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  1. Jun 12, 2012
    9
    It seems that this band has been inspired by the shoegaze scene and the last hyped "witch house" musical gender. full of dark vibes, it is slow, with lot´s of reverd on guitars and voices. It can sounds to "My Bloody Valentine" meets "Ladytron". You feel a little bit melancolic, listening to these obscur & existencial songs, maybe frustrated because of the lack of upbeatIt seems that this band has been inspired by the shoegaze scene and the last hyped "witch house" musical gender. full of dark vibes, it is slow, with lot´s of reverd on guitars and voices. It can sounds to "My Bloody Valentine" meets "Ladytron". You feel a little bit melancolic, listening to these obscur & existencial songs, maybe frustrated because of the lack of upbeat rythm. But finally it´s nice, interesting, because after several listens, you really feel the sadness of each tracks (And you can dance to it like the gothic people did in the 80´s!!!). The synths are sick, the lyrics are evasive and finally you feel lost into this dirty wall of sound. When minimalism gives you a punch to your head. No, i´m not talking about punk music. Something sad & low, a new gender that few people know... Expand
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 9 Critics

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  1. Dec 8, 2011
    70
    Work (work, work) is a sophisticated response to a reality paralyzed by consumerism. [dec 2011, p.56]
  2. Nov 3, 2011
    70
    On the whole, though, these songs are at their best when grounded in low region trickery: rumbles, clipping sounds, droplets, shudders, judders and all manner of absorbed low freak-uency eeriness, as exhilaratingly creepy as anything offered up by trip-hop's most skilled practitioners.
  3. Oct 4, 2011
    70
    It may not be exciting, per se, but it speaks to the ultimate appeal of Work (work, work); even in its drugged-up, mournful state, it holds your gaze.