“This latest release to come out of Russia just further confirms what I've been saying now for the past couple of years. One has got to be impressed by the amount of innovative, fresh sounding and richly rewarding music that has been filtering out of that country, especially on the RAIG label. These guys have established a stellar track record for issuing high quality, cutting edge music and you can definitely place Alisa Coral and her Psi Corps into this upper echelon of artistic genius. All Roads Lead To Amber should be considered as nothing less than essential nourishment for the soul and pure cinematic bliss for the brain.”
"All Roads Lead To Amber is even more like a modern instrumental rock symphony based on themes of medieval-goes-fantasy images, in which there are dark and brooding settinger, evil is lurking in the dark and the protagonists fight it out with their swords. Musically we are confronted with psychedelic space rock that likes to put a lot of effect pedals onto the guitars and then round off the brooding hashmash with a bunch of synthesizers and, most remarkably, also a theremin."
“Psi Corps have recorded a very good and well produced album that dotted all the I’s and crossed all the T’s. The subject matter chosen has been well represented by their musical prowess, and I will definitely be searching out other recordings by these guys...”
“Interview with Alisa Coral by Dj Astro”
“Watching a movie with your ears”
“On their debut effort Tekeli-li for RAIG, the two musicians have chosen to offer their interpretation based on perhaps one of novelist Edgar Allen Poe's most undistinguished works entitled The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket.”