Queen City Sounds and Art review

Queen City Sounds and Art review

Zero Magazine review (Swedish)

Zero Magazine review (Swedish)

Peek-a-Boo review

Peek-a-Boo review

Queen City Sounds and Art review

Queen City Sounds and Art review

Brutal Resonance review

Brutal Resonance review

Dark Life Experience review (German)

Dark Life Experience review (German)

DJ Mishka review (Russian)

DJ Mishka review (Russian)

Reignland review

Reignland review

"The song doesn’t get stuck in a dynamic rut and evolves in interesting directions like you’re being lead through a night time urban landscape in the pre-dawn dark to one of the only remaining underground clubs where the music isn’t dictated or shaped by an algorithm and where you can be around like-minded connoisseurs of authentic underground culture."

— Queen City Sounds and Art

"Frederick Frantz, the head behind the project creates a unique feeling in his music, even better he takes you on a musical journey into the 80s. The sound has a lot to offer with its own charm. Clear, flowing retro-synth that mixes with minimal arrangements and harmonizes perfectly with the vocals. In "Cold Comfort" he is also supported by Aika Zabala, who takes over the feminine part in the piece. The song is bleak in its own way, and the bleakness of a failed relationship the song describes is felt on every corner." 

— Dark Life Experience

"The EP The Future Never Came contains four songs. Opener City Of The Dead sets the tone with dark beats and basses, all enriched with colourful and catchy synths. The strength of this song is definitely the appealing chorus. The tones are stuck in your eardrums and sizzle for hours in your brain afterwards."

 — Peek-a-Boo magazine