“One moment a green olive being seductively swirled around a perfectly mixed Martini, the next a revolving mirror ball lighting up the eyes of George Gershwin” (Plectrum-TCP magazine)

“AFH sounds like Jarvis Cocker backed by a street marching band trying to play Disco in a gay Vaudeville cabaret owned by Kompakt” (HowDoYouAre blog)

“Brings to mind a distinctly English Magnetic Fields – we dare you not to lose your heart to the gorgeous liftoff of the chorus.”

John Rogers, Snipe London

Nice blog review for Revert to Disarray show

We’ve just been forwarded a nice review by a blogger who happened to visit our show during the month long Revert to Disarray gallery show by talented Greek painter Stefanos Rokos. The show was really a lovely thing to contribute to, and we wrote a song especially for one of the paintings (“Loyal to the campaign for a beautiful terrorism”, no less) which will appear on the next album.

You can read the whole thing here:

“remarkably like Spiritualized doing an electro-pop Divine Comedy.”
(The Line of Best Fit)

The Yearling gets 4**** in Q magazine!

Good news everyone!
[singlepic id=27 w=320 h=240 float=left]The AFH-produced/arranged new Piney Gir album “The Yearling” gets **** out of 5* in the Sept. 2009 issue of Q magazine. Hooray! The record hits the shops on 14th of the month too, for which “woo!”. (UK, released in USA mid October on Grey Day Records/Warner).

More great reviews from the web’n’blogosphere:
Musoguide: http://musosguide.com/…
Music Fix: http://www.themusicfix.co.uk…/
Gigwise: http://www.gigwise.com/…
Adequacy.Net: http://www.adequacy.net/…
ALayerOfChips: http://alayerofchips.blogspot.com/…
SubbaCultcha: http://www.subba-cultcha.com/…”
IndieHandbook: http://theindiehandbook.wordpress.com/…