The story goes something like this: three guys to decide to form a band but the only problem is they are all bassists. Hardly a cause for celebration if sweet harmonies is your drug of choice but with the help of producer and ex-Cocteau Twin Simon Raymonde (he played bass too) they have managed to construct an instrumental album of surprising depth. Probably best described as a cross between the other-wordly soundscapes of Raymonde's former group and the ambient leanings of, say, Yellow6, 'In The Pulse Of An Artery' is half an hour's worth of doomy, portentous sound that is highly atmospheric. It works best on the closing 'Harold Budd'; an affecting tribute to the influential ambient composer. The world still waits for a good quality all-drummer affair though.