Crop Circles

Crop Circles
There is this certain rawness to Crop Circles, it being the group’s debut album, and that is where it’s spunk lies. Cilee Kuizon’s lyrics and song phrasing takes interesting twists and turns throughout the album. Match it with the band’s experimental, unexpected and slightly complex riffs and you just set yourself up for one interesting listening experience.

The album starts with a cryptic track called 21525 and it is the keystone that deciphers the rest of the tracks. UCG’s intoxicating beats leave you with the memories of the good times. The album is a concentric maze that draws listeners into its depth and surprising turns, from the fast-paced Cosmic Chicken, the spacey sounds of Spurl, to the ethereal madness of Enigma. The album ends befittingly with Let Go, leaving the listener sated as Cilee croons the last words of the song “Where you go, leave a note and I’ll be ok.”