Will you like Magnetophone if you buy them? Hard to
say. Highly melodic, lush, a bit eclectic, a tad
esoteric, not all-out experimental but a rather shy of
conventional, pretty but moody, dark but not sinister.
Does that help? Sorry, but this band doesn't lend
that will immediately tell you whether or not it's
worth checking out. It's not electronic dance, so if
that's what you want, look away. Actually, I'd come
closer to recommending this batch of electronica-based
songs to a fan of alternative, more especially
consumers of shoegazer, as the overall mood of "The
Man Who Ate the Man" is similar, even if this is less
rock-based and more rooted in electronic composition.
The music is ultra thick with that melodiousness and
certainly lends itself to close-eyed consideration.
There's plenty of melancholia injected into the
proceedings, too, so depending on what you listen to
when you get depressed. Or ... -- review by Kristofer Upjohn