Boris' contribution to this split, "Kanau Part 1' and "Kanau Part 2' follows the time-held Boris tradition of launching an epic tune with a very long drone intro, before proceeding to some sort of a song with vocals. "Kanau Part 1' is a long, very boring drone, with barely anything at all happening except a bass drone for nearly 15 minutes (and in a monotone for nearly eight minutes). "Kanau Part 2' is more like a real song, blending with the mono-drone of the first part, but picking up quickly with some bristling guitar sound, big smashes, drums, and a real beat for a change. It quickly becomes a real rocker, with big bad vocals and lots of musical progression. The middle of the song is filled out with a long, weird drum bridge that roams and roams, kind of like what "Vomitself" on Amplifier Worship. The song eventually winds down and becomes nothing.
On the other side of the split is the 24-minute "Fukurou", by Choukoku No Niwa, a band I know nothing about and whose only claim to fame may be that they were on this split with Boris, although they do have their own My Space page, which contains two shorter versions of "Fukurou". The song starts out with flute sounds, then gets into tribal drums, bouncing basslines, groovy guitar, and wheaty vocals. The tune is very psychedelic, it also gets very world music-y in parts, with weird Indian festival horn sounds, and then more tribal bass and drum lines.
More Echoes,Touching Air Landscape(紙ジャケット仕様)