Boomkat Product Review:
‘At Crystal Palace,’ the band’s second album sees the band drawing on a history of alternative music - post-punk, no-wave, riot grrrl, free-jazz - to cast a sound all their own. Jagged dance masterpieces and full-throttle bolts of freak-art groove make up ‘At Crystal Palace.’ Highlights include 'CA Viewing', with its swirls of guitar, bursts of trumpet and waves of bass-noise; the subterranean paranoia of 'Retreat! The Most Familiar' and the ear-whispering jerk-pop of 'Surprise, It's Easter'. The album is a riot of ideas - restless and begging your full attention, both cerebral and visceral.