As I mentioned in the review of the FFI Digital disc, this is yet another project of Dan Fox, the man behind Loss, Fail, FFI Digital, and Inner Demons Records. So how is this different from his other projects? The Facebook page for this project describes it thus: “Walls, of the noise. Variety: harsh. Harsh walls of noise. Noisy, harsh, walls. PSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!” So let’s put in the disc and see what we have. I enjoy noise, but I like a bit of variety in it. This disc consists of one track entitled “PATCHOTRON_S0F0_FX70_≈21.” This track consists of rumbling low-end bass noise. Although the droning feel of it was almost peaceful, I found myself wanting it to do more. The feeling was similar to being on a plane, with its constant, never-ending hum. This may work well for some people, but it wasn’t really my cup of tea. That said, it would be an epic disc to give to someone you were breaking up with. This disc weighs in at 21 minutes.