Three Imaginary Girls "a masterful record"
C’est la Mort's delicate interplay weaves a sonic concoction full of ethereal beauty and urban angst. Their style instantly evokes the classic 4AD sound combined with a not-so-subtle adoration of The Chameleons, singer Kim House’s voice falls somewhere in the realm between Lush and Cocteau Twins. ... The production quality is stunning and the songs are perfectly mixed, with just the right levels in the final product. Drown Out starts out sounding like Pornography-era Cure, before morphing into something more reminiscent of the Pale Saints; while Paper Ships stands out as an epic track, blending all of these influences with layers of guitar that recall The Church circa Hologram of Baal. C’est la Mort is the perfect for enthusiasts of finely layered, reverb laden gothic and/or psychedelic music. They have all the hallmarks of memorable bands, in that their music consists of excellent influential elements -- while still remaining engaging and not at all contrived.