for theremin and lap steel


"(Duet) performs the score to the endless film produced by the collective unconscious." Bill Taft

“…like smokestack lightning  rolling through the sub-conscious…” Dave Keifer

"...a great example of contemporary sound art."  Thomas Gaudynski

"...subtle yet powerful...challenging and enjoyable..." Avant Music News

"A jem like this is why I subscribe (to emusic); An awesome wash of ambient texture & sound, this is a treat to listen to." Dillholio, on emusic

"DfTaLS is such a great concept and here it's executed lovingly and smartly by Scott Burland and Frank Schultz." Detroit Metro Times

"Wild, thrilling music!  The duet is seamless as if the two instruments were just meant to be together & the playing is great.  Gorgeous textures and rhythms." barryp3uk, on emusic

"Duet for Theremin & Lap Steel weaves the sounds of these unlikely instruments into one sometimes pretty, sometimes scary, always captivating dronescape."  Creative Loafing Atlanta

"These sounds are the product of two minds sharing a single headspace and letting the music drive...
Here, they collide with the cerebellum in a graceful, slow-motion crash."  Chad Radford, Creative Loafing Atlanta

“…I LOVE this music!!”  Rhys Chatham

"...deeply moving and highly inventive"  Glenn Phillips

"The CD is the sound of two untethered astronauts with a strange and elegant sonic choreography.
...some of the most wonderfully abstract music I’ve heard this year."  Ernie Paik, Chattanooga Pulse

"A class act..."  Chris Stack, Former Marketing Manager, Moog Music, Inc.

“There was a sense that you two were up on stage, visibly slowing down time and very deliberately  and gracefully allowing the timbres to emerge and evolve –
bravo! “   Joey Bargsten

“This music has wider appeal than you may realize!”  Howard Wershil

"Waves of ambiance and dreamy drones weave into one another to form a spectral web of sound.
The music is experimental by design, but easy on the ears..."   Creative Loafing Atlanta

"The music on this cd is a mesmerizing, smooth sound that will fuck you up in any possible way you would want to be. Both eerily beautiful and cinematic."    EXP/AM Review