Electric Sepulcher gets its first published review from the legendary comic book artist Matt Howarth at his site, Sonic Curiosity.
“A tasty dose of bouncy electronic tunes.
While being versatile, these electronics also comport themselves with a touch of spry humor. (Not outright silly humor, but suffice it to say this music lacks the taking-itself-too-seriously intellectualism practiced by many purveyors of contemporary electronic music.) There’s a nice balance of background layers supporting a bevy of centerstage keyboard riffs, which sidereal effects are frequent-everything blending to formulate some appealing tuneage.”
You can read the full review here. Be sure to explore the rest of the site, which includes reviews of most Quarkspace and Church of Hed releases, as well as from the best in underground progressive, electronic, and freaky musics. Explore Matt’s robust library of classic comic books.
We’ll post other reviews of Electric Sepulcher when they are published. You can keep a running score at the ES release page on this very website. Boom.