Obtained this in early 2013, but was listening to it from time to time since the whole witch house phase came and went. Somehow this thing has always, and still does, strike me as having a strange "perfect by accident" kind of thing going on, which I cherish as rare and delightful. OOoOO presents us with amateurish computer music production that, for a good portion of the short length of this release, aims at evocating a dark and mysterious space, like almost all of its contemporaries in the witch house movement. But what OOoOO has and the rest of them don't, are the precious cuts where the artist has clearly gone for more conventional song writing logic. This is where OOoOO finds it's moments of triumph, where the crossroads of the bedroomy production values, amateurism and the tries-hard-to-sound-mystical witch house scenery, come together. The autotuned, frail artschool girl who is singing the simple melodies has to be mentioned as an important part of the puzzle, but as I've understood it she is not an integral part of the OOoOO, which I think she should be, since here at it's most approachable is where OOoOO comes very close to sounding perfect, and establishes itself as a name that I will take note of and follow to see if the artist will be able to follow through, or was it just a delightful accident that happened here. A definate 5/5 from me for this one.