Noise Pop Deathray
'On noise. Pop. Deathray., vocalist/guitarist Rob Lindgren belts out words in an oddly sultry manner...supported by trippy electric beats, fuzzy reverb, and cabaret-style indie-pop. It's a delightful hodgepodge that this Delaware-based duo should be proud of.' - Annamarya Scaccia, Editor of ORIGIVATION MAGAZINE 'It's the most unusual music I've heard in ages. I didn't realize how bored I'd become with my iPod until I listened to [Revolution, I Love You]'s myspace.' - Joan Davis, WILMINGTON INDIE MUSIC EXAMINER 'The laptop is in some ways Revolution, I Love You's defining element, providing the fat-bottomed beats and buzzing bass that turns Reynolds and Lindgren's eerie Brit-pop into something fiercely fun. Stripped of the ornamentation, the songs might come across as gloomy, if not downright creepy, with Lindgren moaning and crooning in half-time over droning keys and dark guitar lines soggy with reverb. But those chirpy, choppy beats wring out the melodrama and replace it with a winking dare to dance.' - Jeff Royer, Editor in Chief of FLY MAGAZINE 'Revolution, I Love You's overall affect might just restore your faith in rock & roll.' - Dan MacIntosh, AUDIOXPOSURE.COM.