I've been enjoying Holon quite a bit lately. "Modul 42" was featured on the ECM documentary Sounds and Silence, and that was just enough to get me to check out an album's worth. I have Continuum here but haven't listened to it much yet, although there is a lot of similarity between that and his other recordings I've heard so far. I don't mean that in a repetitive way (as in, the albums all sounding the same), but in that stylistically, there is no mistaking any of them for anything but Bartsch's style. And if you you like this one, you'll likely enjoy the others. Bartsch's music often reminds me of programmed synthesizer loops (and even electronica/trance), yet it's all done live, performed together as a group, with acoustic instruments. Maybe that's why it clicks with me? I like hearing when existing styles are "mashed" together to create something new. I also pick up on the subtle changes and little things going on in the background. I'll also admit it's not for everyone--at worst, it can all seem like endless repetitive patterns, and the improvisation (what little there is of it) does not stray far from the main theme.