"Incredible!!! Listened (with head phones) to your 2nd Coming in its entirety... uninterrupted... for the first time. Boy, it's truly bloody amazing. Sure it doesn't have repetitive strong melody lines or funky rhythm... but who needs them when u can easily get them in the top40's. 2nd Coming is in a class of its own. It reaches out to engulf u and makes u realise that there is another facet of music that needs exploring/experimenting. Every serious musician should have a copy." ~ Henry Cheong, Melbourne
"Been trying all my life to sound like the Beatles. Guess I give up too easily." :-)
"The most interesting music I have heard since I arrived in Malaysia!"
Director, Goethe-Institut Kuala Lumpur
"Those with a sense of adventure and a penchant for avant-garde, neo-minimalist experimentations will find his music invigorating. That a Malaysian can produce such stimulating sounds is gratifying in itself; that he has the audacity to record, produce and market it with his own money surely merits the support of all discerning music lovers."
New Straits Times
"This is the second album to come from the wayward genius of Kit Leee (now Antares), the character in the musical life of Kuala Lumpur who comes closest to being a true Renaissance crank: a sort of Leonardo da Vinci, in a minor key. This tape, all composed, played, produced and remixed by Kit himself, is testimony to the several sides of the man. There's music deeply grounded in South-East Asian traditions, such as the long track 'Annapurna, Goddess of Plenty' and 'Has Hollywood Bought The Movie Rights To The Millennium?' There's also irrepressible humour, mostly black, from the gibberish of 'Mutantis Mutandis' to the wonderfully irreverent litany of 'Terminal Hierophantiasis.'