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The musical apporach offered throughout the album adds to this: It draws on alternative rock and classical guitar pop, oscillating between soothing vocal harmonies, thunderous bass riffs and dissonant and psychedelic guitars. Still, the quirky song structures, often fast paced and jerky, makes for a dizzying experience. No wonder the band has been likened to the unlikely combination of Lou Reed fronting The Residents.
The album has been recorded in murky basements and in small apartments over the time of more than two years, capturing a band in movement and fully exploring the potentiality of the Do-It-Yourself ethos. The album art is designed by the award winning Magnus Voll Mathiassen / MVM. The record was mastered by John Golden, Golden Mastering, Ventura, California.