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"The result is a clean, efficient, piston-pumping, Teutonic sound of
robots doing serious damage to bands with beards and banjos – icy and
brilliantly foreboding future-rock."
"They may rightfully claim to have invented the organ quartet, but
Apparat Organ Quartet have somehow managed the impossible, and squeezed a
dozen genres out of four organs and produced an album that's not only
interesting and listenable but really enjoyable, whether you're a geek
on their par or an electro novice."
"We know what you’ve been thinking. ‘Man, organs are f**king cool and
all, but one organ just isn’t enough. We need more. More!!’ Well,
anonymous organ freaks of the internet, your day has come." "Surprisingly wonderful."
Also check out these crunchy and smothering remarks from magazines like:
"...return with a belated second album that fuses Kraftwerkian vocoders and electronics with Neu! rhythms and a never-less-than-playful sense of kitsch pop melody."
Uncut Magazine 3/5
"...there's still fun to be had marvelling at the sheer diversity of analogue weaponry on display."
Time Out Magazine 3/5
"And for those who've never heard of them, AOQ are five vintage synthesizer nerds who create experimental, occasionally incredible synth-prog odysseys..."
Well, what are you waiting for?! Go get the album yourself!