"Last Test is emotionally powerful and a musically dazzling work."
"A perfectly atmospheric piano introduction with nice, gradual entry of electronic layers. I can imagine this ('Pen Y Fan') being in a film"
Massimo Zeppetelli - Fresh On The Net blog
"You sense this is the work of an individual who's thrilling at every layer of sound he puts onto a track; in Last Test I'm suddenly aware that some other Dementio13 tracks were, though I didn't realise it at the time, actually quite restrained in comparison. This is Dementio13 getting attuned to the nature of the electronic beast that resides within its sound, releasing it and thrilling at the carnage it wreaks."
Dandelion Radio DJ Mark Whitby - Unwashed Territories Blog
"The opening groove of “A Beat Called Don” will have any Krautrock devotee who has even a passing acquaintance with Neu!, salivating with joy, whilst “Pemberton Colliery”, through a series of tones and electronic textures, takes the listener on a journey through the history of electronic music over the past fifty years."
John Toolan, 'Music To Wash Up To' Blog
"The firing-on-all-cylinders, big beat-flavours showcased during ‘A Beat Called Don’, and the slower in tempo, industrial sounding ‘Really Far Away’ together recall Alan Wilder’s Recoil project, Capricorn, and DOSE. The latter tune cleverly develops into an upbeat number during its second half; as though a very precarious and altogether sinister environment becomes instead a beacon of hope and togetherness. Think Recoil segueing into Surrender era Chemical Brothers and you will, sort of, get the picture"
'Dukla Prague Away Kit' Blog
"‘Last Test’ is, in a word, eclectic. Do not confuse this with random though. ’Last Test’ jumps from extreme to extreme, but it is a well designed journey that follows the listener to carefully selected waypoints. "
Sounds Of Solarno Blog