“The soundtrack, though, was (..) more like the terse, clattering schematic of Kraftwerk’s “Pocket Calculator” set to the insistent propulsion of Neu. (…) This is that rare electronic dance music that needs to be seen to be believed, as close as possible.”
“When he plays a techno show, Moritz Simon Geist doesn’t reach for a laptop. Instead, he calls on his army of sonic robots—a collection of small, motorized creations that click, clank, and whirr in an intricate mechanical symphony. The result isn’t just a dynamic, throbbing album full of electrifying techno. For Geist, it’s a way to push the frontiers of electronic musicmaking. –Wired
“Various rhythms build and fuse together as intricately constructed robots permeate electronic and organic sonic textures to create clicky, squelching and bassy techno. The performance is fascinating and bewildering, but the music itself provokes one to want to dance in a dimly lit nightclub.” –MixMag
“These are new machines, manufacturing a new kind of machine music. – Fast Company
“It doesn’t get geekier than this” New York Times.