at the Daydream Generation (it is a whole universe of very intriguing combos) site it is admitted this album is quite
unusual with regard to differentiation in style. Indeed, these 11
compositions are quite far away from more and less quirky folk genre
being extensively represented via CLLCT, Quixodelic, and Daydream
Generation (all these sites have frequently been or had frequently
been joint platforms for the same issues). Phasetron's issue is
enough hirsute and powerfully galvanised to get instant attention. It
harks back to classic rock tradition of getting energy from muddy and
dirty blues rock even if many songs are balladry inflected and slowly
paced ones. On the other side, it can stand for contemporary college
rock influences which used to water down a little bit its ferocious
facade. Instead of it I would like to hear more stoned and demented
garage and garbage induced madness. However, the combo's choice can
be understood as a possibility of realising slots within the music.
Moreover, it will open the doors to enter into AOR stations. So
partake of something.