REVIEW: Strange Weather, Jersey Beat

June 16, 2016 | Joe Wawrzyniak

Beautifully moody and dynamic, with a stunning wealth of pungent brooding atmosphere and a wealth of tasty big meaty hooks, this six song album of all instrumental music manages to convey a remarkably expressive soundscape rife with crackling vitality and naked emotion despite the absence of any words or vocals. The tight and tuneful arrangements hit the bull's eye with bracing accuracy and aptitude: The cutting guitars slice away with remorseless precision, the teeming basslines provide lots of gutty undertow, and the powerful drums lay down a steady succession of massive steamrolling beats. An ideal album to get lost in whenever you need a break from the tiresome grind of basic everyday existence.