[..] Because the Portuguese quality label Clean Feed has released their music it might get a wider range. And these tracks, composed by both musicians, deserve it. What stands out across the board, is the strong sense of form. Nowhere we get the simple layout of a theme with variations. The improvisations are fully embedded in the whole and that makes this album from note to note worth listening. Nothing is superfluous. The soprano saxophone played by the Frenchman is crystal clear and flawless (like Steve Lacy's) and the prepared piano by Van Veenendaal delivers fine, exciting rhythms, now and then nicely rocking and never intrusive.
Herman te Loo, Jazzflits, may 2014