The first track on the album Ye sets the tone as a longer piece which builds towards a crescendo of playing/volume showcasing the band’s abilities re jamming and virtuosity.
Other tracks such as Vav showing a gentler less hectic side to their sound. Dig is more in a free-jazz style whilst the shorter tracks Har and Ca are rooted in groove and repetition but suffer slightly as a listener as you want them to be longer to see where they go and what fireworks may arise.
The album ends with Zeta which is the apex of the album and a fitting climax as we get a bit of everything from the preceding tracks but still leaves you wanting more. A brilliant release from Zofff who are firing on all cylinders. Get it.
FFF is available from Deep Distance.