kind of approach doesn’t reduce the presence of spirituality & mood in The Wayward Regional Transmissions album, which can be advised to the fans of abstract experimental electronics without definite structure & distinctness of the things that are going on.
- Ran Slavin