8/10 Mike Staff review, 27 September 2012
The last Errors album ‘Have Some Faith In Magic’ was a pleasing step up for the Glasgow post-electro-pop rockers and I guess they’re just going with the momentum because here’s a brand new eight-song mini-album less than a year down the line. On it they embrace their inner M83 with some sensuous, shimmering synthpop with great ‘80s tones and sultry, unhurried grooves.‘Grangehaven’ is slinky, Goldfrapp-meets-Clark pop syrup, ‘Engine Homes’ is driving, layered electro-post-rock, ‘Hemlock’ and ‘White Infinity’ are neon smears of ‘80s synth-soul nostalgia with more than a bit of a Ford & Lopatin flavour, and closer ‘Pegasus’ is blissed out celestial falsetto-driftpop with a pretty sweet echoed synth workout at the end. Totally slick stuff throughout though. Well pro.
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