‘Inanimate Life really is a wonderful exploration into natural sound that every field recording enthusiast should own.’ Simon James French, Fluid Radio.
‘These interactions between wind, metal and plant life can produce fascinatingly alien non-musical clonks and clanks that, in their quiet and intimate way, are almost like “acoustic” industrial music.’ Ed Pinsent, Sound Projector.
‘If I close my eyes I see fields of heather, trees blowing in the wind, and it feels like I am inside of them, like for a moment I am that branch, bouncing in the wind. The sounds I hear seem strange but organic.’ Hugo Verweij, Everyday Listening.
‘The tranquil clattering deriving from certain inert matters exploited by Wright could make someone believe that a dead agglomerate does possess a spirit after all.’ Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes.
‘A series of odd field recordings from Wright taken from within bushes, hand rails, flag poles, and the like. If you’re looking for more of a “hands-off” use of field recordings in a non-travelogue setting, this disc is for you.’ Dave Armstrong, Startling Moniker.
Interview in Tokafi
Interview in Soundscaping Magazine
BBC Radio 3 Late Junction playlist