“Aside from a couple of YouTube clips I didn’t know anything about them going in, but I liked their brand of energetic, tuneful, neo-prog. As with so many newer bands these days they occasionally lapsed into a metal riffage territory, but not so much as to ruin it. On their 2013 release Triangulate the band’s only a three-piece, but the live show had a fourth guy featuring mainly on keyboards (a Korg M50, to be precise – represent!), with some occasional guitar. The keys were so prevalent that I was surprised at their near total absence on the album. I also liked the bass player’s MacGeyver’d bass pedal setup (MIDI pedals into a MicroKorg?) – it literally made my hair move when he put a foot down!”
“The album is indeed perfectly polished and rife with meticulous precision, and the band’s live performance was no different. The band members fed off of each others’ energies and the show was tight, crisp, and endlessly captivating.”
"Delayed Reaction makes for a compelling listen, regardless of how much attention you’re willing to pay it. On the surface it sounds great, and starts to sound even better the further you dig in."