3. i want my body back
4. abandoning x for the why
5. the inner life of quartz
7. a small scrap of the glittering carpet
"Number None's home recordings from May 2003 until April 2004 are an involving blend of electronic drone and sampled discordance that slowly snake their way into your consciousness until, akin to MTV marketed pop at its most addictive, they're almost impossible to shake loose from the memory. The anonymous brain behind Number None moves from Terry Riley-like electronic keyboard drone to William Basinski styled disintegrating tape loops and Keith Rowe generated radio dial tweakings, all of which makes for a varied and sometimes fascinating collection of Rorschach sound patterns."
-Edwin Pouncey, The Wire #249, Nov. 2004
"The mysterious Number None combo consists of two American sound architects that deliver dreamy icebergs of exploratory dronescapes that slowly melt and reveal new shapes and forms. Finely polished sound clusters float like mist over an abandoned city park but before you know it thatís all been replaced by the somewhat scary feel of being stuck at the very same place in the middle of the night. What I am basically saying is that there are a lot of feelings at display here, not only beautiful ones, but also illustrations of things I am not so sure you really wanted to confront in the first place. Ways of Sleepers, Ways of Wakers is an engaging but fragmented aural affair that manages to be both schizophrenic and soothing at the same time, which is quite an accomplishment.
"Not really much to say other than that. Itís the kind of sonic portrait that youíd expect from someone into the amazing VHF label, not easily digestible but recommended for fans of meditative drones, digital fuckery, feedback loops and headphones enlightenment the world over."
-Mats Gustafson, Dream Magazine #5