"An amazing collection of ambient sounds, slo-core songs and occasional anarchy, this is one of the best CDs I've heard in several years… [PSaC's] voice is a haunting instrument that defies adequate description. Unlike many albums, How to Ruin A Perfectly Good Thing stands up to repeated listenings. Its mysteries only unfold over time. It can be taken as an avant-garde project, an experimental rock album or at face value: 50 minutes of interesting noise. Highly recommended." - steve hammer / nuvo newsweekly. Disparate ideas collide becoming entangled and indistinct. Panic Strikes a Chord is a violently honest canvas filled with compelling instrumentation, hauntingly addictive vocals, and lyrics of wise insecurity.
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