REFLECTOR – THE HERITAGE
Do I like this record? Man, you should see my head banging behind my computer. Yes, I do like this to some extent. But that extent is perhaps more to the novelty of getting this record which seems out of place in ‘my’ world, than the musical quality, for which I am not qualified to say anything about it. I simply lack sufficient knowledge to say anything about it. (Vital Weekly)
REFLECTOR – PASS
While many guitar/drum duos suffer from a lack of meat on the bones, this certainly doesn’t apply to Reflector. The long-running twosome’s newest offering is a fat piece of doom-tinged noise rock dripping with ample amounts of sludge and hard-edged melody. (plugin music)
REFLECTOR – Turn
Andreas Heller and David Reumüller must have had their backs to the wall, as it seemed barely possible to take any further steps to develop their band Reflector. When suddenly and rather unexpectedly, Martin Plass took the stage, or rather, the rehearsal room. Insiders know Plass as a talented singer, bassist of the Striggles, and as an infamous rock-veteran who stood out during the 1980s, hogging the limelight in a variety of bands. Now his lucent voice and breakneck bass light up Reflector‘s universe and the band‘s new album “Turn”, has already been recorded by producer Bernd Heinrauch.
LP (incl. DL, silkscreened cover, printed inlay), noise78, 2019