There's a single sound that permeates this album, a sound that's been following me around for years now, a humchatter that's been mentioned over at An Idiot's Guide To Dreaming for years but has only recently been trained into an operable form. Searching for this sound has meant that the IX Tab album has foundered several times since without it most of the things I wanted to do/say are meaningless. Once found, the 'songs' wrote themselves and were completely quickly, without reason.
There's no reason to understand the thinking behind this, that way guarantees disapppointment, but here is the first occurrence of the term, at least publicly. Humchatter has been rattling amongst my brains for all years I can remember.