Boomkat Product Review:
Eartheater quickly follows her headline-grabbing Lourdes Leon collaboration 'Joyride' with another dreamy roll of futurist dream pop. 'Scripture' is Eartheater at her best: slick trance arpeggios and tuff 909 womps are the ultimate foil for her unmistakable glissando vocal flexes.
While last year's astonishing "Phoenix" exposed the raw nerves underneath Alexandra Drewchin's evolving style, 'Scripture' finds her placing two feet right back in the cyber-pop pool. It's material that few other artists accomplish quite so convincingly, with not just icy-cool production, but the glimmering, smart songwriting to match. There's an inherent sadness to Drewchin's music, but it's balanced out by chromium-plated sci-fi trickery and a sultry sensuality that feels properly in line with the contemporary global mood.