Sixnoises: "Lullaby for Lubieniecki finds Meek working with another legend of UK experimental music: prolific Glasgow-based musician Richard Youngs. Like Campbell above, Youngs been making off-kilter music since the early 90s, and he also has a huge catalogue of solo and collaborative recordings that often defy easy classification. Youngs contributes vocals, percussion, and keyboards on the otherworldly Lullaby for Lubieniecki, but he also puts his skills to use mixing and editing the release.
Lullaby for Lubieniecki is broken into five sections (“Part 1” to “Part 5”), although there are no sharp or uncomfortable breaks in the overarching mood or exposition. All told, Lullaby for Lubieniecki features around 30 minutes of slow-moving percussion that chimes, clangs, peals, and reverberates with hypnotic impact. Percussion sits at the forefront on much of the recording, but kosmic electronics are woven in to create a meditative and almost spellbinding atmosphere.
Certainly, Lullaby for Lubieniecki mixes a mesmeric tempo with mantric music. Its soothing environment is very different in content, concept, and constitution to (the eyes don’t have earlids). However, both releases showcase the ecstatic effect of compelling music given space to unfurl and engulf."