Ohm is a quartet that includes Campbell Kneale as well as Stefan Neville of Pumice. Their Live at the Crown, packaged within a hilarious upside-down variation on the Who’s Maximum R’n’B logo, is one of the most beautiful albums i’ve heard this year. With live drone and drum improv of the highest order, ohm create a wistfully psychedelic feel. there’s an astonishing chemistry and compositional sensibility within their improvisational method. Nicely recorded and beautifully played, Ohm show extraordinary mastery over their instruments with brilliant drumming patterns. their overall sound rivals the best of the Dead C and Thela‘s improv work.
– Dan Vallor: muckraker #9
Discography (picks in bold)
- ‘as sure as moons is cheese’/’egg jelly up’ 8″ lathe-cut [dirtlove]
- ou cassette [1996 a stabbies and the rocket recordings]
- jones cassette [1997 a stabbies and the rocket recordings]
- live at the crowd cd-r [1997? last visible dogLVD008]
- re:moon cassette [celebrate psi phenomenon]