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Boomkat Product Review:
This self-proclaimed 'rockelectrofreakout' duo is comprised of Carli Vierke and Planet Mu's Julian Fane. The pair have recently found themselves winning an abundance of new fans touring with indie hotshots Interpol, with whom they share a fondness for noir-ish new wave stylings and pulsating emo-friendly abandon. Of course, this being Julian Fane-related the album is reinforced by some subtly worked electronics framing Vierke's captivating, fearsome vocal performances. Making for an interesting counterpoint, Fane's fragile falsetto crops up intermittently, not only on slower tracks like the solemn, organ-driven 'Fogville', but also on the more searing, beat-heavy productions like 'Walls Are Melting' reminding you just how far-removed this caterwauling din is from his quietly maudlin solo output. Lynx and Ram's sound is difficult to pin down, but on this debut they take in elements that bring to mind the pop-savvy garage rock of Gossip and a less in-your-face take on Cobra Killer's trashy electro punk, which certainly makes for an enjoyable racket.