The Humans are an odd little cove. A project that was first put together to perform new songs at a series of concerts in Estonia, they comprise Chris Wong, Bill Rieflin and one Toyah Willcox.
After the shows were completed, they went into the studio to record the material, before heading back to Estonia to perform them again. Which is a curious, yet perversely intriguing way of doing things.
Most of the music comprises dense, electronic landscapes, with the clipped, robotic voice of Toyah acting as an additional instrument. It's certainly interesting, and bears more than a passing resemblance to solo David Sylvain. Which is a good thing. 'Twisted Soul' is probably the closest thing to anything conventional, and acts as a good entry point. Me? I liked it.