Steve Palmer

“Astral fingerpicking weaves through rippling drones of sickened fuzz one minute, and cosmic blues licks are bouncing between walls of lo-fi motorik beats the next. This is the kind of album that just begs to be played as you’re cruising down an empty highway, heading towards the sun.” — Record Crates United

Prana Crafter

“☆☆☆☆☆ Modern Psych Masterwork: It has an other-worldliness drawn from the mysticism of Japanese acid-folk band Ghost and the trance-inducements of Agitation Free. … poignant fireside vocals entwining with the dulcet reverb-soaked strum … it’s that good.” – Record Collector Magazine | “☆☆☆☆ … As rejuvenating and refreshing as a wild swim.” — Shindig! Magazine


“☆☆☆☆ | … fiendishly clever sound puzzles … exists at the convergence point between psychedelia and various ethno-traditional forms of music. Through the skillful juxtapositions of instruments such as banjo, bouzouki and sitar, we seem to be in multiple times and locations at once.” — Shindig! Magazine

Primordial Undermind

“Elsewhere on the album, the band launches into stretches of rumbling post-rock that quake with bass drum barrel rolls and clanging guitars. At other points, like “Until They Break,” the group leans further into their lysergic punk side, and charge with a full fuzz-distortion assault.
Every facet of PU’s diverse sound you experience on this record is a total gobsmacker, demonstrating that Arn’s group ages just as well as any fine wine.” — Record Crates United