The lively Pogus disk contains seven works, most all utilizing sound segments of avant classical instruments and vocalists in performance, sampled and arranged into vitally alive collages. One work features vocals only.
What Creshevsky looks to create are horizontally dense thickets of timbrally fascinating juxtapositions--more note oriented that noise or sound oriented.
What he gives us are electroacoustic works that for the most part retain instrument performance purity, chopped and resituated in ways that provide a superhuman sort of contrapuntal mix.
It works extraordinarily well and bears many repeated listens. For this is full-fledged composition more than experimentation.
It is music of importance and beautiful to hear as well. Listen to it and you'll be rocketed to interesting places.