“This is a belter, pure and simple – an immense gravitational down pressure. If you like Hawkwind circa Space Ritual then you’ll have difficulty containing your excitement, such is the ruthless pile driving metre and Dave Brock-style riffing, overlaid with the often incendiary scorched earth quality of a White Manna or Hills. … Flip it and ‘Paronama Vju’ starts off with admirable and tasteful restraint … Straight out of the top drawer.”—The Terrascope



“☆☆☆☆ | … 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


Sons of the Void

“☆☆☆☆ | … a welcome antidote to the crushing weight of drone and stoner-rock that constitutes so much of the psychedelic listening experience these days. … pitched somewhere between latter-day Fabs and a slightly unhinged Byrds. … an impressive collection of tunes delivered with deftness of touch and more than a few neat hooks. We need more of this, really we do.” — Shindig! Magazine