Originally released as cassette on Crash Symbols in 2012, available now on 12" Vinyl & Digital Download on Lebensstrasse Records.
"The secret weapon here is to take the most infectious elements of effective pop song constructions and channel them through a self-treated glooms-day machine that spits out any digitizations as analogue fodder. What these three men provide is the new standard of tragic opera that presents Goethe-ian characters being denied by the objects of desire like 'Molly', the trials of 'Pyramiden', the brilliant pop intrusion of 'Invasion' and the electronic hum of 'Anorak'."
- Impose Magazine
"The whole tape is touched with that kind of downtuned 80s tiredness that was surely shaped in the basements of bored teenagers messing around with synthesizers and playing video games."
-Tiny Mix Tapes
"It’s super synthed out, with that high energy new wave drive. The electro beats pull you in, the German lyrics keep the pace, and the synth out rhythm section holds it down."
"The trio hails from the ancient Baltic Sea port Wismar, a place apparently grim enough to fall back into convincingly stubborn post-punk schticks, with a ramshackle production over motorik beats, enriched with just the right amount of Teutonic furor to complete the picture of three lost boys on the fringes of society"
-No Fear In Pop