If you haven't already noticed from the song samples, each song in this great album sounds different. Although Anita Robinson's delightfully delicate voice is a constant, the band seems to put on a new style with each song. "Plastic Radio" is reminiscent of 90s band Garbage, but the next song, "Analog Woodland Song", sounds more like a Billy Corgan piece. Dig deeper and you'll even find some Ladytron influence on the title track. Despite the varying styles, the band's focused, tight songwriting maintains a dark, isolated mood. I have a feeling that this record is only the beginning of even more great work to come.