Resnik has a sort of post-Sam-Rivers, post-Ayler dynamic expressiveness which sounds well throughout. He is consistently inventive. Parrini and Maier sometimes sound as a two-person string section, other times pair off as front-line soloist-rhythm, though the boundaries are fluid. Both are players of imagination, impressive each in her/his own way. Jeric drums freely and appropriately.
It is real-deal free-avantness and perhaps not likely to appeal to those who do not dwell in those realms. Those who do, however, will find this a very interesting set, perhaps not one of the most astounding of the decade, but quite competent, imaginative and dedicated.
I look forward to hearing more from these four improvisers. They are true artists and come off well here.