Sad­ly over­shad­owed by the death of their their gui­tar play­er Dar­rell, the Syd­ney group's first LP via Er­ste Theke sig­ni­fies a ma­jor leap in qual­i­ty af­ter their al­ready quite en­joy­able pre­vi­ous E.T.A. EP, show­cas­ing the band as a much tighter unit de­liv­er­ing their sim­ple but ef­fec­tive, al­ways catchy and dance­able blend of time­less post punk with im­pres­sive pre­ci­sion and con­fi­dence. As be­fore, there's plen­ty of Py­lon groove and en­er­gy con­tained in here while at dif­fer­ent points you might al­so find sim­i­lar­i­ties to con­tem­po­rary acts such as Lithics, Pinch Points, Rank/​Xerox, Slumb Par­ty or Nots, with oc­ca­sion­al flash­es of Pix­ies-es­que surf-ish gui­tar leads.