Alternative nation made a review about last EP from John Frusciante, here one parts of it:
"Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist/Jedi Knight John Frusciante probably has the single most interesting career of any rock star of the past thirty years"
"The only segment of the album after “Same” that really has any semblance of order is a brief section of “Shelf” featuring his vocals, which are historically underutilized in his RHCP career outside of his creative and beautiful harmonies."
"Its sort of an industrial stream of consciousness, though I suppose Frusciante’s consciousness is in another spiritual plane of existence, and we’ll never truly understand his motives. I can’t picture ever listening to this material for leisure. Frusciante seems to be doing what he loves, but at the same time is depriving the world of his brilliant pop rock songwriting abilities."