"…this is music that has its feet in many fields of contemporary, experimental music. But what Diack’s compositions, and the band's playing, does so well is to create a unique and very special sound of their own. You can certainly get a sense of the ‘quiet-loud’ aesthetic of Post-Rock and the ways in which simple tunes are repeated insistently and with small shifts in tonal centre of the music. There is also a fascination with the merging of produced and accidental sounds, where tape hiss or other noises at recording are left in the mix, or with sounds taken could be taken from old vinyl or radio static… The whole CD is a joy to listen to and you can imagine these tunes being taken up and used in all manner on Indie cinema or hip TV shows."
Chris Baber – Jazz Views
"Robert Diack isn’t reticent about unleashing a burst of chaotic upheaval, even if it means an obliteration of the prevailing tranquility."
Dave Sumner - Bird Is The Worm
"Diack’s goal is to synthesize his disparate influences into a unique musical language that evokes – much like a glimpse of underwater ruins – a compelling vision greater than the sum of its parts."
Colin Story - The Whole Note
"...drummer Diack’s compositions, and the band's playing, does so well is to create a unique and very special sound of their own."
Tom McCarter — KZSU Stanford
"...A great first album from Robert, intelligent but not intellectual, musically diverse and not easy to categorise..."
David Izen — UK Vibe
"Eggheads with rock tendencies will find this a smoking Sunday afternoon companion as the twists and turns flows like, well, the St. Laurence, thru the countryside. Check it out."
Chris Spector – The Midwest Record
All about Jazz Track of The Day 01/04/18