From Discogs.com : "Jeff Greinke is a musician, composer, performer, sound sculptor, and visual artist who is known worldwide for his unique sound. Through a highly developed process of layering, Jeff composes and performs music rich in texture, depth, mood, and subtle detail. Using various acoustic and electronic instruments, found sounds, and extended studio techniques, Jeff sculpts sound worlds that conjure a strong sense of place, hovering somewhere between the exotic and the familiar.
Rob Angus is a Seattle based musician and sound engineer who was a big influence in the early 80's on local musicians in Pennsylvania when he and Jeff Greinke ordered the import records at a local music store. Rob got people enthusiastic about reel to reel tape loop systems (Frippertronics style stuff), and he got a few people access to Penn State's electronic music lab, which had one of the earliest Moog synthesizers.
Jeff Greinke and Rob Angus also produced and promoted some interesting concerts before they moved to Seattle in the early 1980s. They collaborated extensively for a while on early ambient industrial music until they moved on to solo work and other projects."
"Crossing Ngoli" was released by Ear-Rational (a division of Dossier Records) in 1992.
Get it here : Jeff Greinke & Rob Angus - Crossing Ngoli