Commanding influences as varied as gypsy field recordings, Greek rembetika, Russian folksongs, Faces, and Black Sabbath, Toronto's Picastro craft starkly discordant soundscapes where murmured vocals cascade alongside a rich panorama of dissonance and string-laden dynamics.

“It's a beautiful car crash of an album, simultaneously pretty and dissonant, and utterly compelling no matter how jarring it gets.” – All Music

“What raises Picastro above the herd of atmospheric noise-makers is that these tracks aren't instrumental jams, they're songs - with all the structure and emotional closure that this implies.” –The Sunday Times U.K.