Apparently, a square wave is the most dangerous type of wave form to human hearing. It is with some coincidence then that Peter Mottram (aka Signal Generator) entitles his four-track EP Square Wave as it too has potential to damage its listeners' ears. It's crap.
It seems as if Signal Generator is trying to show off his studio equipment, rather than paying attention to the actual musicality of his compositions. The result is a soundtrack to going nowhere and time seemingly slows down for every track. Track three, PSS-780 (which I can only assume is the name of a piece of Mottram's studio equipment), is like something whining at you, grating and scraping its path to your brain, resulting in your brain sneering and frowning as it tries to decode the sonic mess.
Imagine a bunch of people in a dark cramped room, however, surrounded by pill-poppers and vomit, and suddenly Square Wave rears to its hind legs with a triumphant roar, captivating its audience and sending them on their travels for a whoozy trip of noodle-y synths and fall-through-the-floor basslines. However, unless you conform to this niche audience it is probably best to stay well away.