The cover art looks like something straight outta the 1990s catalog of either Amphetamine Reptile or Touch And Go, but the music is reverb-laden, occasionally gloomy post-punk with maybe a nod or two to the dream pop end of the sandbox. Though I do wish the results were just a smidge catchier, they do it well, keeping the instrumentation to a minimum, effectively setting appropriate mood and not dipping too far in the direction of any particular subgenre. Definitely a band to keep an eye on.

 –jimmy (Eunuch,