Ute Wassermann: Solo Voice
… nine gnomic compositions that showcase an incredible range of vocal sounds. What saves Birdtalking to become a gratuitous catalogue of extended techniques is that it’s such a spirited and deftly paced collection.
…There are sometimes seriously alien vocalisations on offer, sometimes ugly, sometimes comical, but nonetheless always full of poetry.
Birdtalking is one of those records that immediately raise all aerials, a top-rank effort in which a single talent is enough to carry the heaviest of weights, namely maintaining the artistic level of almost one hour of music constantly high throughout.
Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes