Review: Tom Hang is an alias of Jimmy Asquith: head honcho of lo-fi house merchants of Lobster Theremin. 'To Be Held In A Non Position' - is a melded one-take LP that explores extended themes of isolation, loneliness, personal loss, disconnection and reconnection with reality and (self)-identity. All tracks were written and performed by Asquith, recorded live in one take at The Post Office Hotel, Melbourne in 2016. It is a fairly mixed bag of difficult listening, but not altogether unpleasant. Warped field recordings on "Tibetan Crash" and "Theme For B". Some Robin Guthrie styled drone-shoegaze on "Everything Is Ending" or "All Lost & Forgotten Woes" and even offers up a bit of power electronics just to mix things up a bit on "Open Sanctions". Told through a prism tinted with personal difficulty, it's scorched harsh extremities waft in and out of view around more subtle tones and textural elements.