Bible Eyes - Egyptrixx
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  1. Apr 16, 2011
    5
    Having never heard of Egyptrixx before I was purely drawn to it by its high Metascore and name.
    after listening to it I found that it was rather enjoyable. some of the tracks are fairly monotonous and there is a lack in melody, such as the track 'Phones' however there are some real gems.
    enjoyable, but i wouldn't buy it.
  2. Apr 19, 2011
    8
    It's a highly enjoyable, synthetic, dark, and nearly purely techno experience. Standouts like "Chrysalis Records", show Egyptrixx's ability with manipulating his sound into his specific (and rather dark) desires. The true charm lays in the richness of electronic sounds, fading, warping, twisting melodies and beats into something that evolves and keeps interest. I'd consider it a stepIt's a highly enjoyable, synthetic, dark, and nearly purely techno experience. Standouts like "Chrysalis Records", show Egyptrixx's ability with manipulating his sound into his specific (and rather dark) desires. The true charm lays in the richness of electronic sounds, fading, warping, twisting melodies and beats into something that evolves and keeps interest. I'd consider it a step above Redshape's "The Dance Paradox" [2009] in albums that share an eerily sinister tone through beat-driven techno. Expand
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82

Universal acclaim - based on 5 Critics

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  1. Jun 13, 2011
    80
    If their forthcoming albums match the confidence and uniqueness of Bible eyes, Night Slugs may enjoy another year in the spotlight. [May 2011, p.49]
  2. Mar 22, 2011
    80
    Credit Egyptrixx for making a debut album that sounds at once so unified and whole, yet like absolutely nothing else.
  3. Mar 21, 2011
    70
    Egyptrixx avoids the brittle tastelessness of modern electro and Fool's Gold party-starting by allowing a touch of that cold, spacious futurism to creep in.