anagramreviews

This mix of dreamy pop and rock will whet most alt/indie appetites
---Popmatters (www.popmatters.com)

An album that jumps out of two-dimnesional electronics and into the organic 3-D. A listening experience worthy of your attention.
---Zero Magazine (www.zeromag.com)


Truly a magic duo, they offer ethereal arrangements and indie pop for us to salivate over. Amazing.
---editor's pick, (Smother.net)

A refreshing, ephemeral electro slash indie pop record, perfectly suited to today’s musical tastes and current thirst for what lies in the haze between electronic and rock.

---Brett Thompson (read the full review at www.musesmuse.com)

Instantly absorbing, there's something entrancing about this female fronted electronic pop hybrid. With a wide range of influences from Portishead to Bjork to Mazzy Star and Postal Service, "Songs From Far Away" will titillate a variety of electronic connoisseurs.
---CD Baby (www.cdbaby.com)


This album exhibits anagram's ability to create well crafted electronic rock soaked in art.
---Distortion Magazine (www.distortion.us)


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