Top marks to Denmark's Slaraffenland for their presentation. Their 3" EP is housed in a delightful Oriental-style booklet, complete with stickers, photos of the duo performing martial arts and a removable black belt. From these impressions it's anyone's guess as to what kind of music they play but - for the record - it's a mash-up of jazz and rock, commonly classified as "post rock" and the good news is that it's as diverse as the cover art. The opener 'Lovepotion' makes its mark with pummelling guitars whilst mournful blasts of the trumpet add depth to 'Me As A Monster'. There are moments on the final two tracks where they veer towards a path only recommended to freeform jazz afficionados (perhaps inevitable given the improvisational nature of their music) but 'Cockaigne' triumphantly emerges with a tune after an intense struggle. The key factor is that Slaraffenland usually remember to add plenty of feeling to combat the chaos.