"Lush atmospheres surrounded by high-range vocals. It has a warm and optimistic mood overall, but its certainly a very pensive record. One of its best achievements is the juxtaposition of dreamy, lethargic elements reminiscent of ambient with hints of danceable beats of new-wave."
"Drone? Shoegaze? Noise? Dubstep?(The current label is 'Witch House'). Profound, abrasive, brooding, self-assured hip-hopy, majestic, tragic, and elevating all at once! Unfortunately, some of the songs are tainted with extremely low pitched hip-hop vocals. If the vocals were distorted and electronically manipulated more so that the lyrics were indiscernible this album would be a masterwork."
"Intentionally inane lyrics sung by a fanciful sounding female. Take this and back it up with some simple abrasive beats full of breaks and hooks, and extremely processed mid-range frequency guitar, and you have Treats. There's not much variety here and the novelty diminishes pretty quickly. But that's not to say that it doesn't offer a sound and mood which are truly original."
"The album title and artwork are perfect linguistic and pictorial representations of the records sound. Rich minor key melodies with grimy bass hums. It's definitely dark but somehow it's not gloomy or depressed at all. This is music for late-night, outdoor, gambling casinos somewhere in space. Chill out and let the calming distance of the astral realm make you nod your head uncontrollably."
"Lo-fi beach rock with a female vocalist. Short songs with no lack of hooks. The lyrical themes don't go much beyond adolescent yearnings for boyfriends, but you want your sandy, sun-soaked rock to be simple and fun. That's what this record tries to be, and it succeeds at its goal."
"Wow! The major influence here is dubstep, but it also has something of a soul, and funk feel - a nocturnal, urban, paranoia of sorts. The vocals are low in the mix and have a soul orientation. They're also very breathy. There's nothing else like this record around."