"Zero Zero is an absorbing puzzle of structure and feeling...We advance, one distinct movement after another, each like an abstract representation of a block of time, and each associated with a particular feeling of restraint or discipline. But structure is tested, too, and discipline resisted; there is a mood of tension, even disquiet.Yap and Umimare both draw on their respective ancestries, Malaysian and Japanese, while Matt Gingold, who creates a complex live soundscape, adds a touch of modern post-rock dharma. Electric guitars suggest distant zithers, and the jangling of a symbols is something like prayer bells. Some very snazzy video projections extend the layering of ancient and modern. If it doesn’t quite add up to the sacred, it does at least gives some sense of how far the sacred has receded."