"A 38-minute-long voyage to the cosmos that combines drone, slow core, and ambient; electronic music for astral projection"
- Bandcamp's New and Notable
"I found myself playing this album on repeat play again and again. Highly recommended."
- This Is Darkness
"Plunging the listener into a bath of vintage, almost kosmische synthesizers, introducing him to a nocturnal waltz made long throbbing movements aimed at a form of intoxication or even hypnosis... a magnificent third album."
- dMute (France)
"...more than an electro-acoustic essay – it is the first masterpiece in a new practice."
- Pop News (France)
A fantastic album. I can see why they didn't continue under the name The Evens, as it's a different sound with the bass added. Coriky is the Evens + Joe Lally from Fugazi on bass. If you can imagine The Evens with a slightly more funky, aggressive sound like Fugazi... that's what you get! And there's no way that can ever go wrong. What a great debut album!! smiledozer
Me and my friend used to go on drives all the time, and a lot of the time i asked what he was playing, and a majority of the songs were from Yo La Tengo. And since i went and listened to And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out i was fan. Never thought i’d buy one of their records for myself. violetstain