They have excerpts to download at the site (I imagine that the actual peices are quite loooong). I'm pretty awful at hunting these things down too -- I'm a recovering Luddite, in the extreme.
Anyway, their style seems to be very eclectic. I could definitely hear the influences of the traditional, but they really took it to a very unique place. One of the pieces sounded like something I might put behind a guided meditation... but I'm not sure I'd want to just open myself up and let it take me wherever it wanted to go: very dissonant energies at points, which isn't "bad," but can make for a jarring experience if one isn't prepared for it. The other piece I heard was, well, peculiar. Think early Pink Floyd, or John & Yoko's experiments with soundloops, combined with the aforementioned tribal/ethnic influences.
I was fascinated. My spouse, rampallion
, couldn't stand it. I'm not entirely surprised. I can get into a piece of music as an intellectual exercise/experience. When the two of us write songs together, I'm the lyricist and she's the songsmith. She can practically think in harmonies. So dissonances can sometimes be almost physically painful to her. Plus, the pieces seem to have the rhythms as the foundation, rather than the melodies (if there are any to speak of -- in that second piece, I couldn't detect any; it wasn't a fugue, or atonal (like John Cage), it just didn't have any melodies -- several tonal patterns, but they seem to have been used rhythmically as well).
In all, it's a worthwhile endeavor. I don't know if I'll be bumping them up to the tippy-top of my "buy this!" cd wish list, but I'll definitely be adding them to it. And I'm already contemplating what kind of guided meds or journeys I'll be taking with them.