Review of Moogulators album.
Spacey afterthoughts: Crushes comparisons under the pleasantly eclectic weight of its momentous basses .
I liked this one:
No wonder, then, that the album, despite its thoroughly coherent timbral surface, oozes diversity in arrangement, approach, instrumentation and mood. Intermittantly sounding like Dubstep without steps, Dub without Echo, Drum n Bass with harmonies, Krautrock with balls, psyched-up Electro, a Rock band playing Breakbeats or an Industrial performance act interpreting Jazz standards, it never shies away from comparisons, only to crush them under the pleasantly eclectic weight of its momentous basses and dauntless drum shuffles.