. Their journey started in a barren, longforgotten desert but after five years of wandering they reachthe premises of something called intelligent pop, strangelycaptivating tunes saturated with rare emotional roughnesscomparable to acts like
Their third album starts with bluesy electronics and the remarkable "Anybody", a wonderful hymn reminding of interpol. They keep this level quickly pulling you into their world of hypnotic rhythms and singularly lamenting harmonies climaxing into desperate beauty in "Grave", especially when the guest vocals of Geneviéve Pasquier
set in; after that there is a subtle turning point and everything gets rougher, dirtier, leading to pulsing beats shredding through the outskirts of the cities banging on the walls of urban ignorance.
This culminates in the brilliant "Cog In The Machine", anultimative industrial noise clubhit to come. Two remixes fromthe telektroponks Die Perlen
and Zero Degree
complete thisingenious album. Tonal Y Nagual
stand at the edge of theuniverse and sing for you.