"Their music is indeed a strange mix of measured,
electronic doses, buzzing loops, acoustic instruments and
experimental vocals. (...) The songs are sometimes
even pure small songwriter pearls. (...) Bodes well for the
future. The short playing time seems appropiate, also because
you can imagine the whole EP as one single track of 22 minutes.
(...) The originality, the talent, the songs and the soulful
vocals are there, and Agata & Me appear as a dark, musical
connection with personality, that without a doubt has its
quiet raison d'être."
- Cd review by Danish independent music magazine Geiger.
of electronics & glitch really works in harmony with
the folksier elements of their music and the use of some
warm organ here & there along with some basic emotive
chords really touches me! And each song sounds remarkably
different to the other so they certainly have an eclectic
|Norman Records rating: 'Happy'
|"In a dimension of frugal shivering as some Low or even
as embryonic Sigur Ros, vulnerable and restless as an unplugged
PJ Harvey, but under the attack of a"cybering" push
which brings it along the lines of Notwist to touch then en
passant the composite universe of Portishead. (...) The result
is a pulsating and shaky mixture, and you can't stop asking
yourself: What's going to happen to it?"
- Cd review by Italian music webzine Sentire
"A recording where you fear the intrusive clanging clatter of a pin drop. (...) Proof that sometimes real musical magic is simply a matter of putting a mic in front of something. Beautiful."
- Review of the track "Everchanging" by Future Music Magazine.