Quatsch is a noise-fashion show displaying dresses made from torn-down billboards. It has been performed at Pandemic Fest (Leeds 2013) and Bradford Threadfest (2015). Several models paraded the dresses in a painfully slow fashion while Panelak performed.
"Lo-fi tape magic! Young Pascal Ansell has created his very own Faust Tapes on this ecstatic Panelak release... Huge, broad swoops of sound are moved with ease across a broad and ordered canvas. The shudder of tape grot rubs shoulders with children singing and ukulele strums along to winged-eel keyboard... It's this fine sense of editing, a sure hand and a keen ear, that takes these colourful and varied sounds and turns them from dull bronze into a winner’s gold... On this fine, fine tape Pascal has arranged each sound into a logical (un)sequence of deliberate/accidental, stressed/relaxed, acoustic/electronic. As a result the damn thing flows like a soul-river; deep and clear and free."
Joe Murray at Radio Free Midwich, tinyurl.com/y8cuurry
"Utliz[es] everything from all out noise to disco tracks to mixers and guitars... A pity it didn’t ride for longer... as this is easily Panelak’s best work. Put it down to the sunshine."
Idwal Fisher, idwalfisher.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/yol-etc.html