Here’s a quote from the review: 

“At points ‘One Pig’ is startling, at others it’s the simple sound of a pig in shit. People will inevitably criticise its abstract format: it starts and revisits unadulterated sounds of the sty, yet there are some truly musical moments. The rising notes of ‘October’ swell with life, ‘December’ has an industrial groove that could perfectly score the silent film ‘Metropolis’, whilst the death month of ‘August 2010’ is haunted with irrefutable melancholic swoon.

It’s a fascinating journey forcing us to regard the politics of our food. Could or would anyone else produce this work? No chance, and that’s the beauty of a Herbert recording. Gloriously unique and unsettling provocative”. 

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